Deus Ex Graphics Overhaul Mod — New Vision

Deus Ex remains a classic, and the approaching release date of the latest sequel in the series may have you reaching for that dusty CD for a romp back to Y2K. If you do find yourself playing Deus Ex, make sure you install this mod — the polycounts won’t change, but the textures will be clearer than ever.

Deus Ex: New Vision is an effort to overhaul the environment graphics of Deus Ex. After four years of development, this mod has finally been released, with around 75% of the world textures remastered at high definition.

Check out this gameplay footage:

Ah, memories… Go get ‘em, JC.

Download Deus Ex: New Vision now, or read more at the official website.

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5 Comments on Deus Ex Graphics Overhaul Mod — New Vision

derka

On August 8, 2011 at 5:03 pm

too bad DEHR is some jap remake, theres a bunch of Final Fantasy XXII posters all over the place and theres absolutely no references to any of the previous games.

pretty bad

gerkin

On August 8, 2011 at 9:08 pm

@derka

Wow. That was so stupid. For one, it’s being developed by Eidos Montreal. And to clarify, Montreal is in Canada. Secondly, there aren’t any references(that we know of, considering the game has yet to be released) to the previous games because Human Revolution is a prequel. These two bits of information are easily accessible on most, if not all, video game news sites. Therefore, the only conclusion I can draw is that you are stupid, and a failure of a troll.

derka

On August 9, 2011 at 11:58 am

@gerkin

Publishers can do all kinds of great things for developers actually. Square Enix isn’t in Canada and has never done anything with Eidos.

Second of all, you obviously haven’t played the leaked Beta, one of the technicians you meet up with has a couple of Final Fantasy 28 and a bunch of other anime crap in his room.

Ontop of that there is absolutely no mention of UNATCO, no mention of Seattle, no mention of anything other than augmentation that has this Jap/MGS feel to it.

nick

On August 10, 2011 at 6:54 pm

@derka

you’re an idiot, first of it’s a leaked beta, meaning the game could be NOTHING LIKE THAT, second, this takes place before the other two games…. there’s no reason they should have to mention them as… this took place before them.

and the publisher and developer are different, Eidos Montreal is in Canada, square is just putting the game out.

paul

On August 29, 2011 at 3:07 pm

you are right derka is an idiot if he had actually done some research he would have found out that square enix was mainly a publisher and the only thing in game produced by enix was the cgi cutscenes