Eidos-Montréal and Square-Enix to show off Deus Ex: Human Revolution at Montréal Comic Con.
The release of the much-anticipated Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is just around the corner, but if you can’t wait another six weeks and are attending Montréal Comic Con, you’re in luck.
Not only will you be able to go hands on with the game but you’ll also be able to play the new mode Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach. This new mode takes a more arcade-like approach, resulting in an interesting puzzle/shooter experience. We had a short time with Breach at E3 and came away pretty impressed. It’s certainly a more frivolous take on the Deus Ex universe but no worse for it.
Also at the booth will be Deus Ex GO, the latest in Square-Enix’s series of turn-based, smart device spin-offs. Again, we went thumbs-on at E3 and the game appears to be a worthy follow-up to Lara Craft GO and Hitman GO.
The likes of Capcom – and certainly Nintendo – should take note. These titles are great examples of how to bring a franchise to mobile whilst also complementing its mainline console release.
Booth attendees can also meet the development team and cast during two panels. The Meet the Cast panel will include Chimwemwe Miller, Victoria Sanchez, Karl Graboshas, Simon Peacock, and Elias Toufexis, who plays Deus Ex’s lead, Adam Jensen.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided panels
- Meet the Cast: Saturday, 9 July at 1:30PM
- Made in Montréal: Sunday 10 July at 12:15PM
Montréal Comic Con takes place from 8th – 10th July, 2016 at the Palais des Congrès in Montréal, you can find Adam Jensen and friends at Booth #1211.
For more information on the show, head to http://www.montrealcomiccon.com.
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