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Get Ready to Ghost Some Bosses in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
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04.15.15 - 3:26 PM

Fans of Deus Ex: Human Revolution may have noticed a special guest on Twitter recently. Jean-Francoise Dugas, the director of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the highly anticipated sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution has taken to the social networking site to answer some questions about the new game. A trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was released after the game's existence was recently leaked from a Game Informer article. Check it out below.

Here are some of the highlights from Twitter:

Q: How does the camera work? Similar to Human Revolution or have there been changes? Are takedowns still in third-person?

A: Similar to Human Revolution.


Q: Will Mankind Divided be ghostable?

A: As always and even on boss side, finally!


Q: Are conversation boss battles from Human Revolution coming back?

A: Yes.


Q: Will Mankind Divided feature New Game+?

A: I would love it, we’ll see.


Q: I think you forgot to show us the map. :)

A: I didn’t forget, it’s not ready, still in the oven cooking. ;)

Q: Would you consider a ‘1999 mode’ like we saw in Bioshock Infinite? Just something to challenge veterans?

A: We’ll have the ‘Give me Deus Ex’ again. Not exactly like the 1999 mode but you should expect a real challenge.


As of now, an official release date for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has not been given.


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