Jordan Aslett, Junior Content Writer at Gamer Professionals, writes: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided shows the world tearing itself apart over the use of augmented limbs. Check out the new gameplay of the world and Adam Jensen.
Looks great! My most anticipated game for 2016.
It's probably my most anticipated game of the year too, and if not it's definitely one of them. I've been a huge fan of the series since the first Deus Ex all those years ago. Human Revolution was surprisingly quite good. It seems like Mankind Divided takes what was good about that game and makes it even better.
@starchild Hell yeah! Same, the first Deus Ex hold up real well with it's storytelling, and interesting mechanics. It feels like choices you made had more of an impact in that game than they do in a lot of games that are out today. True that, it was really good. Hopefully they will have more life to the cities, more end game content, better travel system, backtracking, and have the choices in the game make a larger impact in the grand scheme of things. So far it does look like they have improved the game a lot. More gadgets, more options for stealth and combat, customizable weapons, different bullet types, more choices, deeper story, etc.
My GTX 1080 will be ready for this game!!! Wow I can already imagine how this will look in 4K 😊☺
That's going to be an amazing card. I haven't totally made up my mind whether I'll go for the 1080 or the 1070, but I hope to get one of them soon. My GTX 970 is still doing very well in games, but I have a 1440p/144Hz Gsync monitor and I want to be able to take advantage of even higher framerates and more DSR. This game will look really great on PC. The stuttering and aliasing in this video was annoying to me, even though the game itself looks like it will be fantastic.
I had serious doubts when Eidos Montreal first took the reigns for Human Revolution, especially after a couple of successive commercial failures following the Warren Spector original masterpiece. But those doubts quickly melted away after being thoroughly absorbed into Adam Jenson's augmented world, and it went on to become my GOTY; the same for others as well. So that has caused some palpable anticipation for Mankind Divided and I cannot WAIT to sink my teeth into this next entry... the bar has been set very high with DX: HR, so it goes without saying that Eidos Montreal needs to bring their A-game with this iteration. Only this time, I have zero doubts.
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