All the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Microtransactions You Can Buy Right Now
You can play the full game without spending a penny, but you can accelerate your progress by paying extra.
Like many other triple-A games, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has a number of microtransactions that players can buy. With the game now available, these have been detailed, along with their price points.
There are more than a dozen microtransaction packages available, according to listings posted on the Xbox and PlayStation stores. You can spend real money on additional Praxis kits, which can be used to activate augmentations for main character Adam Jensen. Also offered are credit packs of various denominations that can be used to acquire Praxis kits, ammo, weapons, and more.
Additionally, you can buy an Assault Pack that comes with a custom-skinned rifle, the Chaff augmentation, an allotment of armor-piercing ammo, and four grenades (two frag, two EMP). There are also microtransaction packages available for Mankind Divided's arcade-style Breach mode.
Here is a rundown of everything that's available to buy right now:
- 1,000 Credits Pack -- $1
- 5,000 Credits Pack -- $4.50
- 10,000 Credits Pack -- $7.50
- 15,000 Credits Pack -- $10
- Assault Pack -- $5
- Tactical Pack -- $5
- Praxis Kit Pack -- $1
- Praxis Kit Pack (x5) -- $4
- Praxis Kit Pack (x10) -- $7
- Chipset Pack (x10) --$1
- Chipset Pack (x50) -- $4.50
- Chipset Pack (x100) -- $7.50
- Chipset Pack (x500) -- $30
"You can play the full game without ever having to spend a dollar, I promise," producer Fleur Marty told GameSpot in June. "But we will have a few accelerators, things like putting odds a bit better in your favor.
"We're really treading very carefully here. We don't want the game to be pay-to-win, especially since we're starting with a triple-A game that people are already paying for."
Square Enix is also offering a $30 season pass that comes with multiple story expansions, the first of which is scheduled to come out this fall.
GameSpot's Mankind Divided review scored it an 8/10.
"Deus Ex: Mankind Divided refines and reinforces the defining foundations of the series," reviewer Edmon Tran said. "It creates challenging situations and gives players the tools and flexibility to deal with them in a multitude of ways, all within an absorbing cyberpunk world. Although not a significant departure from Human Revolution, Mankind Divided is still a uniquely fulfilling experience, one which feels rare in games today."
For more on Mankind Divided's critical reception, check out this review roundup.
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