Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for the Xbox One is available right now to pre-order and for pre-download. This is interesting considering the game won’t be playable until August 23, 2016. However, this shouldn’t be much of an issue seeing as the developer is planning to give away Deus Ex: Human Revolution and its Missing Link DLC free of charge for a limited time.
This deal is only available to those who pre-ordered the game, a move probably designed to keep players busy by getting accustomed to the story before the newest installment comes out. Seeing as Human Revolution was never released for current generation consoles, the game will be available on the Xbox One by means of backwards compatibility.
According to Major Nelson, codes will be delivered to players within 7 to 10 days after the game is purchased.
Before pre-ordering, bear mind there are two versions of this game: the Standard version and the Deluxe version:
- The Digital Standard Edition bundle ($59.99) includes the game and the “Desperate Measures” DLC
- The Digital Deluxe Edition bundle ($89.99) includes the game as well as the “Desperate Measures” DLC and the game’s season pass.
Three weeks ago, publisher of the game Square Enix and developer Eidos Montreal revealed a long and impressive gameplay trailer that got many excited for the title. If you haven’t seen it yet, check out the description and the trailer below:
In 2029, mechanically augmented humans have been deemed outcasts and segregated from the rest of society. Adam Jensen, an experienced covert agent, must take advantage of state-of-the-art weapons and augmentations, and choose the right approach, along with who to trust, in order to unravel a vast worldwide conspiracy.
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