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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided story teased at E3 2015

Square Enix has teased us with a few story details on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

Ahead of the game’s eventual release in early 2016, we’re going to have to console ourselves with some fresh information about Deus Ex.

Set in 2029, you play as Adam Jensen, two years after the end of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

The game sees a world struggling to overcome a mechanical apartheid, where the world is divided over those who have biological enhancements and those who don’t.

Jensen is part of Task Force 29 and it’s their job to investigate and stop terrorist attacks.

However, he is secretly working as a double agent as he believes a group called the Illuminati have created the Task Force to serve their own interests.

Jensen, therefore, has teamed up with some hackers to try and take the Illuminati down.

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Square Enix also teased us by detailing two of the new weapons coming to Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

Our hero will be able to use a Peps gun that is hidden within his mechanical arm, while elsewhere he’ll be able to take advantage of hidden blades that can be used as deadly projectiles.

Although the specific plot details aren’t being offered at the moment, Square Enix has confirmed that the choices you make as a player will change not only the gameplay but also the story.

That means the ending of the game will depend on the choices you make throughout the story.

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