Last year’s Deus Ex: Mankind Divided could be the last entry in the franchise for a while.
Praxis Kits are probably the most important thing to find and gain access to in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Each kit grants you one Praxis Point, which are then used for upgrading or unlocking new augmentations.
Your arsenal in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is obviously pretty important to your overall goal. While you can technically go through the entire game without killing a soul, the reality is that you still need to be prepared just in case things get bad.
In this guide, we’ll show you the stats for every weapon in the game.
In order to unlock security consoles, computers, terminals and some doors in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, you’ll need a password / code. In this guide we’ll show where to find each computer terminal, and the code needed to break in, essentially rendering any hacking skills you have acquired completely obsolete.
Stealth is an important gameplay feature of the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided experience. While this isn’t a stealth game per say, there are options and certain augmentations for you to favour in order to approach missions and environments in stealthy ways. Further to this, Jensen’s effectiveness when playing stealth can lead to some healthy XP boosts, making it a very lucrative way to play the game.
Augmentations in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided form an important and fundamental part of the experience. They essentially act as “upgrades” for your character, allowing you to respond to the environment in different ways using physical upgrades (augmentations). Simply put, they allow you to transition from a “normal” human into a superhuman.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided developer Eidos Montreal is jumping on the VR bandwagon, and the studio is interested in how the technology can improve the gaming experience.
We spoke with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided producer Olivier Proulx over email about the game’s themes, characters and aesthetic allure.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided dev on themes of division and segregation hitting home in 2016: ‘Black or white, zero-sum opinions can be dangerous’
With what’s happening in today’s Europe with mass migration and the constant fear of terrorism from “outsiders”, Mankind Divided seems like a timely reminder of the divide and plight of desperate people in the real world.