Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link Crack/Patch

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link The DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION conspiracy grows deeper in The Missing Link. During lead character Adam Jensen’s quest for the truth in DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION, he mysteriously vanishes for three days. Where was he? What did he find out? The Missing Link reveals it all.

Download Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
7.5
Downloads 2185
Genre Action Adventure, Sci-Fi, General
Company / Developer
Square Enix / Eidos Montreal

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link reviews ( 7 )

Pneuvo, Oct 25, 2011

This DLC adds to the Deus Ex story and lore. It plays just a bit harder than the game itself, which is probably appropriate. Lots of little easter eggs, and a visit or two from characters you might remember from other Deus Ex venues. No new weapons or augs, but some interesting dilemmas and achievements, including one where you use no weapons or augs! Some improvements to the engine to make the ocean and weather more "whoa!" Satisfying experience, rated at 5 hours, took me 8.

Rigel86, Jan 5, 2012

I absolutely love it. Great story, fantastic atmosphere. I can see that a lot of negative critics come from the pricing model - well, I bought it on Christmas/New Year discount for â

Skytop, Jun 23, 2012

For $15, you get an extra 4-6 hours of gameplay. Might sound like a bit much, but compared to $15 for a few new multiplayer maps in games like Call of Duty, this DLC is a diamond amongst a sea of **** If you enjoyed the core game, then give this a shot. Improvements to lighting, more of the excellent soundtracks, and more Deus Ex. Challenging, atmospheric, and high replay value. It's the Deus Ex experience we all know and love dearly.

JimCorbett, Oct 27, 2012

Pretty good DLC, if a bit short. There aren't any new weapons or gadgets in this, but it's an entirely new location. It took me about 5 hours to finish my first playthrough; there is a bit of replayability if you want to go though again and try for a different style of play or make different choices. The story doesn't exactly tie in very well, but it's still relatively interesting. Oh, the final boss battle is far better than the ones in the original game. Overall, it's a good DLC, if you can get it for cheap.

TSTINKERS, Jul 20, 2013

It was good. I think Meta Critic has the reviews right and this is about a 7. The mission and location was not as exciting as the original Deus. ie. In the original you got to interact with a lot of characters and do a bunch of side quests and discover new weapons etc. This add-on doesn't really have new weapons or anything. It's OK.

xZippy, Aug 11, 2013

It's a decent DLC, but it's not exactly mindblowing. It gives a nice treat to Deus Ex fans by expanding the story a bit, and it picks a good part in the original game where the expansion would fit in. If you're hardcore Deus Ex fan, this is worth the money, otherwise it probably wouldn't be. Still, you get some new settings, characters and plot points that hold up well.

syrik, Oct 18, 2011

$15 DLC....wow. That's more expensive than the original game if you go by playtime. All for a part of the story that appears in the middle of the original campaign, so should have probably been included in the game in the first place. It's not even an addition to the story, it's a part they left out so they could sell it to you later, FOR MORE THAN THE ORIGINAL! Pass on Eidos, forever.