Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's First Story DLC Out Today
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's System Rift DLC is a self-contained story set in a completely new area of Prague.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided launched exactly one month ago, and marking this occasion is the release of the stealth game's first story DLC, System Rift. The expansion brings players to a new location for a self-contained story, while reintroducing a character from Human Revolution.
"Francis Pritchard, Adam Jensen’s friend and former colleague at Sarif Industries, returns in System Rift, and new colorful banter between these two characters adds an interesting dynamic to their relationship," lead writer Avi Winkler told the PlayStation Blog. "Fans of Breach, our new game mode included in Mankind Divided, will get to meet ShadowChild in person and experience the origin story of the 'Breach' itself."
Additionally, players will be able to infiltrate the Palisade Bank Corporation's Blade facility, which holds "new secrets and details about the bank's founders." Lead level designer Ayrald Anneron says you'll start in the building's plaza, which holds secrets, items, and alternate routes for getting into the facility. He teased "new security features" that are present inside the facility, but you'll have to see them for yourself in the new DLC.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's System Rift is available now for $10 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It comes as part of the $30 season pass, which also includes A Criminal Past, another story DLC that releases early next year.
System Rift comes alongside a new patch that fixes multiple issues and adds DirectX 12 support. To activate DX12, you'll need to open your Steam Library, right click on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Select Properties, go to the Betas tab, and select "dx12_preview" from the dropdown menu.
If you're playing Mankind Divided and want a little extra help, we've got some of the game's passwords right here. They'll help you access things that are locked down like safes, computers, buildings, and rooms.
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