Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – VR Experience & Deus Ex: Breach are now available on Steam for free

Deus Ex fans, here is something special for you. Square Enix and Eidos Montreal announced today that Deus Ex: Breach and the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – VR Experience are now available on Steam for free.

According to the press release, Deus Ex: Breach allows new players to experience Deus Ex’s gameplay style, providing them with a glimpse of the vast realm of choices and possibilities that the Deus Ex Universe has to offer. Originally released as a Deus Ex: Mankind Divided game mode, Deus Ex: Breach is a game that offers an arcade approach on the gameplay of the Deus Ex series, providing players with a unique connected puzzle shooter experience.

As a Ripper in the year 2029, your objective is to obtain and sell classified corporate data by hacking into some of the world’s most secure servers, using the funds you acquire to upgrade both your skills and arsenal. By obtaining this data, you will be able to unveil and expose the deepest, darkest secrets of the corporations in the Deus Ex Universe, with your efforts potentially unmasking some of the most dangerous individuals in the world.

In addition, the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – VR Experience for PC is now available for free on Steam for all HTC Vive and Oculus owners. Players will discover four iconic environments from Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, for the first time in virtual reality. Powered by the Dawn Engine, players can enjoy the stunning level of detail and renowned art direction of locations such as Dubai and Golem City, while also taking a stroll in Adam Jensen’s apartment and Talos Rucker’s office. The Deus Ex VR Experience also provides you with an up-close and personal look at some of the 3D models for the main characters and NPCs from the game.

Have fun!

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