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Tuesday, 27 November 2007 11:32

Deus Ex is coming back

Written by Slobodan Simic

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At Eidos Montreal studio

 

Eidos has announced the third sequel in the famous Deus Ex series, sci-fi RPG/Action shooter. This new sequel is being developed by Eidos' new Montreal studio.

In addition to the announcement Eidos Montreal has released a teaser trailer for Deus Ex 3, which doesn't show a lot but hints that the story of the game could evolve around bio-modifications (famous augmentations) and their place in the society. According to Gamasutra's interview with Stephane D'Astous, the team has received approval for the title and will have up to two years of time for development, so the game is likely going to be scheduled for 2009 holiday season.

The new sequel is shaping up and we can just hope that it will be a worthy successor to the great Deus Ex series. You can download the teaser trailer here.

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