Eidos Montreal to present Deus Ex: Human Revolution at Eurogamer Expo

God out of the machine!

Eurogamer is thrilled to reveal that Eidos Montreal will be flying in to the Eurogamer Expo next week to demonstrate Deus Ex: Human Revolution in another one of our wicked developer sessions.

Art director Jonathan Jacques Belletete will be on stage at 1pm UK time on Friday 1st October to demonstrate the game - the first new Deus Ex game since 2003 - and talk about the studio's approach.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is due out next February on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 and puts you in the first-person shoes of biomechanically augmented security man Adam Jensen as he investigates a conspiracy threatening transhumanist organisations like his employer, Sarif Industries.

Check out our in-depth Deus Ex: Human Revolution preview to find out more.

The Eurogamer Expo runs from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd October at Earls Court in London and tickets cost Ł8. The show opens at 11am each day and closes at 7pm.

Other developer sessions at the Eurogamer Expo include the mighty Peter Molyneux from Lionhead Studios, who kicks things off at noon on 1st October with a talk on Fable III.

You will also be able to catch up with Hunted: The Demon's Forge developer inXile Entertainment, and id Software's Tim Willits will be presenting first-person shooter RAGE on all three days.

Check out the Eurogamer Expo website for the full list of playable games and sessions announced so far. Expect us to unveil a lot more amazing stuff in the next few days as we get ever closer to the show next Friday!

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