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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided E3 Gameplay Trailer



Square Enix have revealed the very first gameplay trailer for their cyberpunk-themed action role playing game, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

The graphics look good and it seems we’ll have the ability to customise and add attachments to our weapons, including choosing different ammo types.


As we expected, flexibility in how combat engagements and missions are carried out are shown off in the trailer, such as shooting a camera with some kind of stun or EMP gun, akin to the Buzzkill stun gun in its predecessor, Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

We see a short clip of Adam Jensen punching a guy in the face, knocking him out. This suggests we will see the option of choosing to kill or simply pacify enemies and missions targets.

Everyone’s favourite gravely-voiced protagonist is also rocking some new augmentations, in addition to his trademark prosthetic arm blade those who used the lethal take down option in the first game will be very familiar with. The first appears to be an improvement on the Smart Vision augmentation seen in Human Revolution, and the other is a completely new kind of power-up, allowing Jensen to shoot some kind of electricity projectiles from his knuckles, stunning and incapacitated multiple targets. There is also an augmentation that is deployed in much the same way, but appears to shoot sharpened projectiles, impaling enemies to walls.


The Icarus Landing System augmentation also makes a return, but this time it seems to be a lot faster; more like a hard landing, rather than the graceful descent the previous Landing System offered.


Jensen can now cover his entire body in some sort of black crystalline-esque material; presumably giving a defensive boost to the player. His metal arm is now packing some serious fire power this time around, rocking what looks to be some kind of pulse cannon.


In the spirit player choice, we also see Jensen taking a more straightforward approach, guns blazing, cool explosions and all.


For fans of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Mankind Divided seems to be the sequel they wanted. It’s more Deus Ex, only better and a whole lot prettier.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is set to release sometime in early 2016 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.