Deus Ex: Human Revolution The Missing Link is now available for X360 and PC; Coming tomorrow on PS3

Square Enix has just announced that Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s first DLC is officially out now. The Missing Link downloadable content (DLC) is now available in Europe and PAL territories for the Xbox 360, OnLive, and Windows PC platforms via Steam and other participating online retailers. The DLC will also be available in these territories for PlayStation 3 tomorrow, October 19.

David Anfossi, producer of DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION- The Missing Link at Eidos-Montreal said:
“We are thrilled to bring DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION – The Missing Link to fans. This unique DLC provides an enhanced DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION experience with deeper insight into the conspiracy, visual improvements, new characters and enemies, and a twist on some gameplay elements.”
DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION – The Missing Link is available at a cost of 1200 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live Marketplace, £8.99 and €11.25 on PlayStation Network, and £8.99 and €10.99 on OnLive and Steam. Providing an average of four to six hours of compelling gameplay, players will be able to earn ten new achievements/trophies and 250 Xbox Gamerscore points. Players must own DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION in order to download and play DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION – The Missing Link.
After being tortured by Belltower agents and having his augmentations disabled, Adam Jensen must rely solely on his basic capabilities to escape from a freighter, destined for an unknown location. While fighting for his survival on the ship, he uncovers another layer to the conspiracy that he never would have suspected. As Adam, gamers will befriend new, mysterious allies and fight ruthless enemies to discover what was happening in the shadows during the events of DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION!

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