Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was revealed a few months ago and now we finally have some official details about the game including a new trailer that looks mind blowing along with some more details and few screen shots. The game is developed using Dawn Engine and as far as the Steam Punk world goes, it really gives the world a new life.
You can check out the trailer below.
As we told you that the game is based on the new Dawn Engine that will support AMD TressFX 3.0 as well as Direct X 12. The game will be coming out in early 2016 and will be hitting PC, PS4 and Xbox One. You can check out the released screen shots below.
You can check out the hefty details about the game below.
- Takes place in 2029, 2 years after Human Revolution
- Listed as single-player, no mention of multiplayer
- Jensen is part of a covert, government-sponsored task force called Task Force 29, a new branch of Interpol, to combat a new breed of terrorism
- Jensen doesn’t full trust Task Force 29, also feeds intel to another covert organization called the Juggernaut Collective
- In true Deus Ex fashion, you often receive conflicting missions, neither can be fully trusted
- Boss encounters are designed in a way to allow players to approach any way they want (stealth, full combat, etc)
- Eidos won’t comment on which ending it considers canon but is trying to string together different parts of each ending for the overall background of Mankind Divided
- Story is in many ways a story of redemption for Jensen
- The story they’re telling is building to events that take place in the original Deus Ex
- With Mankind Divided, they’re exploring the original game’s past; “Is the depiction of past events from the original Deus Ex true? Will we discover stuff we never knew?”
- Added a lot of diversity to the environments
- Females are also now part of the regular enemies in the game
- One of Jensen’s missions takes him to Utulek Station in Prague, now a ghetto for augmented individuals
- It is nicknamed “Golem City”, based on the real life Kowloon Walled City
- Shops line the streets, temporary housing units stacked on one another reaching upwards toward the sky; claustrophobic atmosphere
- Mission to track down a leader of an aug group, but police have captured the informant
- Can choose to butter up the informant’s wife for clues or cause a scene with the police
- Alternatively Jensen can bypass this area of the game altogether and find the leader’s hideout on his own
- Mentions Jensen engaging in tense conversation with the leader, resulting in a diplomatic solution or violence
- Transhumans (augs) referred to as “clanks” by police
- “You can go full combat or full stealth throughout any part of the game”
- Side quests meant to be more meaningful; ex. players can choose to make deals with criminal organizations and its mob boss might call in a favor later interrupting main missions
- Doesn’t want fetch quests, the team sees the extra quests as a way to explore the main themes of the game more deeply
- Features twice as many augmentations as Human Revolution