August 23, 2011 out Deus Ex: Human Revolution , more than eleven long years after the first episode, released at the time only on PC. Designed as a prequel to the original story, Human Revolution was pleasantly surprised everyone including the critics who feared the coming of a new Invisible War . That came time for another game, a true sequel to Human Revolution , which always plays the role of prequel to the first Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
We are in 2029 and your past actions have, in the end, nothing changed. Worse, augmented humans are treated as pariahs and outcasts. The oppression of increased, your peers, has created a climate of fear and bitterness, producing numerous violence worldwide. While you are trying to learn more, an attack occurs, perpetuated by a terrorist organization which you know very little about. At the heart of all this chaos, some are trying to pull strings and manipulate you, the sole purpose of controlling the future of all humanity.
After working for Sarif Industries, Adam Jensen is this time an undercover agent working for the Task Force 29, a special force Interpol that aims to combat the increased terrorist. Similarly, you are linked to a group of hackers named Juggernaut Collective, who tries everything to make their freedom to all increased Earth humans.
It is in a heavy atmosphere as we move throughout this Deus Ex: Divided Mankind . The people you meet, including normal humans, you fear. Police meanwhile, heavily prevalent and is not in lace. Recalling the dark days of our history, the game plays heavily on this poisonous atmosphere to offer us to evolve in a city of Prague to false air of Paris under the yoke of the German army.
For proof of this strange atmosphere, you will be specifically asked to take specific queues at increased and take the subway through the city in a special car for your fellowmen. If you do not, expect to be constantly monitored by the police, which in addition often forget to be kind. Eidos Montreal teams offer us so, again, a plot and a very interesting scenario, cleverly written and enjoyable to follow. The problem is that history is reflected gradually sucked into the gameplay , diluted in the side quests and our wanderings in the world of titre.On then tend to forget that we must also focus on adventure main.
But Mankind Divided only remains one of the few titles to rely heavily on its environment and its history, even the time to mix brushes to time. Adam Jensen is he still as charismatic. The reluctant hero of Human Revolution quickly takes over and it is with with undisguised glee that the interpreter again. Always as flexible and easy to learn, Mankind Divided has the intelligence to offer players control three choices: those specifically designed for the game, those inherent in Human Revolution, and finally those of SPF used. However, we recommend you to go to those in Human Revolution if you want to quickly resume your brands.