Deus Ex: Human Revolution is due out in August but the PC port of the next game in the acclaimed cyberpunk-themed RPG series from publisher Square Enix won't be handled by the game's primary developer at Eidos Montreal. Shacknews is reporting that the PC version is being handled by little known developer Nixxes Software from the Netherlands.
According to the story, Eidos Montreal doesn't have enough people to handle all three versions of the game at once. However Nixxes Software is no stranger to this kind of work. It also handled the PC port for other previous Square Enix games such as Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Eidos Montreal's game director Jean-François Dugas states that the main team is still involved in the PC port, saying, "We review the builds. We review and then give comments about what works and what doesn't."