New Deus Ex: Human Revolution Story DLC Coming in October

Ever wonder what kind of s–t Adam Jensen go into after he [swipe to read spoilers] hopped on that freighter that took him to the Ranch?[end spoilers] Well, Eidos Montreal plans to tell you all about it in new DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution that they’re bringing out in October. The new DLC, called The Missing Link, will see Jensen’s augments disabled by Belltower, and he’ll have to find a way to survive without them. Theoretically, that shouldn’t be too hard, considering he went his whole life without them. But anyway…

Eidos promises that in this DLC you’ll get to “rebuild Adam’s augmentation set from scratch. Build up a brand new Adam!” That, to be honest, doesn’t sound horribly exciting. What does sound more interesting is that we will allegedly get to unravel new layers of the greater game’s conspiracy. Maybe it will make sense after this!

via the official site

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7 Comments on New Deus Ex: Human Revolution Story DLC Coming in October


On September 4, 2011 at 12:55 pm

Game sucked ass and is full of random jumbled conspiracy bull that goes to show how stupid the average consumer is.

Whole series in general was made for Ron Paultards. As in most regular people DON’T GIVE A ABOUT THESE CONSPIRACIES.

Phil Owen

On September 5, 2011 at 3:40 am

Fictional conspiracies are fun, bro. You need to learn to enjoy life a little.


On September 5, 2011 at 4:33 pm

@ Aids
Fictional conspiracies that’s actually plausible are even more fun. I can easily see the future where similiar augs or genetic manipulation can lead to conspiracies and political tensions.

Man DEHR really rocks. I was thinking of selling this game after playing it to death for 2 months but this deserves to stay as a collection. I’ve got some saved points where I can have a quick mini 20 minute game session where I try to take stages differently. And this game is sure to get a constant stream of DLC.


On September 5, 2011 at 5:24 pm

@ Aids
So, that is really all you could see in Deus Ex ? You didn’t get the profound philosophic question about transhumanism ? About whether an augmentend being is more or less of a human ? Conspiracies, yes there is alot more for those who know.


On September 5, 2011 at 10:21 pm

@ aids this game was great and i hope it gets alot of DLC


On September 5, 2011 at 11:53 pm

I thought the game was limited far to limited for what is expected from game play today 2011.
I played till the end it don’t make anything special.
even the end was slight dismay of options 4 was stupid!
but I enjoyed it as a fps that’s all.
I found the game areas lacking loads of interactions, I was pissed that lamps and other mundane items didn’t fall over or at least could be moved by bumping into them, I mean jumping on desks hardly moved a thing! most windows couldn’t be smashed & most doors were locked shut and couldn’t be kicked in, cars unusable even if it was to be only to be used to ram through somebody or bodies, a wall even for a short time! it would of been cool do something and it happen! I’m not saying gta, just get with game dynamics and natural forces.
The models in the game were very plain. 1st year 3d modeller could of done them.
A+ I really enjoyed the falling augmentation I fell a lot.
overall I searched through every nook and cranny and just was disappointed by the low limit of my search’s!

Finally I’d like to say this

Come’on Game Companys this is 2011 going on 2012!!!
Get real with game play and make it more realistic and more game player usable!


On September 6, 2011 at 12:50 am

Lol, in this world we live in today, I’d say conspiracies are real. America is in the crapper no thanks to corporate and government greed.