Deus Ex is getting the Go treatment


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By Martin Robinson Published 08/06/2016

 

Square Enix Montreal is extending its Go series to the Deus Ex universe, with Deus Ex Go due to hit mobile platforms later this year.

 

It follows successful mobile outings for Square's established properties, with Lara Croft Go and Hitman Go both releasing to critical acclaim. Deus Ex Go follows a similar template, delivering a highly-stylised, concentrated clockwork take on the stealth series, with players hacking their way across small grid-based levels.

 

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No word on exact platforms, but Android and iOS are safe bets.

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I like these "Go" games. Most touchscreen gaming is kind of crap.

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Bamsebjørn

Instant buy for me... I loved Lara Croft Go and Hitman Go.

Wonder what game they'll do next...

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