The PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be playable across five monitors with AMD’s Eyefinity function.
That’s if you have enough disposable income for five monitors, anyway. In which case shouldn’t you be busy doing investment banking or ruining the economy, or something?
In addition to the multi-monitor madness, Human Revolution will support DirectX 11 and (with compatible screens) full 3D. Apparently, dual core CPUs will be well utilised too, offering “up to a 70% increase” in speed, according to details given to PC Gamer.

All of which should enable players to get a good look at art director Jonathan Jacques Bellete’s work. Read our interview with him, here.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be released in August for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

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