Thu, Aug 19, 2010 | 05:22 BST
Eidos Montreal confirms DLC plans for Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Eidos Montreal’s David Anfossi has told VG247 the developer does have DLC plans for Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which it calls an “extention” of the game.
Speaking with us in an interview at gamescom earlier this afternoon following the showing of a new level behind closed doors – the level being shown on the showfloor is the E3 demo – Anfossi, the game’s producer, told us work on it had just begun.
Oh, and in case you didn’t know, it’s all single-player, Ringo.
“So you’re right, no multiplayer, it’s a single-player experience,” he said.
“It’s very important for us to deliver a quailty game. And that fuels our energy.”
He went on to add: “And yes, we started to work on DLC. That will be an extention of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Me and [Jean-Francois] Dugas, the game director, we started to work on that.”
Just so you know, the game looked really, really awesome. Awesome.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution releases next year for PS3, 360 and PC.
Our full interview with David Anfossi will go live in due course.