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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Finally Gets A Date
Looks like I have the last two weeks of my summer all planned out.
03.08.11 - 3:01 PM

Originally planned for early 2011, late last year Square Enix pushed back the release date of its multiplatform title Deus Ex: Human Revolution to the 'next fiscal year,' which, for the company, starts on April 1st. They cited the reason for the delay as developer Eidos Montreal polishing the game up with a few finishing touches.

The game centers around protagonist Adam Jensen, an employee of Sarif Industries as he questions the concept of augmentation and transhumanism... then wakes up one day to find himself augmented. To find out more about the game, read Stephen's preview and check out our gallery, all linked below.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be released on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC in North America on August 23rd. It will release in the UK three days later on August 26th. Also available in both regions will be an Augmented Edition, which includes an artbook, making-of DVD, soundtrack and 'motion graphic novel.'


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