Deus Ex: The Fall Now Out for Windows PCs

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

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Square Enix has announced that Deus Ex: The Fall, originally developed for mobile devices, is now available for Windows PCs via Steam for $9.99 (USD). They have also announced a limited-time offer: anyone who purchases the game will also get the original Deus Ex free.

Check out the description for Deus Ex: The Fall below.

DEUS EX: THE FALL is set in 2027 – a golden era for science, technology and human augmentation, but also a time of great social divide and global conspiracy. Powerful corporations have seized control from governments and command the drug supply needed by augmented humans to survive. In this chaos Ben Saxon, a former British SAS Mercenary who underwent physical augmentation, is desperate for the truth behind the drug conspiracy. Betrayed by his private military employers, the Tyrants, not only is his own life at risk but for all augmented humans, time is running out…

DEUS EX: THE FALL was developed in collaboration with the original DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION® team at Eidos-Montréal and N-Fusion. It also features new music composed by Michael McCann.

And check out the screenshots Square Enix released with the announcement.

Hotel Etana | Deus Ex: The Fall (Windows) Airplane Interior | Deus Ex: The Fall (Windows) Fighting Panamanian Gangsters | Deus Ex: The Fall (Windows) Approaching Namir | Deus Ex: The Fall (Windows) Safe House | Deus Ex: The Fall (Windows)

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