Featuring a story overseen by John Milius, Homefront features a similar premise to the screenwriter's Red Dawn. Instead of U.S. occupation by Russia, however, America is taken over by a well-organized, well-funded North Korea in the year 2027. The single-player campaign has you controlling a member of the resistance movement and engaging in guerilla warfare across shopping malls, schools, and similar settings from a first-person perspective. Commandeer vehicles and futuristic drones to complete objectives, interacting with an assortment of colorful characters along the way, many of whom will fight alongside you. On-foot and vehicular combat are also supported in online multiplayer battles, which are designed to offer fast-paced action in the spirit of the Call of Duty series. Developer Kaos Studios' previous game was 2008's Frontlines: Fuel of War.