Deus Ex: Human Revolution Hits PS3 This August, PAX Plans
Eidos Montreal Community Manager Kyle Stallock has announced that Deus Ex: Human Revolution hits PS3 this August alongside details on their PAX plans.
To quote: Deus Ex: Human Revolution releases August 23rd in the U.S. No one is more excited to have this information out in the wild than all of us at Eidos Montreal.
Okay, so maybe that's an exaggeration. Judging by all the emails, various article comments, forum posts, Twitter responses, and Facebook comments, this is something you've wanted for a long, long time. But imagine spending four years on an absolute labor of love, and finally being able to tell people WHEN they can experience the fruit of your labors!
We're always watching the aforementioned avenues of communication, and ya know what? We like to join the conversation ourselves. So until August 23rd rolls around, we welcome you to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and partake in all the lovely discussions on our very active message board.
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Oh, and if you're heading to PAX East in Boston this weekend, be sure to stop by the main theater at 2:30 PM for a very special gameplay segment and a live Q&A with members of the development team. I'll also be wandering the showfloor with a few goodies, so if you want to be eligible, follow me on Twitter in addition to our official account. I hope to see you there!
I'm really looking forward to this game. I loved the first two, played Deus Ex: The Conspiracy on my PS2 and it was one of the most memorable and fun games I have ever played (right up there with Goldeneye 007 and Perfect Dark). I don't know how many hours I put into that game, but it was a LOT. I also really enjoyed Invisible War on the Xbox as well. At the time, the graphics were amazing.
So hopefully with Human Revolution they will bring back what made TC/IW so fun and enticing. And I sure hope it's not a flop. My main worry is that it is a different developer, but perhaps they have a lot of the original Ion Storm devs working for them (Since Ion no longer exists). Which would be great news indeed.