Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Ultimate Edition hits Mac on April 26th

Feral Interactive today confirmed that first-person role-playing game Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Ultimate Edition will be released for the Mac on Thursday, April 26th. Developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix for games consoles and PC, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a prequel to the legendary Deus Ex (2000).
The Mac release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Ultimate Edition will be a complete version of the game, containing the Explosive Mission and Tactical Enhancement packs and The Missing Link DLC.
This is the next step in Mac gaming,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive.
Set in 2027, Deus Ex: Human Revolution immerses players in a world where amoral corporations market biomechanical modifications that blur the boundary between man and machine. The player controls Adam Jensen, the security chief of biotech company Sarif Industries, who has been forced to undergo extensive cybernetic augmentation after a terrorist attack on the company.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Ultimate Edition for the Mac will retail in North America for US $49.99, £34.99 (inc. VAT) in the UK and €39.99 (inc. VAT) throughout Europe. When released, it will be available online for direct download from a variety of digital partner sites worldwide including Feral’s official website and the Mac App Store.
As a special treat, here is the one year old and massive mashup of DE: HM with Ghost In The Shell.

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