The people behind a 3D pattern program Autodesk has expelled a brief video detailing some of a collection used by Deus Ex: Mankind Divided developer Eidos Montreal. The video consists of several interviews and shots of a studio, though code new gameplay shots of their arriving project are also found dark among a other clips.
Much of a Mankind Divided footage appears to be cinematics, depicting cybernetically extended soldiers violence adult people on a street, adorned demonstrations of some of a game’s robotic enlarge abilities, protagonist Adam Jensen jumping from a helicopter, and more. There is even a tiny volume of gameplay churned in by over-the-shoulder shots of developers conceptualizing a diversion on their workstations.
Presumably, too most calm is benefaction in a video to be accidently placed, though divulgence new diversion footage as B-roll in an attention partnership video seems like an surprising choice.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was creatively slated to launch in February, though a large check kicked it behind to Aug 23rd. The diversion is rising for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.