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Deus Ex: The Fall arrives for Android devices

Square Enix has announced Deus Ex: The Fall is now available on Android devices from the Google Play Store.

Originally released on iOS in the App Store last year, Android fans of the series can now get their fingers on the mobile game.

Developed by Eidos Montreal in collaboration with N-Fusion, Deus Ex: The Fall follows on from where Deus Ex novel, The Icarus Effect, left off. Gamers are immersed into the story of former British SAS Mercenary Ben Saxon who underwent physical augmentation and is now searching for the truth behind a drug conspiracy.

The mobile game claims to offer high impact action, the ability to choose your tactics and how you play through the missions set within “huge” environments.

Apparently, the game is available to download now from the Google Play store for £4.99 and is compatible with “all major Android devices”.

However, when we headed to the Google Play store to try the game for ourselves, we couldn’t find any trace of it among the apps.

We expect Deus Ex: The Fall will arrive in the Google Play store at some point today, so keep your eyes peeled for the mobile game.

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