Grab a free copy of Homefront courtesy of Humble Bundle
Freedom doesn't have to come at a price if you take advantage of this deal.
The fine folks over at Humble Bundle have been really getting into the Christmas spirit of late, giving away free games left, right and centre. Last week it was the alien conspiracies of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, and now it's a different kind of invasion that sadly seems far more plausible than little grey men and spinning saucers.
For the next 48 hours, you can grab yourself a copy of the first-person shooter Homefront, a game that posits a world where the fictional Greater Korean Republic has enslaved the United States of America and imprisoned its people in detention centres and... worse.
Thankfully, you don't have to sit idly by while the US decays around you. As a member of an underground resistance movement, you turn to guerrilla tactics and ramshackle technology to destroy the enemy from within.
Head on over to Humble Bundle to snag yourself your free game. While you're there, you might also want to check out Humble's current Curve Digital sale for a bunch of cheap indie games, as well as the Humble Codemasters Racing Bundle for a ripper deal on Dirt Rally and other acclaimed racing titles.
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