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| July 9, 2013
Deus Ex: The Fall To Launch In The App Store This Thursday, July 11
Eidos Montréal has announced that its highly anticipated Deus Ex: The Fall is set to launch in the App Store this Thursday, July 11, 2013. From what we understand, the application will be available for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and it'll carry a price tag of $6.99. The news from Square Enix's development subsidiary was first posted to Twitter:
#DeusEx The Fall launching for IOS this Thursday, July 11! Celebrate with these FREE mobile wallpapers & ringtones! http://t.co/vnYztNAp5R — Eidos-Montréal (@eidosmontreal) July 8, 2013As noted above, Eidos Montréal is celebrating the forthcoming release by offering fans of the franchise free mobile wallpapers, along with iPhone-compatible ringtones. In a blog post published in June, Square Enix offered a small amount of information concerning the first ever Deus Ex mobile game:
Betrayed by your employers and on a mission to uncover the truth behind a drugs conspiracy, players control of the augmented ex-British SAS mercenary, Ben Saxon. This is the first mobile game in the series and events take place directly after the conclusion of the James Swallow novel, Deus Ex: Icarus Effect. Deus Ex: The Fall is a unique story-driven action game, with all the characteristics that you’ve come to love from Deus Ex: Human Revolution, augmented for handheld devices.Below, we've posted a gameplay trailer for Deus Ex: The Fall, which should help you get even more excited for Thursday. We'll let you know once Deus Ex: The Fall launches in the App Store, so be sure to check back with us. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fw3w68YrKwc&feature=player_embedded
If you can't see the above video, please click this link.In the meantime, for more app related news, see: Cooliris Now Integrates With Tumblr, Evernote And Other Additional Photo Sources, What's New In Quora For iOS? Question Posting And Draft Saving, and Freemium App Candy Crush Saga Earns A Record-Breaking $633,000 Each Day.