At the start of April, Square Enix revealed Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut would be launching on the Wii U next year. It sounded like only Nintendo's console would be getting it, however that's no longer the case. Eidos Montreal's Jean Francois Dugas announced during E3 today the Director's Cut would also be heading to the PC, PS3, and 360, which Square Enix then confirmed. It's a nice change from the earlier stance, and certainly a welcome one.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut includes reworked boss battles, tweaked game balance and combat, better AI, and improved visuals. All of those are definitely nice to have, but it's the boss battles that means the most. Anyone who's played through DX:HR knows how out of sorts the boss battles felt. The game was stunning and a great entry in the series, with the only real flaw being those boss battles. Eidos Montreal later confirmed it had outsourced the boss battles to Grip Entertainment, which in hindsight probably wasn't the best idea.
Soon, however, that will all be a thing of the past when Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut arrives. In addition to the overhauled parts above, the Director's Cut includes Tong's Rescue mission and The Missing Link expansion. Square Enix didn't reveal any information pertaining to a launch date or if it'd be available as DLC for current owners of DX:HR. Hopefully all of that is discussed soon so we know what to expect.