Square Enix will release Deus Ex: Mankind Divided on August 23 and the producer Fleur Marty has attended the pre-E3 event in Los Angeles, where he talked about the new Breach mode, which will be an arcade approach on the gameplay of the upcoming game, in which players will have a connected puzzle shooter experience.
In Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the action takes place in the year 2029 and you will play as hacker, a Ripper, who will break into the Palisade Property Bank’s servers, which is a prestigious corporation headquartered in Czech Republic that protects clients’ information. You will be hired to hack into servers, you will collect information and you’ll try to escape the server without being caught. Your goal is to take down organizations and when you fulfill a mission, you get rewards: XP, credits, and booster packs, which will allow you to upgrade your skills and arsenal.
We must tell you that this is a live mode and you’ll have the possibility to challenge your friends, but you’ll face many challenges, obstacles such as sentries, turrets, and drones that protect each setting. Breach will be a self-contained storyline, but it will be played just like the rest of Mankind Divided. Speaking of rewards, when you will successfully raid levels, you’ll get credits that you’ll use to unlock and upgrade weapons and when you’ll be better equipped, you will be able to return to prior stages of the game.
Since you’ll play online, you’ll meet other Rippers and you’ll compete against them. Also, you’ll challenge entire networks of other players and you’ll try to obtain the highest score, which you’ll share with your friends after going through challenges. In order to make things easier or more complicated, you will have the possibility to add modifiers, which will make the level easier or harder.
If you’ll want to play the upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, you’ll be Adam Jensen, a guy who gets body augmentations and joins forces with Task Force 29 in order to hunt down and capture augmented terrorists.
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