Deus Ex: Human Revolution Designers Say How Stealth And Story Come Together

By Ishaan . July 29, 2011 . 1:03pm

Stealth plays an important role in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. To elaborate on this, the development team have released a developer diary video of sorts, touching upon the different ways that stealth and augmentations, A.I. and story are connected:



Deus Ex: Human Revolution is due out on August 23rd in North America.

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  • DrakosAmatras

    Interesting – and I say that as someone whose usual range of preference doesn’t inclue 1st-Person Shooters.

    Will this become the stealth game Metal Gear Solid 4 wasn’t? I’ll wait and see.

    • William Beck

      beta it. it’s awesome. Stealth approaches is different paths, and sneaking up on enemies.

      It determines on how much stealth you want. It’s like Vampire the Masquerade meets for the cover system of mass effect.

      • DrakosAmatras

        Is that so? Thanks for the info.

        • William Beck

          this might help. actual gameplay. Oh, and one thing to cover on pc you’ll need to hold the right mouse button. Playing it made want to buy it for both pc, and ps3. Already have ps3 ordered.

  • Vince Vazquez

    Cannot wait for this game! It’s been so long since we’ve seen compelling cyberpunk worlds in games! 

  • PrinceHeir

    cannot wait for this :D

    will pre order the augmented edition ^^

    • William Beck

      can you still do that? Haven’t been at gamestop in awhile so don’t know if they’re still opening for it

      • PrinceHeir

        yeah, actually i pre ordered Catherine 2 weeks before the release date.

        i think you can pre order any game within a week or a few days before the game is out

        but i don’t think you can pre order games within 2 weeks of release in their website(i did mine in person) and when i look at their website the Catherine Pizza Edition is gone.

        • William Beck

          yeah I like to preorder long in advance, but thinking of ordering another copy for pc. cause I played it, and it’s pretty good. at least i think so. not everyone will love everything we like.

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