Earlier this year, the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets have finally been released to the public, marking a new beginning for the video games industry. It's obviously still to soon to know for certain if Virtual Reality will truly revolutionize gaming, but right now it's pretty clear how many developers believe in it. High profile games coming in the next few months don't seem to sport any major VR feature, but at least one upcoming AAA game will come with limited VR support.
A few hours ago, PC Gamer published a brand new preview of Deus Ex Mankind Divided, the new entry of the series currently in development by Eidos Montreal. At the end of the preview, it's revealed that players will be able to explore four of the game's locations in VR.
And, there's even a bit of VR coming to Mankind Divided. You won't be able to play the full game with a VR headset, but there will be four in-game locations you can visit and explore in virtual reality.
Yesterday, new details on Deus Ex Mankind Divided have surfaced online. Head of Studio David Anfossi revealed some new details on the Breach mode, a new live play mode that will allow players to earn a variety of rewards. This mode is going to receive updates on a regular basis, so it's going to be expanded after the game launches. Plenty of gameplay footage has also emerged online yesterday, showcasing the hub city of Prague and more.
Deus Ex Mankind Divided will launch on August 23rd on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. More on the game will surely be coming in the next few days, so stay tuned for all the latest news on the latest entry of Eidos Montreal's popular series.