There are a tremendous degree of games that have been, and are yet to be, revealed at E3 2015. With the likes of Ubisoft, EA, Bethesda, Microsoft and Sony already having shown the world the surprises they've been hiding, it's up to Nintendo, Square Enix and the unknown PC gaming show to finish off this historic event.
So far we've been gifted Fallout 4 gameplay and a 2015 release date, the announcement that Final fantasy 7 is being remade (holy s!!t), a groundbreaking move from XBOX that let's us play Xbox 360 games on XBOX One, the re-emergence of The last Guardian, and the gameplay demonstration so many of us have been waiting for: [Star Wars: Battlefront](tag:2684021). But we're not finished yet, and seeing as I have such admiration for the Deus Ex franchise, I thought I'd give fans a place to view the gameplay trailer that Square Enix are due to reveal for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
Watch Square Enix's Deus Ex: Mankind Divided E3 Gameplay Trailer
Be sure to let us know what you think of Square Enix's conference in the comments below and whether you're pleased with the direction that they'll be taking Deus Ex. Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a surprising success and a game that I can't wait to replay building up to the release date of Adam Jensen's return. But what do you hope to see on display? Should Mankind Divided get rid of boss battles? Should there be larger areas to explore and a more challenging difficulty setting, akin to the first game?
We all love the Deus Ex franchise for a variety of reasons. I'm a sucker for games that allow me to make my own decisions, and subsequently permit me to cope with the outcomes that a certain choice may lead to. The ability to choose your method of approach in the Deus Ex franchise is key to its success. I hope the degree of options available to me in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided are ridiculous! Let me be totally overwhelmed by the choices laid out before me and ensure that the option to leave every person I cross alive is intact.
What is that makes the Deus Ex franchise so special to you? Of course, the original title is regarded as one of the greatest PC games of all time - no small feat. Its dystopian world, dark setting, great narratives, challenging gameplay and thematic relevance are all part of a great whole. Square Enix have done great justice and injustice to the franchise in the past, but we hope that Human Revolution showed the way for the future of the franchise and that it'll only get better from here.
Let us know everything that you thought about the gameplay trailer that Square Enix unveiled in the comments below and whether Deus Ex: Mankind Divided looks like it can live up to your expectations!