Latest in Gaming

Image credit:

Deus Ex's iOS spinoff launches on July 11th

Sponsored Links

Deus Ex: The Fall is sneaking / punching / stalking its way to iOS on July 11th, Square Enix announced this morning. When it arrives, it'll cost you nearly a sawbuck ($6.99 / £4.99 / 5.99€), and work on a wide variety of iOS devices (iPad 2 and above, iPhone 4S and above, and iPod Touch 5 and above). But which way will you play it? Us, well, we're all about refrigerator stacking.

Show full PR text

London, 8th July 2013 - Square Enix is happy to announce that Deus Ex: The Fall, the winner of seven "Best Mobile/iOS Game" awards at E3 2013*, will be coming to iOS devices this Thursday, 11th July.

Deus Ex: The Fall will be available for $6.99/£4.99/5.99€ from the App Store on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, or at www.AppStore.com.

Developed by Square Enix's Mobile division in Europe, in collaboration with the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution® team at Eidos-Montréal and N-Fusion, Deus Ex: The Fall is a full story driven action-RPG and the first Deus Ex in the series to be developed for and released on mobile and tablet devices.

Deus Ex: The Fall will be compatible with iPad 2 and above, iPhone 4S and above, and iPod Touch 5 and above.

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Comment
Comments
Share
Tweet
Share

Popular on Engadget

Google searches are showing rival business directories in Europe

Google searches are showing rival business directories in Europe

View
MIT helps self-driving cars ‘see’ through snow and fog

MIT helps self-driving cars ‘see’ through snow and fog

View
'Harley Quinn' season 2 gets a quick April 3rd debut

'Harley Quinn' season 2 gets a quick April 3rd debut

View
HTC plans to release its first 5G phone in 2020

HTC plans to release its first 5G phone in 2020

View
Sony's first 5G phone may be a souped-up Xperia 1

Sony's first 5G phone may be a souped-up Xperia 1

View

From around the web

Page 1Page 1ear iconeye iconFill 23text filevr