Deus Ex: The Fall, previously exclusive to Android/iOS, has appeared on the Steam database.
Deus Ex: The Fall, which was previously exclusive to Android and iOS devices, may be making its way to the PC, according to those restless souls who continually comb the Steam Database for information. Three promotional assets for Deus Ex: The Fall have been uploaded to the official Steam content servers, under the app number 258180. While far from conclusive evidence, it does point strongly towards a PC re-release of the game, as plenty of other unannounced games have been discovered in more or less the same way.
Here are the three images that were dug up:
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a universally well-received reboot to one of the most beloved PC games of all time. Fans were shocked, especially considering the absolutely terrible Invisible War (sorry to remind you about that one), and quickly became hungry for more. So how did Eidos Montreal sate this hunger? With a tablet-exclusive follow-up, of course!
The puzzling move left many scratching their heads, and as such a vast majority of Deus Ex fans skipped the game entirely, but it now looks like we're going to be able to experience it on the PC.
The original tablet game was controlled via a touch interface, so it will be interesting to see how it will translate to the PC. Obviously, you could just map everything to the mouse, but having a proper keyboard keybinding may make the whole experience a lot better.