Deep Silver and Dambuster have revealed that the Spring update for Homefront: The Revolution is now available. This includes a full free trial version of the game for Xbox One. The free game trial for PlayStation 4 will go live on March 14th. Additionally the update includes the third and final piece of single player DLC, Beyond The Walls and a dedicated patch for PS4 Pro owners.
The trial version of the game contains the entire first ‘Red Zone’, offering up to four hours of single player gameplay, and unlimited access to Resistance Mode, the online co-op mode in Homefront: The Revolution.
For PlayStation 4 Pro owners, a specific patch went live on March 6th, as the first part of the two stage update. This patch has the noticeable addition of HDR, along with the game world now being rendered to a 1440p buffer before up-scaling it to 4k to achieve a greater level of graphical fidelity.
The final piece of DLC content for the game, Beyond The Walls, was released today and takes players to a brand new environment - the rural heartlands of Pennsylvania. It begins with the final stronghold of the Resistance, Philadelphia, about to fall to the counter-insurgency might of the KPA. With the second American Revolution seemingly crushed, a glimmer of light appears in the darkness: A NATO agent attempts to contact the Resistance with information that could lead to the end of the nightmarish regime of the KPA. This is your final chance to free America, but will the KPA find you before you get the chance?
Beyond The Walls is free to all holders of the Homefront Expansion Pass, and available to purchase separately for $12.99. It is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC via Steam. Will you download and check out Homefront: The Revolution after this latest update?