This is the last developer diary for Deus Ex: Human Revolution. In it, the studio bigs up its sound department, detailing the audio behind one of 2011's biggest games. Learn about the music, sound effects and voice acting. Or don't, if you're one of those "I MUST NOT SEE ANYTHING UNTIL THE GAME IS RELEASED" types.
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