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Tomb Raider: Surviving Together

Posted by Valerie Bourdeau

The secret is out!

As revealed in the cover story of the January issue of OXM, Tomb Raider is going multiplayer. For over two years, Joe Khoury and his team here at Eidos-Montréal have been stealthily developing new gameplay options for one of the most anticipated games of 2013. We're thrilled to finally be able to introduce the devs and show off their hard work!

Producer Joe Khoury and his team leads

Intruder Alert

Posted by Adam Badke

What would you say if someone told you that 7 years from now you will have left your native land with nothing but a backpack, explored the world, entered the industry of your dreams and that your travels would eventually lead you to the beautiful city of Montreal to work with some of the most talented and ambitious game developers in the world, on some of the hottest IPs of the decade?

Well it's this exact, surreal situation that I've managed to find myself in... Wow.

Halloween at Eidos Montreal

Posted by Valerie Bourdeau

All month long, we've shown you some exceptional Deus Ex cosplayers. As a Halloween treat, we're turning the cameras around to show you how we like to dress up. We ran through the studio this morning and took pictures of all the great Halloween costumes to give you this highlight reel.

First up, the winner of our costume contest, Lead Programmer David Gallardo who dressed up as a stereotype. He won by popular acclaim, as evidenced by the Mardi Gras-esque number of beads around his neck. We just love making fun of the French around here...

5th Anniversary Special Interview

Posted by Valerie Bourdeau

This year, Eidos-Montreal celebrates its fifth anniversary. We go big around here, so to mark the special event we're unveiling the studio expansion. The cutting edge new installations include a mini-theatre, a recording studio, a cafeteria and a whole bunch of new desks ready to accommodate our growing team.

We seized this opportunity to chat with the very first employees of the studio and remember the highlights of the past five years. Eidos-Montreal General Manager Stephane D'Astous and Deus Ex: Human Revolution Producer David Anfossi, Game Director Jean-François Dugas and Artistic Director Jonathan Jacques-Belletête sat down with us to share their memories of Eidos-Montreal in the early days.



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