I must say this game looks actually pretty good. Unfortunately probably none of you have ever heard of it though, so I'll have nobody to play it with when it comes out. Good thing I'm mentioning it now! Here's the basic gist of things:
-It's a FPS. Not really a surprise knowing me.
-The plot basically revolves around a Korean invasion in the U.S. The creators wanted to give the main storyline a more gripping view, fighting on your homeland and using real advertisers/stores etc. Sorry if you don't live here!
-My favorite part of course lies in the multiplayer. It will be like a Battlefield and Call of Duty cross. Big scale vehicular warfare, intense infantry firefights, and over the top fun.
-Leveling system in multiplayer. It will feature a large rank progression system similar to Call of Duty games and Battlefield ones.
-Battlepoint system. You see in Homefront, experience points (how you rank up overall and unlock new weapons) are seperate from battlepoints. Battlepoints are all in the match you are playing and you get them by doing team actions or killing people etc. Then you spend them right there on whatever your class has as its loadout. For example it could just be some extra ammo or a recon drone, or if you save up enough it could be something as big as an Apache.
So overall I think Homefront may just be worth the $60. At least to tide you over until other big releases. Here are some links for it:
http://www.homefront-game.com/ -Official site
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHrdvcMoL2w -About 10 minutes of multiplayer gameplay with commentary
Homefront comes out March 15th for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.