'No solid plans' for Deus Ex Go on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, but the possibility is being explored

For a time, it seemed like Square Enix had thrown their mobile game weight behind Windows 10, bringing us Lara Croft Go and Hitman Go, two excellent puzzle games based on some of their popular IP. Sadly, it doesn't look as though Deus Ex Go is joining the party anytime soon.

I reached out to Square Enix to ask whether or not Deus Ex Go would be coming to Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile, given the company's support of the Windows 10 Store with previous 'Go' titles. While they said there are no plans for Deus Ex GO to come to Windows 10 or Mobile at present, it is something they are exploring for the future.

"At this moment, there are no solid plans for Deus Ex GO to come on Windows platforms. We would love to bring it to as many platforms as possible but as we are a small studio, it can take us some time to bring our games to other platforms. We just cannot confirm if or when it will happen in Deus Ex GO's case, unfortunately."

While it's not a definitive 'yes,' it's a little more encouraging than Niantic's near-complete radio silence on Pokémon Go for Windows 10 devices, for example.

Additionally, and perhaps unsurprisingly, a separate branch of Square Enix gave me a definitive 'no' with regards to the Deus Ex Universe app, which has tie-in content for the Xbox One and Windows PC game, Deus Ex Mankind Divided.

In the meanwhile, you can check out Hitman Go and Lara Croft Go on Windows 10 using the links below. Both are very excellent premium puzzle games drawing inspiration from the Tomb Raider and Hitman franchises. Hopefully, we'll see Deus Ex Go join the lineup eventually.

Download Hitman Go from the Windows Store

QR: Hitman Go

Download Lara Croft Go from the Windows Store

QR: Lara Croft Go

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