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Tuesday, 18 November 2008 12:10

Deux Ex 3 Concept Art emerges

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Blade Runnerish?

 

Today Eidos released some screens and concept art for Deux Ex 3, their upcoming game developed in Eidos’ Montreal studios.

You’ll be playing in the role of Adam Jensen, a security guard at a biotech company that is the sole survivor of an attack by mysterious men in black. The game is set in 2027 and your job will be to figure out what happened.

The artwork is nice, but we can’t shake off the feeling that they literally ripped off Blade Runner, a movie some of you might remember for its spooky always-dark but somehow renaissanceish atmosphere. Others can just look up Harrison Ford's early movies, and hit the videostore as soon as possible.

You can view the concept art here, but don't get too overexcited, as the game won't launch until 2010.

Last modified on Wednesday, 19 November 2008 03:19
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