Posted Fri Oct 21, 2016 at 07:30 AM PDT by Tyler Treese
Series makes its Linux debut.
Linux players will soon be able to play 'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided,' courtesy of Feral Interactive. The developer, which specializes in porting games to Mac and Linux, announced that Eidos Montreal's action role-playing game will release November 3rd. Recently, Feral Interactive have brought over 'Total War: Warhammer,' 'Life is Strange,' and 'Mad Max' to the operating system.
This will mark the first time a 'Deux Ex' game is released on Linux, and means that Linux players will be able to play the sequel to 'Human Revolution.' Taking place two years later in 2029, the RPG once again stars Adam Jensen as he attempts to unravel a worldwide conspiracy. Players will get to use different augmentations in order to customize their gameplay experience, ranging from abilities to different weapons.
'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' released August 23rd for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It comes to Linux on November 3rd.
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