If one thing is clear, is that the Deus Ex video games are some of the best action role-playing games released to date, featuring great sci-fi stories with cyberpunk themes. And 2011’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution was no exception, offering plenty of choices to players throughout the game, from using brute force to hacking, or resorting to good old-fashioned verbal sparring to get out of difficult situations…
So it is not surprising, given that Deus Ex: Human Revolution was one of 2011’s best games, that video game company Square Enix will be releasing a sequel this summer titled Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, for which we’ve seen some pretty impressive trailers to date.
But players will also get a mobile game set in the Deus Ex universe titled Deus Ex Go which is being developed by Square Enix Montreal, which was also behind earlier “Go” games like Hitman Go and Lara Croft Go, with the latter turning out to be one of 2015’s best mobile games.
Judging by the trailer above, it looks like Deus Ex Go will be a turn-based game like Square Enix Montreal’s earlier Go mobile games, and it would certainly be great if it offered plenty of player choice and strategies to deal with the game’s levels like the console games do, hopefully capturing the Deus Ex feel and atmosphere in the process… Additionally, according to website engadget the game will feature a level editor, letting players create their own levels and share them with others, which is something that will likely add a lot of replay value to this upcoming Deus Ex game.
Deus Ex Go will ship this summer (likely in August, close to Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s release date) and those fond of mobile games will surely be in for a treat if the game lives up to the superb Lara Croft Go game and to the other great Deus Ex games we’ve seen over the years.