Square Enix’s Deus Ex: The Fall now available on Android


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When Square Enix first announced they’d be bringing Deus Ex: The Fall to mobile devices — iOS first, then Android later — we didn’t think it’d take this long before it hit the Play Store. To be fair, they never were specific on timing, but after launching on iOS nearly 7 months ago, the much anticipated Deus Ex: The Fall is now finally ready for your Android devices. Well, once it officially lands on the Play Store later today. [UPDATE: It’s live]


A continuation of the story from Deus Ex: The Icarus Effect, DE: TF combines stealth gameplay with a story driven action RPG. That means you’ll spend a good portion of your time ducking behind cover, sniping enemies in the head, lobbing grenades, and upgrading your character with various augments.

No word on gamepad support, but we’re hoping with vast amount of options out there, something will be supported. We’ve included the launch trailer below, as well as the Play Store link. You can pick up Deus Ex: The Fall on Google Play for $7.

Download on Google Play: Deus Ex: The Fall

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. So long as there is controller support this might be good. Keeping an eye out…

    1. The touch controls in this game are very decent and nicely done.

  2. It’s about dam time. Been waiting for this. I’ve played ALL the deus ex games. THE best franchise if you’re into futurism.

    1. Futurism is a game genre? Or is it a description of the game?

      I mean, to me, this just looks like another first-person shooter set in the future. Then again, I don’t really play FPS, so I guess that’s why I’m not that interested. =.S

      1. have you played the main game deus ex human revolution? i haven’t look into the mobile version yet but the main game is quite good (pc and home console).

  3. I can buy it on my tmoble note 3 now. Downloading as I type this

  4. I’ll be getting this come pay day

    1. IKR!? I be thinking like that with apps too. I usually move about $20 to my Google wallet card per pay day and limit that to apps.

      If not, I’d lose all my money on games and stuff. LoL!!

  5. I would buy this in a second if I saw it had controller support, the only mention of it I see is in a review that says it does not have Moga support :( What have they been doing the past few months? No controller support, not Play Games Support… Seems like they were just waiting to release it due to a contract or something..

  6. I love Deus Ex on the Wii U…might just pick this up.

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  8. Is this pay-as-you-go ware or a complete game?

    1. seems pretty complete but i haven’t got far yet

  9. Will try it out when I have time. Got to love sixaxis+touch emulation.. would be nice if it had native support though.

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