In the early 2020s, LIMB clinics are located in many major cities across the globe, such as Detroit and Hengsha. Smaller LIMB clinics can be found outside major cities, such as the one located in Panchaea which provides its largely augmented workforce with the products they require.
These clinics offer the surgeries to implant mechanical augmentations. They sell neuropozyne to counteract the rejection syndrome caused by mechanical augmentations, as well as other products needed by augmented people such as Praxis software, ammunition for the Typhoon and energy containers to power augmentations. It is also at LIMB clinics that augmented people are offered the new biochip.
By 2029, two years after the Aug Incident, LIMB clinics are starting to close their doors worldwide. Prague, once home to one of the largest populations of augmented people, now has an abandoned LIMB clinic in the wake of the Aug Incident. The decline of LIMB clinics is the result of the decline of mechanical augmentations and the public's increasingly hostile opinions towards them.
By the 2050s, there are no known LIMB clinics. With so few members of the public mechanically augmented, the services offered by LIMB would appear to be unnecessary.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Edit
In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Adam Jensen can visit LIMB clinics to purchase various items related to his augmentations. There are three locations of LIMB clinics: Detroit and Hengsha, and Panchaea. The location in Panchaea is hidden behind a vending machine. The contents of the store is as follows:
|Item||Price Per Unit||Quantity||Stack Size|
|Cyberboost Pro Energy Jar||250||2||
Deus Ex: The Fall Edit
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Edit
In Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, an abandoned LIMB clinic in the Dávný District of Prague is used by Jensen and Alex Vega as one of their meeting places, to which Vega comments how it was a sign that Prague saw them (i.e., augmented people) as their future until the Aug Incident happened.
- The facade of the Detroit LIMB clinic appears to be heavily influenced by TOD's Omotesando Building in Tokyo.
- The Chinese name 肢体, which may be in error as it is seen only on Hengsha city street signs and not inside the L.I.M.B clinics themselves, is the ordinary word for "limb" ("extremity/body part") and does not allude to the "liberty in mind and body" acronym.