Eidos-Montréal removes anti-jailbreaking measure from Deus Ex: The Fall in latest update
Eidos-Montréal has updated Deus Ex: The Fall
and removed the pesky anti-jailbreaking measure on which we reported late last week.
Before this update landed on the App Store, you see, you couldn't fire your weapon in Deus Ex: The Fall
if you were playing the game on a jailbroken iPhone or iPad.
This update features a number of other improvements, too.
You'll now earn more XP rewards and credits for completing objectives and other tasks, for example.
Furthermore, powerful weapons like the high-end plasma rifle and the rocket launcher have been reduced in price. Less-powerful weapons like the Combat Rifle, meanwhile, have received a mix of damage and accuracy stat boosts.
At review, we gave Deus Ex: The Fall
a super shiny Silver Award. We called it an "ambitious, flawed, but ultimately entertaining FPS".
You can grab the newly updated Deus Ex: The Fall
from the App Store for £4.99 / $6.99.