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Submitted by Gwynne Dixon on September 9 2011 - 13:53

Sqaure Enix Europe dishes out screens and a couple of new story details...

Following the official announcement last weekend, Square Enix Europe has now served up a couple of extra story details on Deus Ex: Human Revolution's 'The Missing Link' DLC while dropping the first batch of screens for the content (shown at the bottom of this article).

The details are a little spoilerific, so if you're yet to finish the game's story then avert your eyes now... 'The Missing Link' takes place towards the end of the main plot, where Adam Jensen goes 'radio silent' with Sarif Industries and boards a freighter ship.

During the main campaign, gamers are shown a cut-scene where Jensen climbs into a stasis chamber of sorts and then the next scene you see shows him exiting the ship three days later and entering a complex where the ship docks.

'The Missing Link' tells the story of what happened on that freighter ship, where Jensen is tortured by Belltower agents and robbed of his augmentations. As a result, gamers effectively have to build a new set of augmentations from scratch. New story elements, characters, and environments are promised – the DLC is scheduled to arrive some time next month.

"We are very excited for Deus Ex: Human Revolution fans to be able to further develop Adam’s journey in the game with The Missing Link DLC," said David Anfossi, Producer of Deus Ex: Human Revolution at Eidos-Montreal. "Gamers will be able to experience a vulnerable side of Adam like never before, which gives the overall game a whole new dimension. The Missing Link propels players into compelling gameplay, beginning with Adam being temporarily stripped of his use of augmentations, new, visually stunning environments and the continuation of Deus Ex: Human Revolution's conspiracy rich story.”

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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: aas

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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).........