Deus Ex’s Eidos Montreal calls out Call of Duty for jumping on the bandwagon

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a game by Eidos Montreal back in 2011 that featured cybernetic enhancements in the near future. You have one side fighting for the technology, and you have another side crying foul. Before the game came out, there was a cool advert that shows a montage of how cool cybernetic enhancements were. It quickly was hacked and revealed how the company behind the enhancements were evil. Fast-forward to 2015, and we have a new teaser for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, which features… a montage of cybernetic enhancements in the near future looking promising, only to have the mood be ruined by protesters.

As you can tell, some fans quickly picked up on how the new teaser trailer for Black Ops III was similar to Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Gamers aren’t the only ones noticing, since Eidos Montreal’s social media and the game’s Executive Art Director also picked up on it.

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Can two series co-exist where cybernetic enhancements are taking over in the future with a big crowd fearing that scientists are playing god?

The new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III will be out this Sunday.

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