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Deus Ex Multiplayer CDX patch released, improves netcode & hit detection, fixes exploits & more

Deus Ex fans, here is something really special for you today. Cozmo and a team of modders have released Project CDX Version 1.0 for Deus Ex Multiplayer. This is perhaps the best way to celebrate Deus Ex’s twentieth anniversary, and we strongly suggest downloading.

CDX is a huge mod for Deus Ex Multiplayer. It features improved netcode and hit detection, fixes many exploits, bugs and gameplay problems, and introduces a lot of important features that were simply missing from the game. It also makes it easier than ever to create mods and custom gamemodes.

Version 1.0 of CDX prevents speedhack and framerate abuse. Moreover, it adds a spectating system, as well as a hit feedback system. Additionally, planted grenades will ignore gunshots from teammates/griefers, and teamkilling has been reworked as mirror damage.

According to the team, the installation process for Deus Ex Multiplayer CDX is quite easy. All you have to do is dump all the .u files into your DeusEx/System folder. Then, you’ll have to add ServerPackages=CDX_100 to that section in your DeusEx.ini, and ServerActors=CDX_100.ANNAMutator above it. And that’s it.

Speaking of Deus Ex, I also suggest checking out this DirectX 11 Renderer for the original game. You can also find two HD Texture Packs here and here.

Lastly, and since Deus Ex has turned 20 years old, I’ve decided to include below its iconic intro. I’ve also included a documentary video about the creation of Deus Ex Human Revolution.

You can download Deus Ex Multiplayer CDX Version 1.0 from here.


"Deus Ex" HD Intro (1080p)

Making of - Deus Ex: Human Revolution [Behind the Scenes]

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