Deus Ex: Human Revolution Summary
Deus Ex creator Warren Spector shares his thoughts on Human Revolution and the Mankind Divided trailer
Deus Ex creator and industry legendhas been doing an AMA over , and it's well worth a read for anyone who's ever enjoyed his past work. He discusses the development process, his views on the future of gaming, and his feelings about the direction the has taken since he handed over the reins.
Developer Nixxes Software will again be taking on the augmented future with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for PC, which is of no surprise considering they were also tasked with desktop-ising Human Revolution.
It's not known yet what PC-specific goodies we'll be getting but DirectX12 andTressFX are confirmed. won't repeat their mistake of outsourcing boss fights again.
We're not even in May yet but it's already time for mid-June.has just dated and timed their press conference for this year's E3. It begins June 16th @ 9.00am PDT / 12.00pm EDT / 5.00pm GMT +1.
What exactly will they have at their just-before-E3-kicks-off conference event? Not sure yet, as they'll be letting us know 'soon', but you can place your bets onDeus Ex: Mankind Divided and Tomb Raider.
Game director Jean-François Dugas athas affirmed that the upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is completely open to being ghosted, where Jensen will remain undetected through every encounter.
Also coming back are the conversation-led 'boss battles' where we put our charisma, or the C.A.S.I.E. augment, to the test. We got to experience these a handful of times in Human Revolution.
Theon the newly announced Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has some very juicy intel. The official press release from and barely sated our appetite.
Firstly, boss encounters can be tackled any way we choose - not just full combat. The number of augmentations 'has doubled' from Human Revolution, and we'll be exploring events leading to the original Deus Ex.