Adam Jensen, the brooding, sunglasses loving, augmented bad ass from Deus Ex: Human Revolution is probably doing a little dance right now. Eidos-Montreal's first game, which came out late last month, shipped 2 million units in North America, Europe and PAL territories.
That's not too shabby, but since it's a prequel to one of the most beloved PC games of all time it's hardly a surprise. It helps that it was pretty damn good to boot. If you haven't had enough cyberpunk action don't fret. The recently announced DLC, Missing Link, will be available next month.
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