In a recent interview with Shacknews
, Deus Ex: Human Revolution
director Jean-François Dugas explained that the PC port of the game was being developed in a "partnership" with Netherlands-based developer Nixxes Software BV. Dugas explained that the partnership was born out of a lack of manpower, adding, "It was more of a logistic problem more than anything else and having enough people to make sure it's all on the same level, all the time."
The studio is familiar with helping Eidos achieve its multiplatform goals, having developed ports for Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
, Tomb Raider Underworld
, and Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days
. Of course, the team also brought Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
to the Dreamcast, making our faith in its cross-platform development abilities absolutely iron-clad.