See New Deux Ex: Mankind Divided Gameplay in Eidos Montreal Studio Visit Video
"Am I going to have a problem with you, Agent Jensen?"
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3D design software creator Autodesk has released a video of a studio visit to Eidos Montreal, developer of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Along with offering some insight into the tools its developers use to create games, the video also provides a fresh look at gameplay from the upcoming sequel.
The clips include soldiers, who look to be cybernetically enhanced, mistreating ordinary human citizens, a showcase of some of the dark, slum-like environments in the game, and a bit of first-person shooting. Take a look above to see it all.
Mankind Divided was previously expected to launch in February 2016, but the game was delayed by six months. Developer Eidos Montreal said it refused to compromise on quality, and as a result the delay was necessary. It will now launch on August 23.
The game, which runs on Eidos' proprietary Dawn Engine, is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. It takes place in 2029, and continues the story of Adam Jensen, picking up after the events of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The game's release date isn't the only element of the project to have changed. Square Enix originally announced an "Augment Your Pre-Order" campaign for Mankind Divided, but this was tossed out after the publisher received a "resounding amount of negative feedback."
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