Deus Ex: The Fall Steam Port Drops A Week Early

Publisher Square Enix decided it had done enough waiting and dropped Deus Ex: The Fall on Steam early today. It was previously announced for release on March 25, 2015.

Previously, Deus Ex: The Fall was a mobile exclusive spinoff from the main series. It released on both Android and iOS for €5.99.

On PC, the full port will set you back a little more at a price of €9.99. For that price, however, you’ll receive a free copy of Deus Ex – Game of the Year Edition for a limited time only.

Deus Ex is one of the most coveted franchises of all time, so you’ll definitely do no wrong in playing the original again. There’s an urban myth that any time anyone mentions it, the effect causes someone to reinstall the game.

Deus Ex: The Fall is set in the world of the third main release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. As such, it shares the mostly golden aesthetic of that game.

Deus Ex: The Fall

Deus Ex: The Fall

For the PC release, it had to change how the game works internally. As a mobile game, Deus Ex: The Fall originally had in-game purchases, which had to be removed, along with the game economy needing to be restructured.

Aside from that, the port receives a bunch of Steam functionalities, as well as adjusted artificial intelligence, resolution options and so on. There’s also keyboard and controller support.

So far, the original reception on Steam for Deus Ex: The Fall is fairly harsh. We’d say that the majority of early reviews are coming back negative, though that can also be taken with a grain of salt.