Wednesday, 2 October 2013

DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION sequel confirmed

Eidos Montreal have confirmed that they are working on a new Deus Ex video game, which will be the fourth in the series. They envisage several new games on several platforms falling under the umbrella title of Deus Ex Universe. First up a title for PC, PS4 and X-Box One which they will reveal more about in the near future. They also posted some concept art and said that 'trans-humanism segregation' will be a key theme of the game.

In addition, Eidos will later this month launch a Director's Cut of their well-received 2011 game Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The game has been optimised to work with the Wii U's gamepad and its built-in screen, but will also be available on PC, X-Box 360 and PS3. The Director's Cut will fix the much-derided boss fights by allowing them to be completed in a variety of different ways (including stealth and hacking) instead of straight-up combat, with a number of other changes to enhance the gaming experience.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut will be released on 22 October. No release date has been set for the new Deus Ex game.


Anonymous said...

Human revolution was one of the best games i'v ever played. I look forward to the next one.

Anonymous said...

sThe word "universe" leaves me wondering wether this will be a MMO. If so i fear that the decisions we will make will have no impact. Even so DE:HR is a game that I can replay many times and I will be looking forward to a sequel. Nice to see that they have completely ignored the rubbish iPad game.

Adam Whitehead said...

Apparently it's a rebranding of the DEUS EX 'franchise'. All games will have a 'DEUS EX UNIVERSE' logo but their own subtitle. I think it's so they can link the next big 'proper' game with mobile games etc.