by David Sanchez on March 21, 2013 @ 7:18 am
Eidos Montreal has shed light on the upcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut for the Wii U. According to a report on Eurogamer, boss battles, which were heavily criticized when the game originally launched, will see a complete overhaul. “We went through all the boss battles and said, ‘Let’s just start from the beginning,’” explained designer Emile Pedneault. “So that’s exactly what we did.”
Human Revolution Director’s Cut is being described as more than just a simple port, and it will include new content and exclusive features. Handling the development of the game is Straight Right, which previously worked on the Wii U version of Mass Effect 3 and also formerly revealed that it had two other Wii U games in the works.
As indicated by a press release sent out by Square Enix, “touch-screen hacking, interactive map editing, augmented sniping, grenade throwbacks and many other neural hub enhancements” will be new features that take advantage of the GamePad. In addition to controller-specific features and revamped boss fights, Human Revolution Director’s Cut will include DLC. Featured on the disc will be the Tong’s Rescue and The Missing Link add-ons.
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