PC gamers looking forward to the anticipated next chapter of the Deus Ex saga might be slightly concerned to hear that the PC version of the game was actually developed alongside a partner studio. ShackNews reports that Eidos Montreal has reached out to Netherlands-based developer Nixxes Software to help with the PC version of the game.
It doesn’t seem like there’s much to worry about though, as according to game director Jean-François Dugas, Eidos Montreal still remains hands-on with the project. “It’s the exact same process, except that the programmers aren’t in the same office. It’s the same game and the same creative team taking care of it,” he states.
It definitely feels as if Eidos Montreal is giving it their all, so I highly doubt PC gamers will be shafted by another shoddy port this time around. Deus Ex: Human Revolution comes out for the PS3, PC, and 360 on August 25.