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Deus Ex Falling to Steam

By acharris7725-02-2014

After making an impact on mobile devices last year, Deus Ex: The Fall is actually coming to Steam. Of course the game’s controls have been adapted to use the keyboard/mouse with a wide range of other little bits added. So those who were never interested in Ben Saxton’s previous story now might be the time to have a change of mind.

Deus Ex: The Fall was developed by the original team from Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Michael McCann, who created new tracks for the game. Below is the new features list, compared to the mobile version of last year.

• No in-game purchase options
• 28 Steam achievements
• Adjusted AI
• Steam Trading Cards, Badges and (TBC)
• Revised tutorial
• Full keyboard and Mouse control optimisation
• Rebalanced game economy taking into account no IAP
• Microsoft Controller support
• Removal of auto target options
• Reduction in aiming recital size
• Choice in cover style as DXHR (HOLD or Toggle)
• Resolution options
• Anti-Aliasing option
• Vsync
• Control maps for keyboard and gamepad

The game will be available for download on Steam from March 25 priced at £7.99/€9.99/$9.99. Pre-order now and you will receive the original Deus Ex Game of the Year Edition for free. Now we have something to occupy us while Eidos-Montreal works on Deus Ex: Universe. Let us know below if you have ever played the mobile version.

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Posts: 596

I really can't game at all on touchscreen controls, at least not for shooters or anything control intensive, simple puzzle games are fine or 2D platformers, but anything more controller intensive is just not practical.

Posts: 3290

This really should have been where it all started

Posts: 1317

Nyeah, maybe. I doubt I'll get it if it's only some upgraded mobile/tablet game though. If it's exactly like Deus Ex: HR in terms of graphics and so on, but with the 'The Fall' storyline however, THEN I am interested.

Posts: 1548

YES! Now its worth attention!

Posts: 267

It's good that it is coming to PC. While modern tablets have decent graphics power for their size, touchscreen controls are very far from being good comfortable in these games.