The second game would take place in the UK, though it will solely rely on the first game's reception without a doubt. Its narrative is global.
The premise of Homefront is that a future US is invaded by North Korea, and is a different play on the fear that America could suffer a massive invasion like that in the cult classic Red Dawn book and movie, which involved a Soviet occupation.
Homefront releases on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC in the first quarter of 2011.
"We haven't got there yet but you're going to see Homefront: London later on in the franchise. This is not just a game in the US," said THQ executive Danny Bilson.
"What we're telling the story of is civilians fighting for their homes," he continued, reports . "We've created this massive world of 2027. And it's global." Does some guerrilla warfare on the soil of Blighty tickle your first-person shooter fancy?