One of Square Enix’s biggest titles following their acquisition of Eidos was 2011’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution, a futuristic prequel to the original Deus Ex game. Later this year, an enhanced port of Human Revolution will be released on Nintendo’s latest console.
Dubbed the Director’s Cut edition of Human Revolution, the Wii U game features numerous changes and improvements over the original game. Some of the more major changes are improved enemy AI and game mechanics, enhanced visuals, and altered boss battles; upon the original release of Human Revolution, many players complained about the outsourced boss fights which didn’t allow for the same freedom as the rest of the game, and because of this, Eidos Montreal has gone back and altered them to allow for more play styles, be they stealthy or more head-on approaches. The game also features integrated GamePad support via the “Neural Hub”; players can use the Wii U GamePad to check maps, enter passcodes, snipe enemies, hack terminals, access augments, and more. The Director’s Cut also includes all of the downloadable content released for the original version, including The Missing Link scenario, though it is now integrated seamlessly into the main game rather than being playable separately. Miiverse integration is also supported, as are developer commentaries.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut is in development by Eidos Montreal and Straight Right, the studio that ported BioWare’s Mass Effect 3 to Wii U last year, and will be released by Square Enix later this year exclusively for Wii U.
Source: Square Enix press release