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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Gets Pre-Order Bonuses
And/or you can get an Augmented special edition, to boot.
11.30.10 - 9:41 PM

Square Enix today revealed some pre-order bonuses for its multiplatform title, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and also an Augmented Edition of the game. This special edition will cost $10 more than the $59.99 US regular edition, making it $69.99, and comes with a 40-page artbook, a motion graphic novel, and a bonus disc which includes a 'making-of' feature, some of the game's many trailers, an animated storyboard and the soundtrack.

Pre-order bonuses will differ depending on which retailer you choose to pre-order with, no natter which edition of the game you choose. From GameStop, you'll get an Explosive Mission Pack, which includes an extra mission (with an appearance by a character from the first Deus Ex), a Linebacker G-87 grenade launcher, an M-28 (remotely detonated) bomb, and an automatic unlocking device. You can watch a short clip of these bonuses here:

If you go with a retailer other than GameStop, you'll start off with the Huntsman Swivelback (double-barrel) shotgun, and you'll also get a Longsword Whisperhead Rifle as well as 10,000 extra credits. Here's a clip of this pre-order pack:

Deus Ex: Human Revolution for Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3 is still listed as an early 2011 release.


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