Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Analysis

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a first-person action-roleplaying game developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's story picks up two years after the events of Human Revolution, and chronicles returning protagonist Adam Jensen's investigation into a terrorist organization comprised of augmented people exclusively. Should you augment your life with Deus Ex: Mankind Divided? Cyberpunk Noir Thriller The VTOL barrels through the night sky in a desperate attempt to reach the Dubai-situated abandoned station in time. Task Force 29 was hastily assembled as soon as word came in that an undercover Interpol asset had arranged a deal with a notorious arms dealer. The target is well-known for peddling now-illegal,…show more content…
A future where impeachable multinational conglomerates reside above the law only beholden to the bottom line; wealthy men doctor humanity's path from the confines of their darkened boardrooms. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's world is one where technology was allowed to progress unchecked by morality in order to be able to satisfy the few's gluttonous need for financial excess at the expense of the poor. It was in this climate that some, inevitably, took it too far, resulting in The Incident. Where almost all augmented people's installed technology was infected sending them into a mad frenzy. Ever since The Incident, augmented people are routinely mistreated, discriminated against, and segregated. Their poor treatment has given traction to several pro-augmentation terrorist organizations, who perform scattered, loosely connected attacks designed to spread fear. However, as Jensen returns from Dubai, these attacks doesn't seem as unconnected, it seems like there is an intelligent hand orchestrating events from behind the scenes. If you, like me, are a fan of cyberpunk noir, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's narrative will tickle your fancy; it ticks all the necessary boxes and establishes a bleak tone right from the

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