Deus Ex: Invisible War site launches
Web site offers sneak peek of Ion Storm's RPG/FPS sequel.
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The official Web site for Deus Ex: Invisible War, Eidos and Ion Storm's anticipated sequel to Deus Ex, went live Friday afternoon. The slick, flash-heavy site offers a bevy of features, including the final trailer and some notes on the game's Byzantine plot. There's also an extensive screenshot gallery and two different wallpapers. Naturally, there's also a pre-order link.
Many areas only feature "teaser" content--which is to be expected. The Developer's Journal only has an introduction, and the Game Info section features only the most basic characters, weapons, and biomods. There's also a dead-but-visible link to a demo version. These areas will presumably be filled in as Deus Ex: IW's December 2 release date draws nearer.
Deus Ex: Invisible War is set in dystopian future where corporate governments use the threat of terrorism to suppress an impoverished populace. Set 20 years after the first Deus Ex, the game follows a cybernetically-enhanced secret agent with a variety of superhuman powers. Combing role-playing and first-person shooting, Deus Ex: IW also features a non-linear, morally ambiguous storyline which allows gamers to either eschew violence or shoot anything that moves.