While I'm still scratching my head over the idea that the best way to follow up the success of Deus Ex: Human Revolution is by putting out a smaller scale mobile sequel, the game's release has snuck up on me. Deus Ex: The Fall, announced not so long ago, will be launched on Thursday, July 11, for the surprisingly low price of $6.99. How's that for mind-blowing?
Unless this is reactionary pricing considering the initial public reaction to a mobile third-person Deus Ex title, the low price is a bit alarming. How do you advertise Deus Ex: The Fall as a similar experience to Human Revolution in a game that costs less than lunch? Is there only one or two levels? Is it actually just an endless runner or a fun experiment with cool graphics? What is this thing?
Whatever it is, Deus Ex: The Fall is coming to iOS on July 11 for $6.99. Look into it if you've got an iPad 2, iPhone 4S or iPod Touch 5 and above.