Deus Ex: the World and Cities Trailer

Eidos released two trailers today detailing the world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the first trailer goes in depth on how players will interact with the world via mechanical augmentation and how this technology has spread across the world, and how it is affecting the world. The second trailer focuses more on the cities you will be immersed in within the game; you will be able to go in and out of hotels and check the emails of the tenant’s computers should you choose to do so, Dues Ex its really striving for complete and total immersion, making you feel as though you’re a part of the world. Something interesting that I noticed in the trailer is when one of the developers mentioned multiple routes, I wonder if he means multiple routes to get to a city or multiple routes when you take on missions. Either way Deus Ex: Human Revolution is looking like a strong contender of Game Of the Year (GOTY) in my opinion. What do you think?

Deus Ex: Human Revolution ‘World’ trailer

Deus Ex:Human Revolution ‘Cities’ trailer

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