PC Gamer - Though the multiplayer maps vary in size, I found that the smaller maps provided Homefront’s fiercest firefights, especially once drones come into play. My favorite map is set in a suburban cul-de-sac, where I found refuge from the rain of rocket drone fire and assault choppers by sprinting into garages and ducking behind cars. Those nooks are also great places to deploy my own drones while remaining hidden.
I found myself really enjoying Homefront’s multiplayer for its polished mechanics and chaos on the battlefield. It’s too bad that same ferocity don’t manifest in the single-player campaign.