Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Early 2016 Release Date Revealed at E3 2015
We also got a look at the first in-game footage.
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be out in "early 2016," Square Enix announced during its E3 press conference today.
The release window was announced following a cinematic trailer that was said to be the debut of in-game footage. The trailer closed out with a release window of only 2016, but this was narrowed down to "early 2016" immediately afterward.
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The trailer itself offered further insight into the story of Mankind Divided, which is set in 2029, two years after the events of Human Revolution. We also got to see what appeared to be a new shock weapon that disabled three enemies simultaneously, as well as protagonist Adam Jensen's new shield ability.
For everything else announced at Square Enix's press conference, check out our full roundup.