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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a cyberpunk-themed action RPG game in the Deus Ex series.

It was developed by Eidos Montréal and published by Square Enix. It is a sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution that takes place. Mankind Divided was released for Playstation 4, Windows and Xbox One on 23 August A Linux launch followed on 3 November 2016, developed and published by Feral Interactive.

An official Deus Ex Universe app has been released which offers information about the games and the most current Mankind Divided news. It's available to download in Google Play and the App Store. Once Mankind Divided has been published, it is going to function as a companion app for the game. It currently features a scanner which can be used to scan triangle-shaped codes utilized in various promotional videos and posters. These codes unlock content related to its development and the game.

Adam Jensen returns as the protagonist for this installment of this series. He obtains new augmentations in Mankind Divided. Like its predecessors, the game puts emphasis on player choice and freedom.

A single-mission DLC initially available as a pre-order bonus or through purchase of the Day One, Collector's, or Digital Deluxe editions of Mankind Divided. Measures was later released as a free download.

Adding to the Augmentation theme of Mankind Divided, the folks at Square Enix and Eldos Montreal placed advertisements, disguised as propaganda posters around New York City in August of 2015 stating 'Keep Our Streets Human!' These posters contained a triangular QR code, and a URL of AugAware.org. The official Deus Ex Website was Resulted in by the URL.

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