To recap, Freedom Wars isn't a recreation of Braveheart, but a futuristic online multiplayer game in the vein of Vita entries Soul Sacrifice and Toukiden: The Age of Demons. In the game's totalitarian landscape, you play as one of a world of prisoners who are born into million-year sentences. Since a million years is pretty dang long, you'll want to reduce your incarceration by completing missions for your "Panopticon" penal community.
While Freedom Wars' online side offers four-player co-op and eight-player versus matches between Panopticons, Sony says the single-player is a big component too. For some hands-on thoughts check out our E3 preview, otherwise look out for Freedom Wars on both North American and European retail shelves later this year.