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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - A Criminal Past

Rating Summary

Based on 16 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

60%

Critics Recommend

Based on 16 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 23, 2017
Xbox OneFeb 23, 2017
PCFeb 23, 2017

Developer: Eidos Montreal

Publisher: Square Enix

Genres: Action, RPG, Third-Person Shooter

Experience Adam Jensen’s first mission for TF29, set before the events of Mankind Divided. Posing as a convicted criminal, Jensen is transferred deep into a hostile, high-security prison for augmented felons. His mission: Track down and retrieve sensitive information from a fellow undercover agent who has gone dark. Success will help the fight against terror around the world, but Jensen will need to confront a darker side to his role before the day is done.
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - A Criminal Past - Launch Trailer | PS4

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A well-designed level that forces you out of your comfort zone and fills in some of Adam Jensen's backstory.

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It's not Adam's finest hour and certainly a time he should probably forget.

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A Criminal Past will likely be the last that we hear from the Deus Ex series for a while, but if that's the case then it at least ends things on a high note for the time being. The DLC offers a bite-sized version of everything great about the main game, while taking things to a new setting that fans will eat up.

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A Criminal Past puts Adam in jail for a great self-contained storyline pushing a solid narrative and a far greater emphasis on stealth in the final DLC for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. While the voice acting can be a bit of a mixed bag, there’s no doubt that Eidos Montreal is ending this one on a high note.

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