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And it begins with an impressive daytime sequence at a train station in Prague. Yeah, Deus Ex: Daytime looks fantastic, and a big step up from Human Revolution. The demonstration is clear to point out all the different ways in which situations can be tackled, and with new items like a Tesla gun arm that can target multiple enemies and take them down non-lethally, even the stealth approach looks as fun as the run and gun combat.

Okay, so maybe not as fun as using the Nano Blade.



With improvements across the board, from UI, animation, stealth, and combat, even sneaking through air ducts has never looked so good.

Dues Ex: Mankind Divided is due for release in 2016.



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