Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Achievements Reveal Some Gameplay Elements

By   /   Jul 1, 2016
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The official Deus Ex Twitter page has released all of the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided achievements through a gif in preparation for the coming ever-closer to launching. While there’s no possibility of you being able to go through the whole game and get them all in one run, the achievements are wide and varied and promise that you’ll be able to do a lot of cool things when the game comes out.

Considering that most of the trailers and information that we’ve seen from Deus Ex have been either informative (with the 101 trailer that showed you the consequences of how you played the game) or heartbreaking (the “Mechanical Apartheid” trailer), it’s nice to get a bit of levity now.

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There are a wide variety of different achievements available, and though some are secret there are even more that you can get through pulling off crazy stunts with your abilities. One I particularly like is “Express Elevator To Hell, Going Down”, which requires you to do an Icarus Landing and Strike on a group of enemies, and then use a Typhoon on them.

There are also a number of other Deus Ex: Mankind Divided achievements that are pretty light-hearted, such as one about cucumbers, one another taking a golden penguin and returning it to its flock, and more. Some others are related to your abilities, such as maxing out an upgrade tree for your augmentations, and more.

And, of course, there are the secret achievements. These are most likely just going to be available for the story and are mainly secret to prevent spoilers, but there are a few of them that are still related to characters or specific areas.

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And also, there are the challenge achievements. These particular Deus Ex: Mankind Divided achievements are sure to test your skills and your restraint. They include not triggering an alarm for your entire playthrough, not killing a single person (that includes bosses), and completing every achievement in the game.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is slated to come out on August 23 of this year, so you’d best sharpen your skills if you want to get all of those achievements.