Deus Ex sequel this year? Uh...

Not for us, no sir.

The recent launch of a new Deus Ex: Invisible War site brought with it much confused murmuring because of the displayed shelf date of December 3rd, apparently brought forward from the previously announced February 2004. However, when we quizzed Eidos on the mysteriously shifting date they cleared the matter up by stating that the December date applied to the US only, with European releases still lodged firmly in 2004, presumably for localisation reasons. We imagine this is going to bring Eidos under a spot of fire, particularly as staggered releases like this have in the past invited mass piracy on the part of users who begrudge having to wait months for an essentially identical version of the US game.

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