We've got some Deus Ex news, but it's not what you think
Square Enix has announced some Deus Ex news today, but it has nothing to do with today's Deus Ex: Human Revolution Wii U rumor. Rather, Eidos Montréal has launched Deus Ex: Sonic Augmentation, the "reimagined soundtrack of the original Deus Ex." Sonic Augmentation offers eight enhanced arrangements to the community for free via the Deus Ex Facebook Page.
Primarily composed by Alexander Brandon (with the support of Dan Gardopée and Michiel van den Bos), this iconic audio ensemble was influenced by the styles of techno, jazz and classical - its gritty ambient tunes and driving beats gaining wide critical acclaim after the release of Deus Ex in 2000. Alexander Brandon and OverClocked ReMix have taken the old and made it new again, augmenting the sounds of Deus Ex and reinventing them for the modern era.
Track 1, "The Search for Ambrosia" by Zircon & Jillian Aversa, is immediately available today, with two tracks set to unlock every week until the entire album is released in full.
Unforunately, news regarding Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut will have to wait for at least another day -- or until PAX East where Square Enix has plans to show off a currently unannounced Wii U game.