The year is 2052 and the world is a dangerous and chaotic place. Terrorists operate openly, killing thousands; drugs, disease and pollution kill even more. The world's economies are close to collapse and the gap between the insanely wealthy and the desperately poor grows ever wider. Worst of all, an ages old conspiracy bent on world domination has decided that the time is right to emerge from the shadows and take control. No one believes they exist. No one but you.

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About Deus Ex: Revision with 13 comments by Jerion on Jul 18th, 2014

Hello all!

Welcome to our July update.

Over the last two months, we've been steadily working away without too much to talk about. People have come and gone from vacations, and development continues. We've been getting a fair amount of feedback from our playtesters, and are working to solve the bugs and issues that they have reported. We've also been getting feedback on the soundtrack, and while the response has been broadly positive, there have been some valid concerns about a few specific tracks, and we have been addressing those as well.

For those of you who are interested, we've moved to an online bug-tracking service; if you'd like to take a look at the issues we're working to solve and get a sense of what we're doing behind the scenes, check it out here: Bugs.launchpad.net. It is updated regularly and shows the issues we are encountering and fixing, as we encounter and fix them.

In recent weeks we've also been running a pair of articles on the Eidos Montréal community blog. These two articles serve as a general introduction to Revision, and go into some depth on the process of creating the new soundtrack. We have a third article planned, so keep an eye out for it in the coming weeks. Our thanks go out to Sacha R. and John T. at Eidos Montréal for being kind enough to make this happen.

The Creation of Revision

The Music of Revision

We have a couple more things to share with you this month:

First, a look at our Area 51 overhaul, which (on the surface, at least) takes a few cues from Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Panchaea location.

Area 51 Surface

Second, we have our Battery Park exploration music:


That about covers everything for the moment. Enjoy!

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AshtarSheran
AshtarSheran Dec 11 2012, 4:52am says:

So sad it was never released on Linux

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zpendam
zpendam Dec 6 2012, 8:17pm says:

NEW WORLD VISION Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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TheJCLetsplay
TheJCLetsplay Dec 6 2012, 1:50pm says:

I looooooooove this game so much *__*

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orcus_35
orcus_35 Dec 3 2012, 7:34pm says:

I'd rather have a game with horrible graphics and the best gameplay ever, rather than the contrary !

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J.
J. Sep 20 2013, 4:06pm replied:

You've deleted the majority of modern games from your wishlist...

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DEAD_FiSH
DEAD_FiSH Nov 9 2012, 3:14pm says:

"You are now beneath the nanotech lab."
I have to say that Deus Ex community is one of the best and funniest communities ever!
"Get PILLS against my orders!"
"A BOMB!"
"What a shame!"
"Augmented."
Hehehe. :D

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Cossack-HD
Cossack-HD Oct 3 2012, 11:23am says:

I'm playing old games such as Half-Life 1, Need For Speed 5 Porsche Unleashed (2000), DOOM 1-2... And this seems one more game I HAVE to play :D

Nowadays developers work too much for graphics, and they say "it's realistic", but gameplay is worse than in oldies D:

Cuz graphics make you buy new expensive PC - games become big business and 90% of games now are good looking ****. Old or indie games and mods are only things I'd like to play. In old times bad graphics were compensated by Rich Gameplay.

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Kyle_K_ski
Kyle_K_ski Dec 1 2012, 10:43pm replied:

"Nowadays developers work too much for graphics, and they say "it's realistic", but gameplay is worse than in oldies D: "

I absolutely agree with you!

"In old times bad graphics were compensated by Rich Gameplay."

I wouldn't use the term "bad graphics." For the most part, they were doing the best they could with what they had. That said, there is NO question that the developers back then were much more tightly focused on Rich Gameplay. I can barely stand looking at the modern titles that are coming out - more often than not, the website I find myself going to for future purchases is GOG.com, a website that's devoted to selling older titles (and some NEWER ones too!) completely free of DRM.

A great game, regardless of its graphics, will CAPTURE the player, and far too few titles do that today.

I STRONGLY applaud all of the current mods that are going back and overhauling the older titles. Every one of them has gotten my vote for 2012's Mod of the Year.

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BeardedBrotha86
BeardedBrotha86 Sep 16 2012, 8:59am replied:

At the top of the page, underneath the Game's title graphic you'll see a row of links, just after the middle of that row, if you're taking your eyes from left to right, will be 3 links: "addons," "downloads," and "mods."

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Prototype458
Prototype458 Sep 21 2012, 12:18pm replied:

i know that but the list of mods are gone for some reason

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