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 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.
Requires Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (base game) to use this DLC
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.
While one time use DLC are pretty worthless and disappointing, the meat of this season pass are story dlc. While System Rift is more like an ad for Breach mode and doesn't expand on the main story itself, other than giving Pritchard a purpose in the whole scheme of things, it is not that important by the end of the day. A Criminal Past though is great - it is just like Missing Link, but with more Chronicles of Riddick in it, because you can talk with inmates and walk around prison. Shame it is underused, though. Ending is great, though, and give some serious hints about Jensen. At discount price it is strongly recommended, since both story DLC can give up to 10 hours out of the game, which for 14 pounds sounds pretty good. Especially for game this good.
Recommended for the story based dlc, ingame items are one use only except for skins. 1st dlc system rift is out and although quite short if you keep to the main objective has additional content if you look for it.
It's a cute little minigame. Something I'd finish while taking a break in between two Witcher 3 quests. It's basically one single questline. It feels like a mission DLC for Human Revolution. That's what it basically is. It's unbelievably short and uneventful. Maybe not in terms of longevity, but in terms of plot & story progression. Basically, you roam arond hallways for a while, and just when you start to think the story is finally starting to progress and things are starting to happen... End credits roll!! It still amazes me what passes for a "finished product" these days... They have the audacity to ask 50? FOR THIS??? In a world where things like The Witcher 3 exist??
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