Following Embracer Group’s buy of Square Enix’s Western AAA studios, a lot of the focus has been on what may occur with Crystal Dynamics and the Tomb Raider franchise, however what about Eidos Montreal? With one other Guardians of the Galaxy game possible off the desk, what may they be tackling subsequent? Well, in accordance with Jeff Grubb on the newest episode of his Game Mess Mornings show, it appears they could be going again to the franchise they’re greatest identified for – Deus Ex. While all the things’s nonetheless very early, Embracer is alleged to be way more open to bringing again Adam Jensen, and Eidos Montreal is fired as much as “do what Cyberpunk 2077 couldn’t” inside the sci-fi RPG sphere.

“We don’t know, really, what to expect from an Embracer-owned, Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal. It’s early, the rumblings I’ve heard… they want to get right back into [Deus Ex]. They want to do what Cyberpunk 2077 couldn’t, that’s the word going around. I mean, we’ll see if that happens. It’s so early, who knows what that will turn into, but that was probably not even… there was no possibility of that conversation to even begin under Square Enix, right?”

Of course, take this with a reasonably substantial grain of salt, however it might actually make sense for Eidos Montreal to return to Deus Ex. And with the facility of recent {hardware}, engines, and the backing of a supportive and deep-pocketed Embracer, they could have a great shot at creating that cyberpunk paradise we’ve all been ready for.

Haven’t performed Eidos Montreal’s Deus Ex video games? The most up-to-date, Mankind Divided, is properly value your time as Wccftech’s Alessio Palumbo spelled out in his evaluation…

“Could it be better? Most certainly, but Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is already great as it is, and you would be remiss to leave it hanging in stores if you care the slightest bit about RPGs with a deep story, lots of choices and a cyberpunk setting.”

What do you suppose? Excited in regards to the prospect of Deus Ex coming again?

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