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Deus Ex: Revision The Nameless Mod 2.0 is available for download

The modding team behind The Nameless Mod for Deus Ex: Revision has released a brand new version of it. Version 2.0 is a revamp of the original The Nameless Mod from 2009 on the same engine, aiming to update the visuals of the mod.

For those unaware, Deus Ex: Revision is a community-made overhaul of the 2000 classic. It features new environments, music, world-building detail, and bundles in some of the best modifications the fanbase has made. These include Direct3D 9 rendering, high-res textures, high-detail models, and alt gameplay modes.

On the other hand, The Nameless Mod is a period piece of a Matrix-like world that occurs within a forum. Every facet of TNM is based on something within Deus Ex, from the conspiracy side of things, strategies you use in Deus Ex, to technical aspects of the game being represented within the world.

Going into more details, Version 2.0 redesigns all 58 levels to be up to a higher standard. Moreover, the team has designed all levels with stealth and combat in mind. It also added multiple routes and solutions for every obstacle.

The Nameless Mod 2.0 features a variety of levels. Some of them are more compact but with more material to interact with while others have been expanded to have more memorable sections and gameplay mechanics.

It’s also worth noting that Version 2.0 features two brand-new secret levels and one not-so-secret new level. Players can also find new side missions into some levels. Not only that but the team has brought some Quality-of-life features from Deus Ex: Revision and Deus Ex: Transcended.

You can go ahead and download The Nameless Mod 2.0 from Steam. As said, you’ll need Deus Ex: Revision in order to play it. And, Deus Ex: Revision requires a copy of Deus Ex GOTY installed in the same library/drive as Revision to play.

Have fun!

The Nameless Mod 2.0 Trailer

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