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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's Second Big DLC Expansion Is Out Now

A Criminal Past DLC out now.


Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's second big expansion, A Criminal Past, is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

The expansion, which costs US $12 / £9.49 / AU $17.95, acts as a prequel to the main Mankind Divided campaign. It tells the story of Adam Jensen's first mission for Task Force 29, in which he is dropped undercover into a hostile, high security prison.

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"His mission: track down and retrieve sensitive information from a fellow undercover agent who has gone dark," reads an official description. "Success will help the fight against terror around the world, but Jensen will need to confront a darker side to his role before the day is done."

The expansion is the second of its kind for Mankind Divided. The first, System Rift, launched in September.

Like System Rift, A Criminal Past will be available on its own or as part of the $30 season pass. More, smaller pieces of add-on content launched for free in January--take a look at all the details here.

Mankind Divided recently got a new spinoff game release on PC. The game's Breach Mode is now free-to-play in its own right, while a Mankind Divided "VR Experience" has also launched.

In other Deus Ex news, reports emerged last month that the franchise had been "placed on hiatus." Publisher Square Enix apparently made the decision due in part to underwhelming sales.

Mankind Divided went straight to No. 1 in the UK sales charts when it launched in August 2016, but sales monitor Chart-Track noted at the time that the game's predecessor, Human Revolution, had a "much stronger debut."

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