Square Enix shows off new Deus Ex: Mankind Divided trailer
Not too long ago, Square Enix and Eidos Montreal released a six-minute long trailer of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The trailer was designed to give fans an idea of what to expect once the game becomes available at retail later this year.
The new game’s storyline is set in the year 2029, two years after the previous 2011 installment game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution. This gameplay trailer truly shines and we expect fans of the series to be very excited for what is to come and the overall future of the franchise.
Here’s the full description:
In Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, you become Adam Jensen, a counterterrorism agent working for an Interpol unit known as Task Force 29. On the surface, Jensen’s goal is to hunt down terrorists in a world that’s spinning out of control, where mechanically augmented humans live a life of complete and total segregation from the rest of society. But what he’s really after are the Illuminati: the men and women who are always pulling the strings.
His investigation will take you around the world, with the decisions you make and the actions you take playing a crucial role in determining the game’s outcome. Choose between combat, stealth, social, and hacking approaches to achieve your objectives. Be mindful though, as there will be a meaningful consequence to every action and choice you make.
While the game was officially set for a February 23, 2016 release, Eidos Montreal decided to push it to an August 23, 2016 release instead. At the moment, PC gamers can pre-order the game to get an exclusive mission. As for when Xbox One owners will get the chance to pre-order Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, we have no idea. Chances are, it could be after E3 2016.
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