Deus Ex: The Fall coming to PC, pre-orders now available

Deus Ex: The Fall

By on February 26, 2014 at 1:16 pm

The age of the tablet/mobile port is well and truly upon us, and so it is that Deus Ex: The Fall — the game that runs parallel to the events of Human Revolution — is finally coming to PC.

You can pre-purchase it now on Steam for $9.99 USD, but it won’t be available until the end of the month. It was developed “in collaboration with” the original Human Revolution team, but it has been well received by mobile gaming critics, and does feature sweet new music by Michael McCann, which is always neat.

As part of the port, it’s been upgraded with keyboard/mouse support, reworked AI (presumably to take advantage of better processors) and Steam achievements and trading cards. You can also get a free copy of the original Deus Ex if you pre-order.

5 comments (Leave your own)

I think there’s a typo – the article should say “The original Deus Ex now comes with a shitty tablet game for free!”

 

Oh snaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap

 
Anon. E. Moose

For a tablet game, it was pretty freakin’ good.
I don’t think I’ll bother with it again though.

 

Got this for Android it was ok and didn’t finish it controls were a bit meh, probably get this on steam chrissy sales.

 

Yeah I got this on my Nexus 5… the controls on these mobile games are ridiculous.
It just saps all the fun out of the game when you’re struggling with the controls.

Suppose I’ll grab it on Steam when/if I can be bothered.

 
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