Deus Ex: The Fall Port On Steam Removes In-App Purchases

Publisher Square Enix announced that Deus Ex: The Fall is heading to PC and will land on Steam on March 25, 2014. This was likely prompted by reports earlier that leaked the images from Steam’s server on a well-known game forum. NeoGaf; that forum is NeoGaf.

Anyway, the PC port of Deus Ex: The Fall will work differently than its original iOS and Android release. For starters, the game will have full support for mouse and keyboard, moving away from touch controls.

Its most notable change, however, is the removal of in-game purchases. To balance this out, the economy in Deus Ex: The Fall will be completely different. Oh, that also means that the game will cost $9.99 or a less favorable €9.99 for dirty Europeans.

Still, the price change isn’t that steep from the original mobile version. Moreover, those who preorder will even receive a free copy of the original Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition. That’s worth the admission price in itself.

More changes in the game can be seen in this list below:

  • 28 Steam achievements
  • Adjusted AI
  • Steam Trading Cards, Badges and  (TBC)
  • Revised tutorial
  • Microsoft Controller support
  • Removal of auto target options
  • Reduction in aiming recital size
  • Choice in cover style as DXHR (HOLD or Toggle)
  • Resolution options
  • Anti Aliasing option
  • Vsync
  • Control maps for keyboard and gamepad

Deus Ex: The Fall has the same golden setting than its bigger iteration of Human Revolution. You’re now all free to start your “I never asked for this” jokes.