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Deus Ex: The Fall Domain Registered

Posted on Tuesday, March 5 @ 13:00:12 PST by Alex_Osborn


Just last week, it was discovered the Square Enix registered the trademark for Deus Ex: Human Defiance, leading the internet to believe that this would be the name of Eidos' next entry in the series. Just a few days ago, we learned that this was not the case, as the registration pointed back to CBS Films, making it clear that this was instead for the movie tie-in.

However, a new domain registration has popped up online, this time for Deus Ex: The Fall. The guys over at Superannuation, who first discovered the domain, suggest that this may very well be the name of the next game. Considering we were wrong in our assumption the first time, I suggest you wait to hear official word from Square Enix before jumping to any conclusions.

Eidos Montreal is currently putting together Thief for next-gen hardware, so the team certainly has their hands full at the moment. Are you excited at the prospect of getting more Deus Ex? Sound off in the comments below.

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