Square Enix today unveiled the next chapter in the Deus Ex series, a shooter starring ex-mercenary Ben Saxon and his fight against a conspiracy which could doom all augmented humans... coming exclusively to mobile and tablet devices as hinted.
Players will do much of what they did in Human Revolution: upgrade abilities, fightfrom cover, approach hostile environments with augmented stealth and hacking or high-powered firearms and melee executions. They'll just do it through a combination of virtual thumbsticks and screen swipes.
The Fall was develoepd by Square Enix Mobile division in Europe in collaboration with the Human Revolution team at Eidos Montreal, and it picks up where novel "Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect" left off.
The first of several planned mobile episodes, Deus Ex: The Fall will release this summer for $7.
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