Deus Ex: Human Revolution Headed To Mac Later This Year

For the six of you here who game on a Mac, and I am one, be advised that Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be ported to that platform by the end of the year or early next year.

Mac gaming, long a stepchild, has been on a modest rebound lately, especially with Steam support for the platform. A Deus Ex port, even six months after the fact, would be one of the fastest port jobs in recent memory. Feral Interactive will be handling the job.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Coming to the Mac Soon [ZDNet]


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    Duke Nukem Forever was only about a month.

    Not sure if thats a good thing though...

    Hehe...Macintosh.

    Its probably because Mac is good for gaming.

    Well that's a good thing. Soon enough the mac fanboys will have a decent amount of games. Sure they won't run any better than the PC equivalents but it'll be nice for them to be able to scratch something off the list of reasons why macs are a joke.

    Oh man I can't wait to play this game on my Macbook. I'll just have to buy a new graphics ca- oh. Ohhh. Damn.

      All the 2011 Macbook pros ship with Thunderbolt ports. Thunderbolt is an external PCI-Express port, and one of the peripherals available is an external Graphics card bay so you actually CAN upgrade the graphics on a mac laptop externally, which no PC laptop can currently do.

        Wow so now I can have a big chunky graphics card sticking out of the side of my laptop...I wonder why windows based laptops don't have such a feature...hmmm....

        Actually, I would be very surprised that Apple would let you upgrade your graphics card, as they tightly control the hardware that OSX runs on.

        Oh, and the Sony Vaio Z has an external GPU solution.
        http://www.macrumors.com/2011/06/27/example-of-an-external-dock-and-gpu-over-thunderbolt-technology/

        I personally like the idea, but I think I even read somewhere the thunderbolt still doesn't give the same bandwidth as PCI-E either.

    haha what a joke. Almost as funny as linux gamers. This is good though, might give OpenGL a bit of a push for a comeback; its never good for one side (MS/DirectX) to get too much power/dominance.

    I hope they give us a demo, I'd be interested to see how much they have to scale it down.

    Hey! Quit it with the exaggeration, there are at least 12 of us!

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