Scott Clay
E3 2015: Deus Ex Mankind Divided To Launch Early 2016
Time to upgrade those augmentations again.
06.16.15 - 9:39 PM

The recently announced Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will launch in early 2016 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game once again stars Adam Jensen, with a new arsenal of augmentations and weapons, as he deals with the growing chaos and tension caused by the segregation of augmented humans. Square Enix has this to say about the new entry in the series.

Our game is set in 2029, in a world where mechanically augmented humans have been deemed outcasts, seen as a danger for the rest of society. Many of them are feared and branded as terrorists. The world is in a constant state of chaos and tension, as the augmented population try to resist this segregation. We call our setting the Mechanical Apartheid.

As youíve seen in our trailer, Adam Jensen is now equipped with an all-new arsenal of state-of-the-art weapons and augmentations: he represents the human 2.0. These new possibilities will support even more the multi-path and multi-solution design of Deus Ex. You can play the game the way you want: stealthy, full combat, a mix of both, aggressive but non-lethal and more Ė we will never impose a specific play style on you. Itís all about being creative with the tools you have at your disposal!

Don't forget to check out the new gameplay trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided down below!

They've also released a tech demo which you can see for yourself below:


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