The Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Season Pass, which is composed of Narrative DLCs and in-game items, is loaded with content that will help to further flesh out the lore of the Deus Ex Universe.Read full description
The year is 2029, and mechanically augmented humans have now been deemed outcasts, living a life of complete and total segregation from the rest of society.
Now an experienced covert operative, Adam Jensen is forced to operate in a world that has grown to despise his kind. Armed with a new arsenal of state-of-the-art weapons and augmentations, he must choose the right approach, along with who to trust, in order to unravel a vast worldwide conspiracy.
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The Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Season Pass, which is composed of Narrative DLCs and in-game items, is loaded with content that will help to further flesh out the lore of the Deus Ex Universe. Here is what it contains:
• Two new story DLC’s - “System Rift” and “A Criminal Past”
• The “Assault” and “Tactical” packs, which include various weapons and items.
• 4 Praxis Kits.
• 5000 Credits.
• 1000 Weapon Parts.
• 5 Booster Packs and 20 Chipsets for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Breach.
Gamespot - 8/10 - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided refines and reinforces the defining foundations of the series. It creates challenging situations and gives players the tools and flexibility to deal with them in a multitude of ways, all within an absorbing cyberpunk world.
IGN - 9.2/10 - Mankind Divided’s gorgeously realized version of Prague is deeply infused with meaty, multi-part quests that give you plenty of chances to leverage its toy chest of cool gadgets and abilities.
God is a Geek - 9/10 - Mankind Divided is a hugely playable adventure in a world that will stick with you every time you log off. Beautifully grim, relentless captivating, and humanly flawed, this dystopian vision is a compelling, tightly-crafted experience.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is the new game in the Deus Ex series and you reprise the role of Adam Jensen, an ex-security officer who has delved deep into cyberpunk conspiracies. You can choose to play Mankind Divided however you want, with a variety of action and stealth options to choose from. Will you strap a huge gatling gun onto your arm, or put yourself in a huge augmentation shield? All the options are there, and how you approach it is part of the beauty that only Deus Ex can provide.
Combined with multiple dialogue choices in a grey, multifaceted world. you can immerse yourself in the world of Deus Ex and become part of a living, breathing world.
Please note: this DLC includes some consumable items which will permanently disappear from your inventory once used (including ammo, darts, grenades, weapon parts, praxis packs and credits) and will not be available in subsequent play-throughs or other saved games.
- OS: Windows 7.1SP1 or above (64-bit Operating System Required)
- Processor: Intel Core i3-2100 or AMD equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 7870 (2GB) or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (2GB)
- Storage: 45 GB available space
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit
- Processor: Intel Core i7-3770K or AMD FX 8350 Wraith
- Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 480 - 1920 x 1080 or NVIDIA GTX 970 - 1920 x 1080
- Storage: 55 GB available space
- Additional Notes: 55GB HD space includes DLC
After really good comeback of the series with Human Revolution, I couldn't wait for the sequel, although I was surprised when they revealed it will be a sequel to Jensen story, considering ending and all. And after reveal of the game they said all endings are canon - if you played HR to the end, it doesn't make sense at all and feels like a cheap cop out, since one ending is pretty dark, without spoiling much. There were some problems with HR, like horrible bosses (which got fixed by Director's Cut), cut out content to make DLC that is crucial for the plot and sets up the sequel (Missing Link) and horrible, awful shooting mechanics. Here, you can see they took to the heart and listened to all of the feedback. Bosses that force you to turn the game into the shooter? Gone, now bosses (yes, bosses, there are 2 of them, actually, but many don't know, because they ignore side content) can be taken out stealthy. Awful shooting? Gone. Now, the game feels and plays like a proper shooter. And here we start another improvement over HR - there are a lot of options. You would think that taking combat shotgun would mean leathal, deadly way, right? Not in this game, because you don't have normal bullets for your firearms, but also EMP ammo, which helps electocute/knock-out enemies! Shooter part is just right - remember awesome bullet time in FEAR games? It's here, and it's glorious! Stealth is also as good as it's been in the previous game, so there is a lot to enjoy. The plot is really good, but most people have problem with it, because they rush through the game, instead of exploring and this game is really rewarding exploration. Also, unlike HR which threw all the side quests straight in your face, here you must go look for them. All of them are really, really, really good and well written. And also are much longer and more complex than in previous game. Speaking of writing, it's also pretty solid, although from MQ13, the game's plot goes into overdrive and there are a lot of things thrown at you, which can make the game feel little short. And Jensen... Oh. My. God. In previous game, he was nothing more than a walking meme and slightly annoying. Here? He matured. He's different and has emotions. The scene after bombing and Jensen being broke down is incredible moment, like many in the whole game. Here they made him more human and have emotions, which really makes it great. As for the DLC... System Rift is meh. For the main plot, it's only important, because we learn that Pritchard helped him in Alaska, that's it. Other than that, it's ad for breach mode. As for A Criminal Past, it's great. It's Missing Link, only longer and more challenging. It could've been better if it took more out of Chronicles of Riddick and gave you more things to do in prison before going full Missing Link, but it is engaging and challenge is a lot of fun. Didn't play much of breach mode - would love to, but the colour pallete used there gives me serious headaches. As for the music, it's as incredible as in HR. Just beautiful. Main plot with nearly all side quests (missed 1 side quests, there is one main mission which you can't do on your first try, because you must choose, and some small side activities, like penguin) with maxing out both DLC took me (51 hours vanilla, 3 hours SR and 8 hours ACP) 62 hours, which I consider really good in day and age of 5-6 hour long games. In comparison, it took me 45 hours to complete HR and 8 hours Missing Link. Microtransactions are non-existent and you will have a really hard time finding them, although 1 time use DLC is pretty weak. Only downside to this game is performance - on mix of medium-high, I mostly got 60fps, but at times it liked to drop to 40 for whatever reason. It was jarring and it's sad, because if it wouldn't be for performance problems, this game could be perfect 10/10. Don't get the haters turn you down on this game, because you're missing really good game. While it's hard to justify the price of 65 pounds for DE, wait for the huge sale which will eventually come, you will not regret it.
This game is great most of the time. The themes is deals with are heady and interesting. Conversations are great. The art is really cool and production values are top notch. Combat has been improved as well as stealth. You feel like there are even more options than before and the environments are even more open ended. Unfortunately sometimes I get the feeling that the scope isn't as big as past entries and the story ends rather abruptly.
Do not set it to Ultra. Contact Hardening Shadows should also be set to On instead of Ultra as well. These settings are HUGE performance killers with very little noticeable differences ( Mainly Volumetric Lighting and CHS ) Volumetric Lighting and Contact Hardening Shadows are hard to notice on Ultra unless you compare two screenshots side by side and look for the differences. Save yourself the trouble and leave them to On or Off depending on how much of an fps boost you want. Do the above and watch your FPS jump. I'm currently getting 50 fps average ( using the provided benchmark ) with a 980ti @ 1440p on Ultra with MSAA Off and Volumetric Lighting + Contact Hardening Shadows set to On.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided shows us a new era from the story of Adam, which later finds out that he has an ability to upgrade himself with his new implemented *bling bling* mods, exclusive mods, swag. But that's too much pain for him. He needs to echilibrate his upgrades to not get a overheat and burn his own corpse alive. You will go your way to persuade, or just talk to random people, to tell them what you think it's right and that they must do that and stuff.. you will get new guns out of yourself. You can be also a murderer on the streets, hiding in random buildings from Czech cops, at least they speak English, and that's funny, because Her Majesty tongue dominated other EU... let's say EU people, after UK got out of European Union. And yet, Adam is going to make history out of his nanotech and augmented abilities in his machine skin. Minus 5 points for its week spot of bugs. The rest is good. Buy it and enjoy it if you like to resolve other people problems.
Mankind Divided does an incredible job of adding to the Deus Ex: Human Revolution experience without crippling drawbacks. The stealth is more fluid, but the real improvements are in the ability to talk your way out of more situations, so relying on a standalone weapon for boss battles is no longer necessary. Avoiding stealth entirely is made more viable with the addition of new abilities, both in lethal and nonlethal categories. The only drawback is the Denuvo DRM, but this has little to no effect on the gameplay outside of loading screens. If you were a fan of Human Revolution, I would recommend picking this game up as well.
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