Deus Ex: Human Revolution ‘The Missing Link’ DLC release date and price

The popular FPS game from Eidos Montreal, Deus Ex: Human Revolution has enjoyed a lot of success since its release, even managing to top the charts for a short period of time. Now it is about to get a DLC expansion pack called The Missing Link, which adds extras to the campaign mode of the main game. It is due for release on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on October 18th and will cost North Americans $14.99 or 1200 MS points, while in the UK it costs just £8.99.

UK PlayStation 3 gamers will have to wait an extra day before they get to download the extended material. The download is reported to have over 5 hours of extra gameplay by VideoGamer, so it is very good value for money. It features new added depth to conspiracies, new characters and new environments.

It picks up with Adam Jensen having been missing for three days finds himself on a freighter heading towards an unknown destination. Turns out that he has been tortured by Belltower agents and as a result has had his augmentations disabled. Players must escape the vessel whist building his augmentations from scratch, using only Jensen’s basic capabilities to begin with.

Whilst exploring the ship, stealth must be used in order not to alert the enemies to the player’s presence. Players will also need to team up with new allies in order to defeat the enemies and uncover what has been going on during what happened in the main Deus Ex campaign.

Embedded below we have trailers, the first of which introduces the DLC, picking up at the torture scene. The other two are walkthroughs of the DLC, guiding players through what to expect and how to approach the game. Will you be downloading the extra content for Deus Ex: Human Revolution?

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Written by Chris Cook

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