Experience Adam Jensen’s first mission for TF29, set before the events of Mankind Divided. Posing as a convicted criminal, Jensen is transferred deep into a hostile, high-security prison for augmented felons.Read full description
Experience Adam Jensen’s first mission for TF29, set before the events of Mankind Divided. Posing as a convicted criminal, Jensen is transferred deep into a hostile, high-security prison for augmented felons. His mission: Track down and retrieve sensitive information from a fellow undercover agent who has gone dark. Success will help the fight against terror around the world, but Jensen will need to confront a darker side to his role before the day is done.
It's a relatively long and well made story DLC taking place in a high security prison. Most characters are new and I would say more interesting than the ones in the main story. I quite liked it but if you intend to be sneaky it will be pretty challenging.
This is a very interesting side story. It's not essential for the main game's story but is recommended anyway. The whole adventure shows real effort from the creators and isn't something that could've, or should've been included in the main game. If you want another adventure with Jensen, this is rather refreshing, while at the same time familiar enough.
This is by far the toughest of the dlc and finds Adam Jensen going undercover in a max security prison in a desert somewhere. stealth is key in this dlc but you won't be disappointed with many new characters that are very strong and who draw you in.
This dlc is awesome. While System Rift was short and had some underused ideas, this one really pays off and actually gives more hints about who (or what) Jensen is by the end of it. Overall, the story is really nice and in some aspects it's nice improvement over Missing Link. It gives nice Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay vibes when you walk around prison and talk to inmates and it's a real shame that this part was not fleshed out and used more, because it would make it a much better and longer expansion. After exploring part, it turns into Missing Link and most of the areas are off limits for you. What is really great about this expansion is how choices influence everything and there are real consequences to most of them. Like you find biocell that can remove chip that prohibits you from using augs and give you praxis kit making you fully operational again, but the game can get hard, or save it for later and give to other character, making the game little easier. Personally, I loved it playing "factory zero", because it is great challange that was missing from both main game and previous dlc, because those were pretty easy. Strongly recommended, especially if you liked Missing Link or the game itself.
A Criminal Past is set before the events of Mankind Divided and shows Adam's first mission for TF29 where he poses as a criminal to enter a high-security prison, the story is framed with him telling about the event and what happened to the TF29 psychologist Delara in the present. The DLC takes place in a prison which is both well designed and feels different than other areas in the game, unlike being in another bank in the previous DLC or in a simple area in the pre-order DLC, the setting also helps with building the current world of Deus Ex. Decisions and actions can lead to different endings and with the DLC being somewhat split up into a before and during a riot section, your actions in the first part can affect things in the second, who is alive, what you've done, if you want to try to help prisoners. Even though it is in the past you can choose to use the augmentations that Adam gained in Mankind Divided, though it doesn't make sense it is nice from a gameplay perspective and since it's being told as a story and he likely wouldn't have been describing all of his actions in complete detail anyway. If this was in the main game it would be one of the higher points of it but it doesn't take much time to complete unless you want to see different endings.
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