The Missing Link Adds Three Strange Days to Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Adventure

The Human Revolution continues in October, as Adam Jensen finds himself stripped of his augmentations in The Missing Link downloadable content.

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Adam Jensen disappears for three days during the course of Deus Ex: Human Revolution's conspiracy-rich story. Where did he go? What did he do? What happened to his augmentations?

The answer to that last question is they were somehow stripped away, giving players the ability to rebuild their augmentation set completely. Jensen finds himself tortured brutally by Belltower agents and trapped on a freighter heading to an unknown destination. The conspiracy deepens and new characters step into the light.

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"We are very excited for Deus Ex: Human Revolution fans to be able to further develop Adam's journey in the game with The Missing Link DLC," said David Anfossi, producer of Deus Ex: Human Revolution at Eidos-Montreal. "Gamers will be able to experience a vulnerable side of Adam like never before, which gives the overall game a whole new dimension. The Missing Link propels players into compelling gameplay, beginning with Adam being temporarily stripped of his use of augmentations; new, visually stunning environments; and the continuation of Deus Ex: Human Revolution's conspiracy-rich story."

More Deus Ex: Human Revolution is definitely a good thing. Look for The Missing Link in October.


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For those of you who are bitching about the Missing Link DLC, shut the fuck up. We live in the era where DLC exists now. Either accept it or don't. I don't care. A lot of you seem to forget that developers are corporations. Stop nitpicking every single detail. Has it occur to you morons that the writers have talked to Warren Spector about the story? Has it also ever occur to you that Eidos Montreal hasn't even released the pricing for the DLC? It may be free. If not, I still respect their decision. Their game may have some flaws but it was forgiven with their rich story and presentation. Stop thinking you are entitled to everything because I got news for you: customers aren't always right because they are too stupid to know what is right for them. Deus EX: Human Revolution gave you more than your money's worth. STOP BEING A SELFISH CRYBABY.