‘Deus Ex Go’ puzzler spinoff will hit app stores this summer

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided star Adam Jensen will follow in the footsteps of Hitman‘s Agent 47 and Tomb Raider‘s Lara Croft this summer with the launch of Deus Ex Go, a mobile puzzler that reimagines the Deus Ex universe in the context of a turn-based virtual board game.

E3 2016: Sony confirms PlayStation 4 “Neo” is coming, but not to E3 2016

Publisher Square Enix also announced the launch of The Go Collection, a digital compilation that bundles all of its puzzler series releases in a value-priced package.

In Deus Ex Go, players guide mechanically augmented protagonist Adam Jensen across a series of dangerous environments using a turn-based setup. Jensen can use either stealth or lethal countermeasures to deal with patrolling enemies as he works his way toward each level’s exit.

Deus Ex-specific mechanics like hacking and upgradable augmentations also play a role in solving many of the game’s trickier puzzles. As players progress through the game, they’ll gradually uncover the truth behind a terrorist plot with help from allies within Task Force 29 and the Juggernaut Collective.

Patrick Naud, head of Go series creator Square Enix Montreal, revealed that the upcoming sequel will introduce a level editor, among other new features.

“With Deus Ex Go, we really want to take the Go series to another level,” Naud explained. “Building on the learnings of Hitman Go and Lara Croft Go, our goal is to push the experience a step further in terms of visual treatment and game design in order to bring you a fresh, reimagined puzzle experience that celebrates the franchise.”

Naud continued: “Our team has also been hard at work designing a smart, game-changing new feature that will allow you to expand your game experience: the puzzle maker.”

Deus Ex Go marks the Go series’ third entry over the last two years, with Hitman Go originally premiering in 2014. Hitman Go was well-received upon its launch, leading Square Enix to publish a port for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita earlier this year.

Square Enix hopes to drum up interest in the upcoming Deus Ex Go with this week’s launch of The Go Collection, an app bundle that collects the iOS versions of Hitman Go and Lara Croft Go. Normally priced at $8, The Go Collection will be available for $6 during its launch week.

Deus Ex Go will hit Google Play and the iTunes App Store this summer.

Computing

Acer gives Predator, Nitro gaming notebooks CPU and GPU upgrades

Acer's latest gaming notebooks will be getting a processor and graphics boost. The company announced that Intel's ninth-generation mobile CPU and Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti will land on the Predator Helios 300, Nitro 7, and Nitro 5 laptops.
Gaming

These are all the games we want to see from Square Enix at E3 2019

Square Enix will once again hold its own press conference for E3 2019. These are the games we want the company to show during the event, including the long-awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Gaming

From the most 'Toasty!' to the least, here are the Mortal Kombat games ranked

The Mortal Kombat franchise has provided shocking delights and spilled copious pints of blood since 1992. With Mortal Kombat 11 out now for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC, we decided to rank the mainline fighting series from best to worst.
Gaming

Your PlayStation 4 game library isn't complete without these games

Looking for the best PS4 games out there? Out of the massive crop of titles available, we selected the best you should buy. No matter what your genre of choice may be, there's something here for you.
Gaming

These are the must-have games that every Xbox One owner needs

More than four years into its life span, Microsoft's latest console is finally coming into its own. From Cuphead to Halo 5, the best Xbox One games offer something for players of every type.
Gaming

Here's our guide to becoming a master of Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 11

Fatalities are the bread and butt of any Mortal Kombat game, and they're particularly brutal in Mortal Kombat 11. Here's how to do Fatalities in the game, and how you can unlock new ones.
Gaming

Anthem update 1.1.0 adds new stronghold, subtracts need to visit Fort Tarsis

Anthem update version 1.1.0 patch notes reveal overhauled mechanics that allow players to stay in the fight longer and even change weapons without going to Fort Tarsis or the Launch Bay.
Digital Trends Live

Digital Trends Live: Tesla taxis, NYC auto show, and Sony’s 8K TV

On the latest episode of DT Live, we discuss Tesla's autonomous taxi plans, a Face ID lawsuit against Apple,, choosing imperfect produce, the release of Mortal Kombat 11, sustainable fashion, and more.
Gaming

These great games will make you pull out your PSP again

Grab your PlayStation Portable and take a look at some of our favorite games for the aging PSP, including entries in the God of War, Ratchet & Clank, and Grand Theft Auto franchises.
Gaming

You can now stream PS4 games on your PC using Remote Play (and here’s how)

Remote Play is one of the PlaySation 4's most intriguing features. This guide will show you how to properly set up Remote Play, so you can start streaming your PS4 games on your PlayStation Vita, PC, Mac, or Xperia device.
Computing

AMD's upcoming Navi graphics cards are incoming. Here's what to expect

AMD's Navi graphics cards could be available as soon as July 2019 — as long as it's not delayed by stock problems. Billed as a successor to Polaris, Navi promises to deliver better performance to consoles like Sony's PlayStation 5.
Computing

Working hard or hardly working? Do it right with these versatile PC desks

Looking for a new piece of furniture that will fit in your office, dorm, or gaming cave? Here are some of our favorite computer desks on the market, whether you're a serious gamer looking for an upgrade, or just moved into a new space.
Gaming

Collected ’em all? Here are 10 collection-based RPGs Pokémon fans should try

The Pokémon games offer more than 700 monsters to catch and train, sure, but what do you do once you've caught 'em all? These 10 Pokémon-style games will help you find your next fix when need a new set of critters to catch and train.
Gaming

Persona 5 The Royal due in 2020, will introduce new character and story chapter

Details for Persona 5 The Royal, an enhanced re-release of the original game, have been revealed in a new trailer from Atlus. The Royal introduces a new character that joins the Phantom Thieves and improves the overall experience.