‘Deus Ex: The Fall’ Gets iPad 2 Support, AI Improvements In Latest Update



Those still rocking an iPad 2 may have been disappointed to see that it wasn’t supported by Deus Ex: The Fall when the title made its debut on iOS last month, but a new update out today fixes that problem. It also brings major improvements to enemy artificial intelligence, and addresses some bugs.

If you have an iPad 2, you should now be able to download and play Deus Ex following today’s update. The full list of devices supported by the game now includes the second-, third-, and fourth-generation iPad; the iPad mini; the iPhone 4S and the iPhone 5, and the fifth-generation iPod touch.

The update also updates the game’s AI, “meaning that enemies do not lose sight of the player,” according to the release notes. Finally, there are other fixes for “some known crash bugs.”

The latest version of Deus Ex: The Fall can be downloaded from the App Store now. It’s priced at $6.99, and you’ll need at least 1.6GB of free space to install it. But it’s definitely worth it.

Source: App Store


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