Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for Xbox One
Xbox One

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Aug 23, 2016
98th of 5343

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Eidos-Montréal
Content Rating: Mature


Deus Ex: Mankind Divided directly follows the aftermath of the Aug Incident, a day when mechanically augmented citizens all over the world were stripped of control over their minds and bodies, resulting in the deaths of millions of innocents. The year is now 2029, and the golden era of augmentations is over. Mechanically augmented humans have been deemed outcasts and segregated from the rest of society. Crime and acts of terror serve as a thin veil to cover up an overarching conspiracy aimed at controlling the future of mankind.

Gamer Reviews

6266 Reviews
0 review
Jan 27, 2021
"Mankind Divided" does many many things pitch perfect. The storytelling is interesting and deep; character progression varied and dynamic; and action fluid and enjoyable. The world is "open," but not too open that it becomes tedious. Overall, it's great, but not perfect. Player choice agency isn't as deep as advertised, and the combat gets very easy once you master a few basics, discouraging experimentation. The set pieces are also underwhelming (I beat the boss by hiding in a vent and throwing grenades at him). But, it's still a worthy piece of sci-fi and should be checked out.
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Sebastian Skała

Apr 4, 2021
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Emir Çetin

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Hunter Golden

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Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

23 Reviews
Mike GuarinoAug 19, 2016
The complex and engrossing world of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is one that sinks its teeth into you right from the beginning, and as you journey through it you never want it to let go. We had to wait awhile for it to finally arrive, but our patience was rewarded with a definite game of the year contender.
Arthur GiesAug 19, 2016
I'm left hoping that Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s developers have an aggressive post-launch plan to continue the game’s story beyond its surprising endpoint. It’s a mottled cherry dropped on top of a game that otherwise makes for subtly major evolutions of action-RPG spaces, and for a world as interesting as Deus Ex’s, it would be a crime to leave it where it stands for another five years.
Jeff GerstmannAug 19, 2016
I'm left with the feeling that a sequel to Human Revolution could've told a more engaging story, but at the same time I had a really great time crouch-walking through Prague. It might not be an especially surprising sequel, but it all comes together quite nicely, with solid side missions and a mix of action and stealth that lets you mess around and find your own way of doing things.