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Wednesday, 11 July 2012 08:05

CBS picks up film rights to Deus Ex

Written by David Stellmack



Movie now at least a possibility in the future


CBS has cut a deal with Square Enix for the rights to create and produce a movie based on Deus Ex: Human Revolution. While things are not sorted all of the way out yet, word is that Eidos Montreal will have a stake in the film and be assisting with adapting the game to film.

While nothing is set in stone yet, word is that everyone is looking forward to working on the project. No timeline was announced as to when we might actually see it on the big screen; but it is safe to say that we are talking 2015 at the soonest, from what sources are telling us.



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