Nixxes is going to be handling the PC port of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. While this was not kept as a secret by Square Enix, the publisher nonetheless has made an official announcement on its website.
Nixxes previously was responsible for the PC version of Tomb Raider (released in 2013), and before that the studio was behind Deus Ex: Human Revolution, along with many other titles from Square Enix and Eidos Montreal.
Fair to say, fans would be most pleased with seeing Nixxes working on the PC port. The studio’s recent past record is unblemished and without any broken releases.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is confirmed to be supporting DirectX 12 and AMD’s TressFX technology, the latter of which we saw being used in Tomb Raider. Apart from that, Square Enix has not mentioned what other PC-exclusive features we’ll be getting to see.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was announced last month by Square Enix. The publisher and developer Eidos Montreal are working hard to push the boundaries with the new chapter which begins two years after the events of the last game. Protagonist Adam Jensen is now working for Interpol to hunt down augmented terrorists in a world that has come to despise cybernetically enhanced humans.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is in development for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A release date has not been revealed.