'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' Latest News & Updates: New Story DLCs Coming Very Soon, Direct X 12 Compatibility Issue Solved
The world of "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" is about to get even more vast with the release of the first story DLC entitled "System Rift." This appears to be the developer's response to fans who have been raving for more of the science fiction shooter that lets a player live another life as a cyborg.
Polygon reports that it has already been revealed that that the game will soon see the return of Frank Pritchard, Adam Jensen's friend and former colleague. Pritchard and Jensen will be reuniting to investigate and collect crucial information on the Santeau Group, the construction company that built cities from scratch whilst separating transhumanists from all others. This is after the drastic events of the August incident in 2027 which made things quite different from how they are supposed to be.
"System Rift" will be available online starting on September 23 from PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and online retailers for $11.99. It will also be available for download online for players who have earlier purchased the "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" season pass. Mobile N Apps reports that another story DLC is set to be released for the "Deus Ex" series entitled "Criminal Past." A release date is yet to be launched for this incoming DLC, while it is yet to be confirmed if there are any more story DLCs coming.
In other news, it has also been reported that "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" did not fit with DirectX12 support, but has been sorted out with the latest update. Before the fix, Eidos Montreal announced that they had some extra work and optimizations to do for DX12, and that they needed more time so that they could deliver. Despite being three days late of the promised release, Eidos Montreal delivered as promised and included DX12 support in its Patch 5 update.
"Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" has been taking the console gaming world by storm and has been rocking one positive review after the other according to different critics. However, as reported, "Human Revolution," a prior instalment in the Deus Ex franchise, still beats the title in the charts if based on the debut sales figures in the UK.