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Monday, 03 December 2007 12:08

Deus Ex 3 to use Tomb Raider engine

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Might look good

 

Eidos Montreal's recent announcement on development of the new Deus Ex sequel has drawn much attention. In addition to that, Eidos Montreal has announced that Deus Ex 3 will use a modified Tomb Raider: Legend engine which is owned by Crystal Dynamics, an Eidos-owned studio.

According to the statement on Develop, made by Stephane D'Astous, they chose the Tomb Raider engine so Eidos could benefit from the development and modifications that will be done by the Deus Ex 3 developer team. Stephane also emphasized the fact that having that technology gives them a great advantage and foundation from the start.

In addition to those announcements, Eidos has filed a trademark listing for Tomb Raider Underworld, which will end up to be yet another sequel in Tomb Raider series. The Deus Ex 3 is slowly getting more and more attention and we hope that more information will be available soon.

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