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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has received a "101 trailer" in which cyborg security expert Adam Jensen gruffly explains the ins and outs of Eidos Montreal's upcoming sci-fi stealth adventure.
Set in 2029, we follow Jensen as he fights terrorism in a world where augmented people are persecuted. Naturally he'll uncover a conspiracy because that's just what happens when you have cool cyborg arms in an Eidos game.
The new trailer provides an overview of what's been added since 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution. You can now customise your weapons, shoot "explosive nanoblades", and erect an exoskeleton-like shield.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a multifaceted mental disorder that doesn't seem to get discussed very often; oftentimes it seems like one of those things that only happens to other people.
I wonder: do you end up saving money in sales or spending more because things are on sale? Regardless, Steam is having a sale, a stealth-game sale, which lasts until Friday, 16th October, 6pm BST.
UPDATE 07/04/2015 9.11pm: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has officially been unveiled as Game Informer's May cover.
Eidos-Montréal has announced its upcoming proprietary engine to be used in the next Deus Ex game.
Hitman publisher Square Enix is today selling a bundle of its games through Humble Bundle, with a pay-what-you-want offer available for a number of classic titles.
Square Enix has filed a trademark for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - but what is it?
The Deus Ex: Human Revolution short film has been released - and its special effects look good enough for Hollywood.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution's leading voice actor Elias Toufexis claims to have lost his starring role in Far Cry 3 due to the popularity of his Deus Ex protagonist Adam Jensen.
Recently released Windows update 8.1 appears to be causing mouse lag and cursor-jumping in some PC games.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution publisher Square Enix has announced a cheap upgrade plan for PC owners seeking the game's upcoming Director's Cut, due on 25th October in Europe.
Eidos Montreal has confirmed that it will bring the Deus Ex series to next generation consoles, with the formal announcement of Deus Ex: Universe. This isn't a single game but rather "an ongoing, expanding and connected game world built across a generation of core games".
The news came in a blog post by David Anfossi, head of the Eidos Montreal studio. "It's a commitment on our part to deliver meaningful content that expands the franchise on a regular basis and to deliver a deep conspiracy that will span several connected Deus Ex games, creating a more immersive and richer experience than ever before," Anfossi said. "Deus Ex: Universe will include PC and console games, but also additional Deus Ex games and experiences available in other media such as tablets, smartphones, books, graphic novels, etc..."
The post reveals that production is already underway on the next gen Deus Ex game that will kick it all off. A single piece of concept art accompanied the post, showing how trans-human segregation has impacted the world. "It represents a 'ghetto-city' voluntarily built in order to separate the classes," says Anfossi. "The people in this segregated class have reshaped their environment, nostalgic for their ideal of Cyber Renaissance. This dark and dystopian vision sets the tone for things to come in Deus Ex."
The Wii U will see the release of a Director's Cut of Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which released on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in August 2011.
UPDATE #2: A brief teaser trailer for Deus Ex: The Fall has appeared on the series' official YouTube channel, and confirmed the game's name and logo.
A newly "modified" version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution has been rated by the Australian Ratings Board.
Square-Enix has filed a trademark for something called Deus Ex: Human Defiance (thanks, AllGamesBeta).
The people behind the Deus Ex movie are using District 9, Looper and Inception as inspiration for making a true cyberpunk film.
Scott Derrickson - the director of Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and the remake of The Day the Earth Stood Still - will be directing a feature film based on Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The discounted, downloadable PS3 Essentials range arrives on PlayStation Network today.
Jaffa Cake-coloured stealth shooter Deus Ex: Human Revolution is currently half-price on Square Enix's PC download store.
The Steam Summer Sale is coming to a close this Sunday, and it's saving some of its best deals for last.
There is to be a Deus Ex movie based on the recent Human Revolution reboot of the series.
Orange-flavoured stealth shooter Deus Ex: Human Revolution is now available as a free download for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Last autumn's Deus Ex: Human Revolution and this year's Final Fantasy 13-2 have helped Square Enix return to profit making.
Latest update: Deus Ex, Conflict Desert Storm 2 and Conflict Vietnam will be released on the EU PlayStation Store over the coming weeks, Square Enix has now confirmed.
The Mac version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution launches on 26th April, Feral Interactive has announced.
It's actually the Ultimate Edition, and so contains the Explosive Mission and Tactical Enhancement packs and The Missing Link DLC.
It costs £34.99 in the UK, €39.99 throughout Europe and $49.99 in the US. You'll be able to buy it from various digital platforms, including Feral Interactive and the Mac App Store.
A generous range of Square Enix games and goodies are now available at a discount from the Xbox Live Marketplace.
SPOILER ALERT!: This piece contains story spoilers - from the very first sentence onwards.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution sold 2.18 million copies between launch and 30th September, publisher Square Enix has revealed in its bi-annual financial report.
800,000 of those were bought in North America and 1.38 million in Europe.
The publisher also announced that Obsidian-developed RPG Dungeon Siege 3 has now sold 820,000 units, of which 20,000 were bought in Japan, 320,000 in North America and 480,000 in Europe.
Eidos Montreal has claimed responsibility for the divisive Deus Ex: Human Revolution boss battles.
Square Enix has issued a fix for an issue that left some copies of the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution unplayable.
Some copies of the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution are being shipped without correct Steam authentication codes - rendering the stealth action title unplayable.
A video game file sharer uploaded a cracked preview build of Deus Ex: Human Revolution to torrent sites as part of an experiment designed to help fight PC game piracy.
UPDATE: Eidos has confirmed European launch details. PC and Xbox 360 users can get it on the 18th, while PlayStation 3 owners have to wait until the 19th. It'll set you back 1200 Microsoft Point/£8.99.
A narrated walkthrough.
I love bosses. I always have. I love their blend of spectacle and challenge, and I love their screen-shaking scale or - if it's Treasure - their luminously stupid names. Fatman, Bowser, Pinky Roader - who wouldn't want to hang out with people like that?
Can OnLive run Deus Ex at 720p60?
Interview by Wesley Yin-Poole. Introduction by Martin Robinson.
Two new downloadable content packs for the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution have been released on Steam.
Squenix has the answer.
Missing Link add-on detailed.
The Deus Ex: Human Revolution downloadable content includes a new boss fight - made entirely in-house by Eidos Montreal.
The boss battles in superb science fiction action role-playing game Deus Ex: Human Revolution were not developed by Eidos Montreal.
A new Deus Ex: Human Revolution patch is now live on Steam.
The update combats a host of performance-related issues found in the game as well. It also bestows some minor feature additions.
Despite the long list of corrections, another update is planned. A future patch will add Nvidia 3DVision and Nvidia Surround support.
Action role-playing game Deus Ex: Human Revolution has shipped over two million copies since launch, Square Enix has announced.
August 3DS sales in the US rocketed to 235,000 following the mid-month price cut, number cruncher NPD Data has revealed.
But the resurgent handheld couldn't shake Xbox 360, with a winning 308,000 sales, from the top.
Microsoft's machine has now occupied the throne for 14 of 15 months.
Square Enix has pulled this week's planned launch of Deus Ex: Human Revolution in Japan.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution has defended its UK chart top spot from dream-world racer Driver: San Francisco.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution gets a DLC add-on called The Missing Link later this year.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution style enhancements may be possible in real life, according to cyborg documentary film-maker Rob Spence.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution has stormed the UK all-formats chart, finally shoving Zumba Fitness off of the top spot.
If you could upgrade your senses by having a chip inserted into your brain, or make yourself stronger by having your arms upgraded or your back covered in armour, would you do it? What if it meant you were dependent on a lifetime of expensive drugs to stop your body rejecting the changes? And what if it meant you had to fly around the world hiding behind boxes and hacking into people's email?
And we're off to the races. From now until Christmas, barely a week should elapse without at least a couple of huge games going head to head in the battle for what's left of our pocket money and paycheques. (I don't really still get pocket money, incidentally, although given that my mum and stepdad only got hitched when I was 21 maybe I should be hitting that guy up for back taxes?)
Real-world transhumanism explored.
PC copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution have a day one patch waiting for them on Steam.
The fix promises to dramatically reduce game loading times, for some by more than 50 per cent.
"The speed increase depends on machine spec and settings, but loading time improvements of over 50 per cent have been measured on some machines," the patch notes read.
Outdoor areas cause big FPS dips on both versions.
A look at the various post-process AA modes supported.
PAL copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution on PC will not include a free OnLive version of the game, Square Enix has confirmed to Eurogamer.
Talking you through different ways to play.
Five years ago it was cover systems. Thanks to Gears of War, it got to the point where you couldn't go to the bathroom without being invited to crouch behind something by a whopping red icon. Then for a while it was experience systems in multiplayer. They had been done before, of course, but we can blame Call of Duty 4 for catapulting them to front of mind. Nowadays even 2D platform games on your mobile phone have XP systems.
An official Deus Ex: Human Revolution clothing line goes on sale tomorrow, Square Enix has announced.
Online fashion retailer Musterbrand is offering a number of items inspired by the title, designed in partnership with developer Eidos-Montreal, via the game's official site.
Among the threads on offer are a replica Adam Jensen trench coat, various T-shirts, sweaters and jeans.
Sheldon J. Pacotti penned Deus Ex, a title that's often hailed as one of gaming's brightest moments. Set in a downtrodden future noir world, Ion Storm's 2000 game placed its protagonist's destiny in the player's hands to a level that was, at the time, unprecedented.
Credit to plucky Xenoblade Chronicles for managing to foist its niche fantasy fun into the charts, marking the end of a largely stagnant summer.
The original Deus Ex was a lot of things to a lot of people. In fact, that was pretty much the whole point: it was a game where you could save the world by shooting all the bad guys, but it was also a game where you could save the world by hiding in vents. The levels all had lots of different paths through them, and the gameplay systems were designed so that you could combine and experiment with them to make progress. Whether or not you played it, Deus Ex was responsible for a lot of the good things that you have spent money on in the last decade.
Sometimes, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is just the best Deus Ex tribute act ever. You can still save the world by crouching behind desks and hacking into people's email if you want, but it doesn't judge you if you want to do something else for a bit. In fact, it rewards you. It gives you an XP bonus for not being seen, but it also gives you an XP bonus for brutally incapacitating two guards on patrol with the same takedown.
There is no wrong kind of progress, there's just success. It would be nice if more of the games that wished they were Deus Ex treated us like that.
Square Enix has decided not to region lock the European PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Social and hacking gameplay explained.
Stealthy gameplay sneaks in.
For stealth or all out assault.
Sony has unveiled its World Game Project, a new promotion designed to highlight western-made games in Japan.
Square Enix is suing 15 Italians it believes are responsible for the Deus Ex: Human Revolution leak that occurred earlier this year.
Building a convincing future.
UPDATE: Bad news. Square Enix has just confirmed to us that "the QR code application and hunt is a USA and Canada activity only."
American ratings board ESRB has given Deus Ex: Human Revolution a Mature certificate.
Square Enix has confirmed reports that its official Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Eidos Montreal websites have been hacked.
A Square Enix spokesperson told Eurogamer this afternoon that 350 resumes from people interested in jobs at Eidos Montreal "may have been accessed", and up to 25,000 email addresses were obtained.
"Square Enix can confirm a group of hackers gained access to parts of our Eidosmontreal.com website as well as two of our product sites," Square Enix said.
The group implicated in this week's Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Eidos websites compromise has told Eurogamer that there is no risk of the game being leaked onto the internet.
Square Enix is blaming a bad year on a "weak" console performance; the "continued delay in billing" for embattled MMO Final Fantasy XIV Online; the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan; and the write-off of goodwill - i.e. companies bought by the publisher now not being worth as much.
Hackers have broken into Square Enix's official Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Eidos websites and stolen the personal data of "at least" 80,000 registered users, a new report claims.
The revolution will be televised.
I murdered a tramp in a bleak cyberpunk future and I am unrepentant. I shot him in the face twice – once to watch him die, twice for a more pleasing ragdoll.
How does Adam Jensen look on PC?
Have you got the back-to-work blues? This might cheer you up: cheap games, and lots of them! The selection includes a revisited classic from yesteryear, a couple of flawed gems that might have passed you by and one of the hottest pre-order deals I've seen in a long time. If none of that tickles your fancy, there's more over at SavyGamer.co.uk.
The system requirements for the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution have made it into the wild.
The main Deus Ex: Human Revolution quest lasts a lengthy 25 hours, Eidos Montreal has revealed.
Adam Jensen back in action.
I don't know about you, but there's something alluring about forcing patrolling soldiers into a state of sleep and then dragging them into a big sexy pile of slumbering leather and muscle.
Posable Adam Jenson figurine in action.
Square Enix has revealed the innards of the Deus Ex: Human Revolution Collector's Edition.
Going out on a limb.
Eidos shows how choices alter gameplay.
Square Enix has confirmed the UK release date of Deus Ex: Human Revolution as 26th August, as whistle-blowing shops predicted it would yesterday.
You can pre-order either a Standard Edition of the game to receive a free Explosive Mission Pack. This features a new mission and cameo from an old Deus Ex character, plus Automatic Uncloaking Device, M-28 Utility Remote-Detonated Exposive Device (UR-DED, cringe) and the Linebacker G-87 grenade launcher.
Or you can pre-order a "highly collectable and strictly limited" Augmented Edition of Deus Ex: Human Revolution (RRP £59.99). What's so special about that? In-game credits, 10,000 of them, plus a Huntsman Silverback Double-Barrel Shotgun, SERSR Longsword Whisperhead silenced sniper rifle, the Explosive Mission Pack and the other weapons Standard pre-orders get.
UPDATE: GAME has told Eurogamer it now has a confirmed UK release date for Deus Ex: Human Revolution: 26th August, as expected. It has updated its website. Eurogamer understands this is the date Square Enix will announce later this week.
ORIGINAL STORY: A shop has jumped the gun and announced the release date for Square Enix's hotly anticipated science fiction role-playing game Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
It's due out in Australia on 25th August this year, according to EB Games.
Now, where did we leave things? Last time on Deus Ex Street, poor Adam had been beaten senseless then strapped to an operating table to have most of his internal organs and limbs replaced, nice Dr Megan had gone missing and those naughty geezers from the other side of town had been causing all kinds of problems for friendly neighbourhood science genius David Sarif.
Mech it or break it.
When it comes to storytelling, videogames are considered the poor cousin to film. Indeed some believe videogames will never surpass film when it comes to telling a good tale. But for one videogame writer, this status quo will come to an end sooner rather than later.
When it comes to role-playing games, few things are as important as story, choice and dialogue. But when it comes to Deus Ex: Human Revolution, a game Eidos Montreal hopes will enhance the series' legacy, story, choice and dialogue are the most important things. This is where lead writer Mary De Marle comes in.
Hotly anticipated science-fiction role-playing game Deus Ex: Human Revolution is delayed, Square Enix has announced.
Eidos fuels our excitement.
Bonus game mission! Weapons! Other swag!
Square Enix has announced what European gamers will get if they pre-order science fiction RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
It's getting closer. We still don't know exactly when Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be available for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, but we do know it will be early 2011, and we do know we're excited about it in around 50 different ways.
Which is apt, of course, because Human Revolution is, as much as its predecessors, a game about choice and consequence – and mixing things up as you go about making choices and living with the consequences.
Today developer Eidos Montreal unveils an exciting chunk of gameplay footage, demonstrating some of the augmentations that you will be able to put to use as you get onto the tail of its future-noir conspiracy.
New trailer landing tomorrow, 4pm GMT.
Eidos Montreal demos the game.
Despite working on upcoming action role-playing game Deus Ex: Human Revolution for an eye-watering four years, developer Eidos Montreal loves the franchise and would like a crack at creating Deus Ex 4.
Today, Eidos Montreal art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete takes to the stage in Eurogamer's huge auditorium to talk about Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the action role-playing game due out early next year. This is hugely exciting for us, and for (most) of the series' many fans.
Ubisoft started work on a Prince of Persia game for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox set in the modern day but later decided to scrap it, according to a former employee of the French publisher.
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.
Who died and made non-linearity king? It used to be that you went left to right and that was it. Later we walked forward instead. Individuals we came across were shot in the face. These days you can't go more than five steps without having to decide where the next five steps will take you. Surely if BioShock taught us anything it's that we're happiest when we're doing what we're told?
Eidos Montreal, the developer behind the upcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution, has reassured fans that the studio is not taking the critically-acclaimed series in an action FPS direction.
The time for CGI is over. With the next instalment in the Deus Ex series nearer to its "early 2011" release, the time for gameplay has arrived. And Eurogamer has it: Deus Ex: Human Revolution's first gameplay trailer, below, for your viewing pleasure.
A Deus Ex novel will be released next year to build excitement for Eidos Montreal's new game.
The book is called Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect and is written by British author James Swallow. The story follows "unlikely heroes" Anna Kelso and Ben Saxon, who will come "uncomfortably close to the truth" and write history with their choices.
Apparently these events and characters will overlap with the story of the new Deus Ex game.
Eurogamer was given unparalleled access to Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It was one of the most open and interesting days of our young lives. For a Deus Ex fan the sheer amount of information to garner was exhausting, but we did our utmost.
It may not be out until early 2011, but Deus Ex: Human Revolution already has a fight on its hands in convincing fans of the series that it's worthy of the name. Developed by a different team - a new studio, in fact, at Eidos Montreal - it's still intimately associated with the story behind the original Deus Ex, and takes place 25 years beforehand.
The first time we landed in a futuro-Asian city was during the original Deus Ex, while we were in pursuit of a hacker called Tracer Tong. It wasn't all work though. During the search we took some time out and went to a Triad-run club called Lucky Money. Here we bought an Australian NPC countless drinks in an attempt to seduce her, then gave up and hammered the space bar so we could jump up and down on the dance floor in front of a big mirror.
The Human Revolution is coming.
Adam Jensen faces up to conspiracy.
Square Enix has released a brand new cinematic trailer introducing us to the world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Full, amazing video going live later this week.
The future will have whiskey and cigarettes.
Update: Deus Ex's original creator Warren Spector has just confirmed Deus Ex: Human Revolution as the official title of Deus Ex 3 and shown a new trailer at the Game Developer Choice Awards. Our colleagues at GamesIndustry.biz just got back from the event and and told us.
Original story: Developer Eidos Montreal confirmed once and for all that Deus Ex 3 has had its title changed to Deus Ex: Human Revolution at a GDC session today.
Art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete kicked off his presentation about the game's "cyber-renaissance" look with a slide displaying the new logo bearing the full title.
Square Enix has dropped another hint about Deus Ex by way of a new teaser image, while the official newsletter page for the new Lara Croft game appears to have confirmed the "Human Revolution" subtitle.
Deus Ex 3 will be the subject of an entire Games Developer Conference 2010 lecture this March.
Square Enix (owner of Eidos) has applied for a Deus Ex: Human Revolution trademark here in Europe.
A spokesperson for Eidos Montreal has dismissed talk that the third Deus Ex game will be exclusive to PC.
The rumours began after a story on Bit-Tech stated, "[Deus Ex 3] won't be getting a console release due to the complexity of the game."
However Eidos man Rene, writing on the company's forum, stated, "Only the PC version has been announced so far... I dunno where that website is getting its info from!"
Square Enix will muck in and help on Deus Ex 3's cinematics, according to Eidos Montreal's Stephane D'Astous.
Eidos Montreal wants Deus Ex 3 to be as immediately atmospheric and unique as System Shock and BioShock.
Eidos has confirmed that Deus Ex 3 is a prequel and features biological augmentations, a cover-based stealth system and customisable and upgradeable weaponry.
Speaking to PC Zone in a long-awaited preview, Eidos Montreal explained that the game is set in 2027, and that players take on the role of a private security officer called Adam Jensen at a lab specialising in biomods. Jensen's life gets interesting when black ops break into his work.
Clarifying the preview's contents, Eidos Montreal's community manager told Voodoo Extreme that the game is a "hybrid/action RPG just like the first game", and that, "There is a skill system where you upgrade your character (Adam) based off experience points you earn and you can do the same thing with weapons."
SCi, parent company of Tomb Raider publisher Eidos, has said that is plans to cut jobs as part of a radical restructuring plan, GamesIndustry.biz reports.
Eidos Montreal general manager Stephane D'Astous has given an interview in which he has more or less confirmed formats for Deus Ex 3.
Eidos Montreal boss Stephane D'Astous has said Deus Ex 3 will be built on the Tomb Raider: Legend engine.
Eidos has announced the development of Deus Ex 3, the next instalment in the award-winning franchise, GamesIndustry.biz reports.
The game will be developed by Eidos' new studio in Montreal.
"This is a very exciting day for Eidos," said Rob Murphy, managing director of studios at Eidos.