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Free Steam PC Game Available Now Through Humble Bundle

Fight for freedom for free.


Through Humble Bundle, you can fight for freedom on American soil in a fictional military occupation without spending a dime. As long as you have a Humble Store and Steam account, you can download the PC version of Homefront free of charge until December 9, 10AM PT.

Homefront is a first-person shooter with both a single-player campaign and multiplayer component. Its story uses elements of the real world to set the stage for the campaign where North Korea invades the United States amidst the chaos of diseases, financial collapse, and military rule in the year 2027. You take part in an organized rebellion, fueled by the sights of desperation and oppression. The game plays out like a standard FPS campaign, but memorable moments are peppered within its story.

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GameSpot awarded the game a 7/10 score, and reviewer Chris Watters praised how well the multiplayer component was crafted despite limited game modes. He concluded, "It's rare to have a shooter pay this much attention to its setting, and the results are some remarkably memorable moments that are often nicely emphasized by the soundtrack."

Homefront is typically $20 on Steam, but not for the next two days. In addition to a free game, the Humble Store is including 10% off the first month of its Humble Monthly subscription; new subscribers will automatically get Quantum Break, The Long Dark, and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III in their library.

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