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Eidos Teases Deus Ex: The Fall [Update: Trailer Inside]

Posted on Tuesday, June 4 @ 06:05:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

[Update]: The folks over at Eidos have released a teaser trailer for Deus Ex: The Fall, something we can only assume now is the followup to Human Revolution. Give it a look above.

At the end of the all too brief video is the date June 5th, which in case you didn't already know is tomorrow. Be sure to check back here for more news at that time.

[Original]: Eidos Montreal, the team behind the highly acclaimed Deus Ex: Human Revolution took to Twitter to tease fans with something called Deus Ex: The Fall.

Those who have been following the series closely will recall that The Fall was registered by Square Enix a few months ago. Could this be a followup to Human Revolution

Are YOU ready for The Fall?

— Eidos-Montréal (@eidosmontreal) June 3, 2013

With E3 now one week away, there's a good chance we'll find out very soon. That said, would you like to see a new Deus Ex designed to take advantage of next-gen hardware? Let us know in the comments below.


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