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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Announcement Trailer


Yesterday Square Enix officially announced the follow-up game to it's 2011 hit Deus Ex: Human Revolution via one hell of a CGI trailer.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided takes place two years after the events of Human Revolution and see's the return of our protagonist Adam Jensen. Tensions are high between augmented individuals and those without causing ever increase conflicts; that's the premise of Mankind Divided. Going by the trailer the Illuminati has a part of play in the events as they add fuel to the fire in the hostility between the two groups. Wouldn't be the first time.

I can't stress enough how much I loved Human Revolution and enjoyed my playthroughs. After seeing this I'm definitely going to jump back in for another go. Mankind Divided looks like it'll let you be even more of an augmented bad ass and I can't wait for the opportunity to try out some new augments. If the actually game is an reflection of the trailer then there will be much fun to be had.

There's no current release date for Dues Ex: Mankind Divided but it will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC but I know we're all eager to hear more.





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