Deus Ex: Human Revolution Augments Reality August 23rd

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Humanity evolves on August 23rd, the new confirmed North American ship date for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The European launch is set for the 26th.

Square Enix and Eidos-Montreal’s shooter-RPG will be available for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, both in a standard version for $60 and a fancy Augmented Edition for only a ten-spot more. Pictured up top, the Augmented Edition will come with a 40-page art book and a bonus DVD loaded with a 44-minute “making of” video, the game’s official soundtrack, a motion-comic adapted from DC’s official series, the E3 trailer and an animated storyboard.

Pre-order programs have also begun, with two bonus DLC packs available to early adopters, including:

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The Explosive Mission Pack (Exclusively at GameStop e/ stores):

– An entirely new Mission
– Special Grenade Launcher
– M-28 Utility Remote-Detonated Explosive Device (UR-DED)
– Automatic Unlocking Device

Tactical Enhancement Pack (Offered at participating retailers):

– Huntsman Silverback Double-Barrel Shotgun
– Longsword Whisperhead Silenced Sniper Rifle
– Damage weapon upgrade
– Reload speed weapon upgrade
– 10,000 extra credits

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