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“You should all be Deus Ex fans”: Cyberpunk 2077 developers confessed their love for the famous game series

Studio Eidos Montreal, known for creating Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, exchanged pleasantries with the developers of the upcoming role-playing adventure Cyberpunk 2077. The sweet correspondence took place through the developers.

It all started with the fact that one of the users expressed the hope that Cyberpunk 2077 is at least partially inspired by the legendary game series Deus Ex, and as it turned out, this is true – the CDPR team hastened to declare their love for the famous franchise, calling on everyone to become “fans of Deus Ex”.

In turn, the Eidos Montreal team did not ignore the flattering words of their colleagues and noted their publication of emojis in the form of black and yellow hearts in the style of the color scheme released in 2011 Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Recall that the original Deus Ex was released in 2000. It was created by the efforts of a team of Ion Storm. In 2011, the game received a new life in the form of the canonical prequel Deus Ex: Human Revolution, developed by the Eidos Montreal team.

Five years later, a direct sequel to Human Revolution – Deus Ex: Mankind Divided-reached the store shelves, but, unfortunately, this game failed to attract the attention of a wide audience, as a result of which Square Enix decided to temporarily freeze the entire Deus Ex franchise.

In turn, the release of Cyberpunk 2077 should take place very soon-on December 10.

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