After two and half years of almost complete silence surrounding the third installment in the Deus Ex-series, Square Enix has released a new teaser-trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution, as the game is now officially known. The teaser was shown at the Game Developer s Choice Awards and was revealed by industry veteran Warren Spector, designer of the original Deus Ex and its sequel. Spector is not involved in the development or design of the newest installment.
It was recently announced that development of the game was ongoing at the Eidos Montreal studio, but that another studio owned by Square Enix would be responsible for the development of the CGI cutscenes found in the game.
The teaser itself shows the downfall of Icarus, as one of the first ‘augmented’ humans in history, followed by a scene of a enhanced human from the future. The trailer can be found after the break. The game will be released for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, though a possible release window was not specified.
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In an interview with IGN, game director Jean-Francois Dugas stated that the game will not include a multiplayer mode, but that the developer will focus solely on delivering a unique single player experience. More information will be made available at the upcoming E3, which will be held from June 15 until the 17th in Los Angeles.