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Liberty Island is an island near New York City. In Deus Ex, JC Denton's first mission takes place here. Liberty Island is the location of the United Nations Anti-Terrorist Coalition Headquarters. It is also home to the damaged Statue of Liberty, and its disembodied head.
Deus Ex Edit
Access to the island is available through both the south and north docks. In a daring raid, the National Secessionist Forces attack Liberty Island to intercept a shipment of Ambrosia, managing to capture Gunther Hermann in the siege. The protagonist, JC Denton, is ordered to infiltrate the statue to rescue Hermann and interrogate the NSF commander Leo Gold near the top of the reachable section of the tower.
After the NSF raid on Liberty Island, the rest of the island is closed off for investigation, only allowing access to UNATCO HQ by helicopter.
On the last visit to Liberty Island, if managing to get out from the gate, JC can encounter an hostile NSF mercenary thug walking, just left from the main entrance of the statue. This is an uncancelled mistake from the first visit, where the thug usually was.
Deus Ex: Invisible War Edit
|"JC Denton began his career by helping to neutralize a band of terrorists who had taken control of Liberty Island. The island once concealed a United Nations Anti-Terrorist Coalition (UNATCO) base. Since the Collapse, the island has been abandoned. Paul Denton worked for UNATCO until he defected when he learned of their corruption."|
|- Deus Ex: Invisible War description, 2072|
- During Deus Ex a sunken boat can be found just off the north dock of the island.
- The comm van bedside UNATCO headquarters requires the code 0451 to enter it. This number is a reference to the door code that was needed to access the offices of Looking Glass Studios. The number first appeared in Looking Glass' game System Shock, as well as its sequel System Shock 2. The code has since appeared in numerous other games including Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: The Fall.