Deus Ex: towards a more ambitious opus than Cyberpunk 2077?

Deus Ex: towards a more ambitious opus than Cyberpunk 2077?

Game news Deus Ex: towards a more ambitious opus than Cyberpunk 2077?

Since the acquisition of Eidos Montreal by Embracer Group, things are starting to move for some study licenses, starting with Deus Ex. Adam Jensen could soon return in an opus comparable to Cyberpunk 2077 according to the latest rumors.

Things are heating up for Deus Ex

First appeared in the early 2000s, the license Deus ex immediately stood out as a reference in cyberpunk video games. Originally developed by Ion stormthis is Eidos Montreal which will eventually take over in 2007 to offer later Human revolution And Humanity dividedtwo works starring Adam Jensen.

With a vision of a dark and dystopian future in which technological progress is an integral part of humanity’s daily life, Deus Ex brilliantly adapts the big specific themes of cyberpunk. Absent from playrooms since 2016, the saga has finally passed the baton of the genre to CD Projekt and Cyberpunk 2077. Full of promise, the Polish guys from CD Projekt delivered an excellent (albeit bug-ridden) game without meeting all fan expectations. According to the latest rumors, the Eidos Montreal teams would like to achieve with Deus Ex what Cyberpunk 2077 failed to transcribe.

Succeed where Cyberpunk 2077 failed

This information remains rumors to be taken with a grain of salt, but it still comes from the well-informed Jeff Grubb. For him, Eidos Montreal has shown great ambitions for his license since the acquisition of the studio by the embracer Group. Teams would like to “do what Cyberpunk 2077 couldn’t achieve”.

This is the beginning. From what I’ve heard, the studio wants to go back to Deus Ex immediately. They want to compete, they want to do what Cyberpunk 2077 couldn’t. It is the noise of the corridor circulating. We will see what happens. It is still so early, we still don’t know what it will give. In any case, this conversation would not have started with Square Enix (…)

According to the reporter’s statements, we therefore understand that the studio was unable to resume its license as it wished under the orders of Square Enix. After the acquisition of Eidos Montreal by Embracer Groupthings may have changed for Deus Ex who may very well return soon. ” ‘Case to follow.

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