Box art for a sequel to Homefront, THQ's 2011 shooter set in a North Korea-invaded United States, has popped up online.

Now titled Homefront: The Revolution, artwork for the game's PlayStation 4 version was revealed by Swedish site FZ (thanks, OPM).

Crytek's logo appears on the packaging, suggesting development continues at Crytek UK - as it was the last we heard of the game back in 2011.

Back then, the title was set to be published by the now-defunct THQ. Crytek then bought the Homefront rights for $544k after THQ went under.

Publisher Deep Silver is also listed, which picked up fellow THQ alumnus Saints Row.

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