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Deus Ex Mankind Divided gets first story DLC

System Rift is the first piece of story DLC to hit Deus Ex Mankind Divided, with a second one also planned for release.

The DLC has Adam team up with Frank Pritchard, a character from the first title, who calls in a favour owed – although by helping Pritchard – Adam may be able to get one step closer in uncovering the identity of the Illuminati, a mysterious group that has been watching Adam from the shadows.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided season pass content revealed

With the official launch of the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided imminent, Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have announced the content of the games Season Pass. As like any other game the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Season Pass not only comes with content to help you explore and further your understanding of the Deus Ex Universe but also contains access to two expansions that will be released later this year and next. Further detail of the Season Pass content can be seen below:

In Game Items:

  • Assault Pack:  Prepare to advance and assault the enemy with a custom skinned Battle Rifle, the Chaff Augmentation, one pack of regular Battle Rifle ammo, one pack of armor piercing Battle Rifle ammo, 2 Frag Grenades, and 2 EMP Grenades.
  • Tactical Pack: Using distance to your advantage, eliminate your targets silently with a custom skinned Tranquilizer Rifle, the Micro Assembler Augmentation, one pack of tranquilizer ammo, 3 Smoke Grenades, and 2 Gas Grenades.
  • 4 Praxis Kits – These additional Praxis Kits will allow you to further develop the augmentations of your choosing, moving you one step closer to unlocking Adam’s full potential.
  • 5000 Credits – Bolster your wallet with additional credits, providing you with extra spending money to purchase Praxis Kits, ammo, weapons, or anything else you may find at the shops in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
  • 1000 Crafting Parts – Use crafting parts to craft upgrades, such as increased damage and accuracy, for any weapon in your inventory
  • 5 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach Booster Packs – Open your booster packs to unlock new weapons and items, Praxis points, premium ammo, and more, helping to augment and enhance your avatar in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach.
  • 20 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach Chipsets – Use your chipsets to acquire exclusive items in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach, such as premium Booster Packs and custom weapons.

Future Story Expansions:

  • System Rift – Available this fall.
  • A Criminal Past – Available Early 2017

We will post further details about the Story Expansions (DLC’s) as soon as information becomes available.

The Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Season Pass is included in the Digital Deluxe Edition and can also be secured on Xbox Live and online stores for £24.99. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will launch on August 23rd for the Xbox One and Windows PC.

Get your augment on with Deus Ex controller designs

Grab your pencils, paints and dust off those Photoshop skills because Xbox UK, Square Enix and Eidos Montreal are offering to augment your controller.

Open to UK residents, entries must be submitted by August 17 and all you need to do to enter is download their controller template and augment it by producing a Deus Ex Mankind Divided inspired design using your favourite graphics package or by doing things the traditional way and breaking out the pen and ink.

Once you’ve created your masterpiece, you must upload the design to either twitter or Facebook with #AugmentedController. Eight finalists will then be chosen by Eidos Montreal and put up for public voting on August 22.

The wining design will win its owner a Deus Ex Mankind Divided Augmented Edition and four Xbox One S Controllers customised in the winning design – that’s one heck of a prize!

Jump over to the official page to grab your template and to accept the terms and conditions.

Here’s what I came up with:

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – New Gameplay Demo

Check out the latest gameplay demo from Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

In this section of the game, set in the poor district of the city, Adam Jensen wakes up after being caught in a devastating attack, allegedly perpetrated by augmented extremists, which is causing his augs to malfunction. He needs to see Vaclav Koller, an underground augmentation specialist, so that he can have a look at them and help him get back into shape.

I’m getting really excited by this title, what are your thoughts? Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is coming August 23rd, 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. #CantKillProgress

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided release live action trailer

As with all major games to date, at some point a live action trailer is released. Today was the turn of Square-Enix and Eidos-Montréal as they revealed their Live Action Trailer for the much-anticipated Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. This trailer takes us into the world of Deus Ex, providing us with an insight into how things have changed since the original events in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. How the human race shifted from the golden era of augmentation to the Mechanical Apartheid.

In the year 2027, mechanically augmented people all over the world suffered from extreme psychotic delusions, lost control of themselves, and started attacking people. Millions died and hundreds of thousands were injured and maimed. Society became divided by hatred, prejudice, and fear, with many countries enacting harsh laws. The most notable of these laws was the highly controversial “Human Restoration Act”, aimed at isolating “Augs” and keeping them away from “Naturals”.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will launch on August 23rd 2016 for Xbox One.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – 101 Trailer

Square-Enix® and Eidos®-Montréal have released a brand new trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. In this official 101 trailer Adam Jensen, who we all know from previous games, takes us on a short investigation allowing us to gain insight into the storyline behind the game. We get to learn about Jensen’s improved augmentations and see brand new footage of his apartment and new locations in Europe and Prague.

Jensen must choose who to trust, in order to unravel a vast worldwide conspiracy and whether going rogue or by the book, choices never come without consequences.

Along with the latest trailer comes information about the various editions that will be available to buy.

BOXED EDITIONS (Xbox One)

Day One Edition – £54.99 / €69.99
o    Extra in-game mission
o    Covert agent packs: this pack contains a compilation of in-game items, including various weapons, re-skins, and upgrades. Using the wide variety of items included in this pack, you will be able to both sport a custom look, and obtain additional tools to support your play style of choice
o    Digital OST Sampler
o    Digital Books (Mini Artbook + Novella + Comic book)

Collector’s Edition – £109.99 / €129.99
o    All Day-One Edition content
o    Exclusive Black and Gold Prism box
o    9” Adam Jensen Figurine
o    48-Page Artbook
o    Steelbook

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Collectors Edition
DIGITAL EDITION (Xbox One)

Digital Standard Edition – £49.99 / €69.99
o    Extra in-game mission
o    Covert agent packs: This pack contains a compilation of in-game items, including various weapons, re-skins, and upgrades. Using the wide variety of items included in this pack, you will be able to both sport a custom look, and obtain additional tools to support your play style of choice

Digital Deluxe Edition – £74.99 / €99.99
o    All Digital Standard Edition content
o    Season Pass

Deux Ex: Mankind Divided can now be pre-ordered on the Xbox Live online store. Anyone who secures these Digital Editions will receive the Digital OST Sampler, Digital Novella, Digital Mini Artbook, and a Digital Comic Book.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will launch on August 23rd 2016 for Xbox One and the Season Pass will also be available to buy on the same day.

Deus Ex Mankind Divided delayed by six months

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Originally penned for a February release, Deus Ex Mankind Divided is now slated for August.

Head of Studio David Anfossi took to the game’s official site to confirm the delay, confident that an extra six months will allow them to realise their vision of being a worthy successor to Human Revolution.

We are sorry to disappoint you with this news, and also thank you for all of your support and comments. This game is a huge part of our lives, and we don’t want to compromise on its quality.

Deus Ex Mankind Divided’s new release date is August 23, 2016.

Deus Ex : Mankind Divided launch date confirmed

Deus-Ex-Mankind-DividedSquare Enix Inc. and Eidos-Montréal® announced today that Deus Ex: Mankind Divided® will officially launch globally on February 23, 2016.

They also  revealed “Augment Your Pre-Order” – the pre-order campaign for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, in which increasing tiers of pre-order bonuses will be unlocked as more copies of the game are reserved, worldwide in select countries. The campaign will give fans an opportunity to collectively expand and enhance their own customized Day One Edition of the newest entry in the Deus Ex® franchise. In the spirit of emphasizing player choice, fans will be able to choose which pre-order bonuses they will receive from each unlocked tier. In addition the fans will have the opportunity to shift the official release date early by 4 days.

Augment Your Pre-Order Campaign Details:

TIER 1 – ONE ITEM PER PRE-ORDER (UNLOCKED FOR EVERYONE ON AUG. 31)
Choose between three Starter Packs that cater to stealth, aggressive or nostalgic players.
·         Intruder Pack – Provides a custom-skinned version of Adam Jensen’s trench coat and pistol with a silencer, laser sight, recoil and accuracy upgrades. Other bonuses include two EMP grenades, five packs of 10MM pistol ammo, 1000 credits and a Praxis point for early augmentations.
·         Enforcer Pack – Includes a custom-skinned version of Adam Jensen’s combat armor and combat rifle with a holosight, reload and capacity upgrades. Players will also receive two HE grenades, five packs of 5.56MM combat rifle ammo, 1000 credits and a Praxis Point for early augmentations
·         Classic Pack – Grants access to Adam Jensen’s iconic combat armor, trench coat and revolver from Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Players will also receive an extra pack of revolver Ammo.

TIER 2 – ONE ITEM PER PRE-ORDER
Pick between one of two bonuses that further immerse players into the game world – a digital art book that shows the aesthetic of the game, or a digital OST sampler with six tracks from award winning composer Michael McCann.

TIER 3 – AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE
Unlock the “Desperate Measures” pre-order mission in which Adam returns to the epicenter of the Ruzicka Train Station explosion and must rely on his augmentations and covert operative skills to unveil the true culprit responsible for the bombing.

TIER 4 – ONE ITEM PER PRE-ORDER
Get an in-depth look at the Deus Ex universe with a digital comic book that dives deeper into the game’s global conspiracies, or with a novella that follows iconic characters from Deus Ex: Human Revolution with new and unknown details on their lives.

TIER 5 – AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE
For the first time in the franchise’s history, if players meet this tier, the game will release four days before the official release date.

 

 

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Take a vote on Deus Ex’s Collector’s Edition content

Square Enix and Eidos would like to know your thoughts on their proposed content for the Collector’s Edition of Deus Ex Mankind Divided.

There are ten options to choose from – like a lunchbox, similar to the Fallout 3 Collector’s Edition, or a material tattoo sleeve so you too can have a bionic arm. You can select the three that you like the most (in order of preference) then wait to see which ones make the final cut!

E3 Square Enix Conference – round-up

The final conference we’re covering is Square Enix, and this is a first for them at E3 so let’s see how they do.

First up is Just Cause 3, showing off the destructible buildings, retractable grappling hook, and adrenaline fuelled action amongst explosion filled gun fights, wing suit flying, two-handed weapons firing from a stable parachute, and physics based carnage. It looks terrific and we can’t wait to play it when it releases on December 1st this year.

Next up Platinum games have something to tease. Concept art with subtle animation and a quick, animated character reveal is all they can show us before the title Nier New Project appears. More information is due in the fall, and for now all they’re saying is it’s coming to PS4, hopefully it’ll hit Xbox One as well; we’re big fans of the original.

Just Cause 3

Rise of the Tomb Raider makes an appearance next, showing the same gameplay footage seen at the Microsoft conference before a short behind the scenes look at developers, Crystal Dynamics, showing us the level of detail on Lara and her clothes, which get dirty and blood stained during combat, and collect snow in snowy environments. It’s certainly a superbly detailed looking game, and if it’s half as good as the first one then we’re in for a treat, and with the promise of far more tombs to explore we’re pretty excited to play it.

Square Enix aren’t done with Tomb Raider reveals yet, as Lara Croft Go is revealed, a turn based exploration games similar to the Hitman Go title. This is coming soon to mobile.

After a montage of game footage including a look at Final Fantasy 14, Life is Strange and Dragon Quest Heroes, a missing translator adds some confusion as to what’s being said on stage before the same Final Fantasy 7 remake trailer from the Sony conference is shown. More information on the remake is due in the Winter, but they were quick to point out it’s only just started development, so it’ll be a while off. As for the PS4 version of the PC port of the original FF7, that will released this Winter, and by the end of the Summer for iOS. Hopefully we’ll see it on Xbox One as well, same goes for the remake which is currently only being talked about on PS4.

Rise of the Tomb Raider

Next up was footage of a new Kingdom Hearts game, Kingdom Hearts X Unchained, coming to mobile, before some gameplay footage of Kingdom Hearts 3, looking as detailed, fast paced, and fantastic as we’d expect.

A new Final Fantasy game was revealed next, World of Final Fantasy, an incredibly cute looking title with a toy figurine aesthetic. You must defeat and then recruit Final Fantasy monsters to your party, and can shrink them and yourself to ride each other. Depending on how characters and monsters are stacked determines their strengths, abilities and weaknesses. It’s scheduled for release in 2016, and once again they’re talking about PS4 and PS Vita, but here’s hoping the Xbox One gets a release too.

World of Final Fantasy

Another montage shows off a bunch more titles, some of which we’ve already seen as well as some footage from the highly anticipated Final Fantasy 15.

Next up was more information on the new Hitman title. New content will be frequently created and released based on player feedback. Meanwhile, the player created contracts from the previous title return, as well as new persistent outcome mission where you get one chance to play it and whatever happens can’t be changed.

Square Enix next announced a partnership with Tri Ace on PS4 exclusive title, Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, due for release in 2016.

Deus Ex Mankind Divided

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was up next, showing off some gameplay footage and claiming multiple endings dependent on your actions throughout the game. Once again you play as Adam Jensen, and can play through the game with stealth, brute force, or a mixture of the two. It looks visually impressive, with large areas teeming with physics-based objects. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is scheduled for release early 2016.

The conference closes with the announcement of a new JRPG focused studio, Tokyo RPG Factory, who are working on a new game called Project Setsuna, due for release in 2016, but with only concept art to tease us, information in thin on the ground.

Marred by poor structure, dodgy translations and confusion, the Square Enix conference was certainly the weakest from this year’s E3. But amongst the awkward was some great footage of some great games, so there’s still plenty to be excited about coming from Square Enix this year and next. It was a shame to only see some titles in montages, though.