Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Coming to Mac and Linux in 2016
System requirements to be announced "closer to launch."
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be available on Mac and Linux later this year, it has been announced. While the console and PC versions were published by Square Enix, these versions are being handled by Feral Interactive.
Feral previously worked with Square Enix to publish Tomb Raider, Life is Strange, and Sleeping Dogs on Mac and Linux. A more specific release date has not been announced. System requirements for both Mac and Linux versions will be detailed "closer to launch."
"Deus Ex: Mankind Divided refines and reinforces the defining foundations of the series," said Edmond Tran. "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."
The first DLC update for Mankind Divided is called "System Rift" and will feature the return of Frank Pritchard, Sarif Industries' head of the cyber-security.
"In System Rift you will re-unite with Frank Pritchard, Adam's friend and former colleague at Sarif Industries, and assist him in hunting down information on the mysterious Santeau Group," the Square Enix previously explained.
"Desperate to get more information, Pritchard targets one of the most secure data banks ever created--the Palisade Blade. In agreeing to help, Adam may also be able to uncover hints as to who the illuminati really are."
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