Are you completely ready for the dim, long run of war in Homefront? Enjoy this tale trailer for the military match and put together to defend the United states from disaster and invasion.

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50 thoughts on “Homefront: Future History Trailer

  1. 2016 March 4th.
    -North Korea has been expanding/testing their nuclear weapons program.
    -They have sent a satellite in orbit for "peaceful purposes."
    -Zika virus has been going on (spreading).
    -UN council wants to press sanctions against
    North Korea.
    -Tensions have started to rise between Iran and saudi arabia.

    Many things that could possibly lead up to this…scary, but cool and weird in a sense

  2. 24th Feb 2016, North Korea claims it can wipe out the whole entire North American power grid and send America into the stone ages.

    The 'satellite' sent above by North Korea.

  3. March 6th 2016 South Korea and the U.S show off military muscle with 300,000 troops and 15,000 U.S troops

    February 23 Kim Jung Un response to announcement of military exercise he reveals that he has weapons that can knock out the U.S entire grid.

  4. Actually hes not wrong i stood with Jesus and he is god and had a vision ww3 and USA will bomb Norht korea Nuclear facility and Vlad Putin nukes USA for it most likely this year 2016

  5. How can a 2011 trailer be so accurate?
    Middle East war, low oil prices, economic collapse, North Korea missiles… and now they are putting EMP satellites in space.
    WTFFFF Who made this trailer?

  6. 2015
    Oil prices have their worst drop
    2016 – Today
    North Korea launches a satellite into orbit saying it is for peace purposes???

  7. 7th Feb 2016 – Today the Greater Korean Republic launched their latest communication satellite, claiming it will bring a message of peace to the entire world…

  8. The lore of this game is so distracting. It would be one thing if it were the Chinese or the Russians or if it was an alternate reality where the Soviet Union won the Cold War. I could even get my head around North Korea taking over America if it was an alternate history where after WW2 the US goes back into isolation and North Korea follows the footsteps of Imperial Japan, but taking over Asia in the modern day and America in the future is so laughably bad! North Korea couldn't conquer their neighbor South Korea in their current state! The US is more likely to fall to Venezuela or Iran then to North Korea!

    Heck you could go the rout of the US deteriorating into a full blown dictatorship, wouldn't that be interesting? But no you choose arguably one of the weakest countries in the modern world, and create the least plausible scenario for them to conquer not only most of Asia but all of the United States!

  9. It’s Time for the United States to Start Worrying About a Saudi Collapsehttp://foreignpolicy.com/2015/10/07/will-the-united-states-help-if-saudi-arabia-starts-to-fall-apart/As if there weren’t already enough problems to worry about in the Middle
    East, Saudi Arabia might be headed for trouble. From plummeting oil
    prices to foreign-policy missteps to growing tensions with Iran, a
    confluence of recent events is mounting to pose some serious challenges
    for the Saudi regime. If not properly managed, these events could
    eventually coalesce into a perfect storm that significantly increases
    the risk of instability within the kingdom,

    with untold consequences for ((global oil markets))) and security in the Middle East.

  10. The antagonists in Homefront were originally intended to be
    communist Chinese, but were later replaced by a unified Korea for two
    reasons: the risk of a possible backlash by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and the reality of economic interdependence between America and China that made the Chinese "not that scary," according to Tae Kim, a former CIA field agent and consultant on the game's backstory.[12]
    Kim said, "We went to a very rigorous, academic research process to
    make sure to not only look at North Korea's current state but to look at
    historical examples how things could parallel and turn events. History
    repeats itself. From today to the day the invasion starts in the game,
    if you combine everything, the odds are very very slim this becomes
    true. But when you look at the storyline step by step, every step is a
    coin flip but a plausible step. So once you get there, it's plausible.
    And from there the next step is plausible as well. Even though the whole
    thing is fictional, it comes with plausible baby steps."[13] While the story was billed as being written by John Milius, Gamasutra
    reported "most former employees credit Kaos writer C.J. Kershner with
    Homefront's script", claiming that Milius wrote not a single word
    however consulted with Kaos in the writing and direction of the story.

  11. It's pretty scary how accurate this timeline has been. The were only a month off from when kim jon il died. North and south korea never reunited but recently Saudi-iran relations are worsening… That being said, US domestic oil production is up so much thanks to the Obama administration that gas prices won't hit $20 anytime soon even if oil production in the middle east is disrupted. Cutting down our reliance on foreign oil was one of the Obama administration's goals and they've done a good job there regardless of your political affiliation.

  12. 에이 말도안돼!! ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 북한은 군사 힘부터 기술 약해서 저정도로 강화지안아요!! ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 그리고 북한보다 우리나라가 기술이 더 좋아서 의류기술 부터 보안까지 ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

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