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Deus Ex: Human Revolution DLC, The Missing Link, Dated and Priced

Posted on Friday, October 14 @ 11:50:41 PST by

Wondering when you'll be able to stealth one of those boss fights in Deus Ex: Human Revolution? I hope you're not holding your breath. It's not going to happen in the main game. Square Enix and Eidos have made it clear that you'll be able to take on a boss fight with more than brute force at your disposal in their upcoming DLC, The Missing Link.

Adding 5-8 hours to the campaign, the DLC has been dated for October 18th in North America. PS3, 360, and PC gamers will be able to nab the pack for $14.99. That may seem like a steep price, but another 5-8 hours of Deus Ex with some gameplay fixes is worth its weight in gold....

GOLD! Dammit, do I have to spell these jokes out for you?

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