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E3 2015: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided trailers

We’ve got a choice of trailers for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided from last week’s E3 extravaganza for you – aren’t we kind!

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

We’ve got a choice of trailers for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided from last week’s E3 extravaganza for you – aren’t we kind!

Above the article, you’ll see the official Deus Ex: Mankind Divided trailer, as shown at E3 2015. It’s pretty much what you’d expect; they’ve given it the full Hollywood treatment, looking as much like a mash-up of Dredd, District 9 and Bladerunner than a video game. And it looks awesome.

It’s beautifully crafted and put together like an exquisite teaser for what’s to come, but what it doesn’t show you – other than a few seconds of in-game action and alluding to a few new augmentations – is how Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will play.

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Luckily, Square Enix have us covered on that front, too.

If you’re keen to get the lowdown of the gameplay of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and you’ve got a spare half an hour, then you could check out the 25-minute gameplay video from this year’s E3 (complete with commentary frrom Square Enix’s Executive Audio Director, Steve Szczepkowski).

It’s very, very long.

It’s also a bit spoilery between 18 and 23 minutes. You have been warned:

For those of you with less patience, here’s a very long – and very beautiful – piece of concept art instead:

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided concept art

Sometimes the simple pleasures in life are the best.

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