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Submitted by Gwynne Dixon on August 31 2011 - 13:30

Internet super sleuths decode a message posted on Deus Ex: Human Revolution's main menu...

It's taken the internet a day or two (you're slipping, internet!), but the code that was posted on Deus Ex: Human Revolution's in-game main menu on Monday has finally been solved by some evidently rather clever people.

We're not sure quite how the decoders have done it (or, indeed, who exactly they are), but the long and short of it comes down to this Blue's News post (via VG247) and culminates in the website 13311tower.com.

Apparently some Morse code and GPS coordinates can be pulled from the site's code, with the Morse code revealing the line “11m13clinic” and the GPS coordinates pointing to Ayers Rock on Google Maps (also known as Uluru in Aboriginal legend).

When used as a password and username respectively, “11m13clinic” and “uluru” unveil the static image shown above-right on the 13311tower.com site (simply click on the All Seeing Eye Illuminati Post-it image on the right-hand site of the splash page to prompt a log-in box).

Effectively though, this leaves us all none the wiser despite all the ARG chasing. The “Sun 04:28:56” reference in the bottom-left of the image could point towards another reveal time this weekend, although that's a bit of a leap really.

VG247 claims that it's all an elaborate tease in the lead-up to a DLC announcement that could add an episode featuring J.C. Denton (the original Deus Ex protagonist). The site's source claims that players are prompted to choose a new augmentation setup rather than import a Human Revolution save file to the DLC.

More detail from the rumour suggests that the new content will be staged on a ship, and that none of the communication support available to Adam Jensen in the main game will be present in this DLC. We'll bring you more as we get it but don't pin too many hopes on these rumours just yet...

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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 01st Sep 2011 07:15, Post No: 10

Yet another reason why I frequent your site, you use words like flummoxed.

You crazy brits with your beer and your "football" and your fancy vocabulary. What will you think of next?

With love from the colonies, SL


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By: fjgh

Added:Fri 20th Aug 2010 04:29, Post No: 9

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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 23rd Oct 2008 20:29, Post No: 7

i'm absolutely thrilled DX3 is coming out, if it keeps the heart and soul of the first 2 then they can't go wrong. what a game it will be, roll on xmas 2009


By: SegaBoy

Added:Wed 22nd Oct 2008 16:01, Post No: 6

This guy is really asking for it...  Admitedly he's probably right, Deus Ex did lack big scripted moments, but that's because it was all about evolving your character.

He's also right about the consolisation of Invisible War - although I think that got some harsh criticism.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Tue 22nd Apr 2008 13:57, Post No: 5

they have to really push the lines on this one, i love the first game as many did. if they make a strong story and amazing gfx (HL2) with full upgrades this game will rock


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 12th Sep 2007 19:42, Post No: 4

I actually hope they put some work into it and make it for the PC, instead of a crappy portal from consoles. IW sucked because of the excessive load screens.


By: cloud

Added:Sat 21st Jul 2007 04:47, Post No: 3

the first two games where superb and if they make a third well it could be even more advanced


By: cloud

Added:Sat 21st Jul 2007 04:45, Post No: 2

i got told this game wasn't happining hopfully it will


By: cloud

Added:Sat 21st Jul 2007 04:44, Post No: 1

yay finaly a new deus ex game (hopefully).........