Deus Ex 3 session at GDC in March

How a 'Cyber Renaissance' world is made.

Deus Ex 3 will be the subject of an entire Games Developer Conference 2010 lecture this March.

Eidos Montreal's art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete will blabber on about "The Successes and Failures of Creating a Near-Future Cyberpunk Setting with a Renaissance Twist in Deus Ex 3."

He'll pay particular attention to the "Cyber Renaissance" look that is "infused across fashion, characters, environments and story", wrote the GDC website.

Deus Ex 3 will be at the show, then, and possibly viewable. And we'll also be at the show. Let's hope those two elements collide. Deus Ex 3 is in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

There are other talks going on GDC, which takes place from 9th to 13th March in San Francisco.

Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka (who has just joined No More Heroes developer Grasshopper) will talk about his career in the industry, and Batman: Arkham Asylum's Rocksteady is discussing rebooting a superhero videogame IP.

Keep up to date with the other talks on the GDC website.

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