Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Update for PS4 Now Out, Fixes Crashing Issue
Eidos Montreal has rolled out a Deus Ex: Mankind Divided update for the PlayStation 4 today, and if you didn’t notice any gameplay changes, it’s because there doesn’t seem to be any.
Over on Twitter, a fan asked what changes were included in the title update, and the official Deus Ex account responded that it includes PS4-specific crashes, which usually occurs when the console’s internet connection drops.
It includes fixes for PS4-specific crashes, most of which would occur when losing a network connection. https://t.co/Sm2pJ657vI
— Deus Ex (@DeusEx) January 13, 2017
In other Mankind Divided news, we reported last week that the day-one DLC is now free for everyone, and that details regarding the second story DLC will be revealed soon.
If you’ve yet to buy Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, here’s what our own Paulmichael Contreras had to say in his glowing 9/10 review:
Once again, Eidos Montreal has created an engrossing, intense adventure that even FPS haters need to check out. Serious subject matter is explored; answers are not always cut-and-dry, much like in real life. There is also the occasional dose of humor, to break some of the tension. While combat can still be awkward from time to time, there are so many options at your disposal that such a minor issue can be overcome with relative ease thanks to the numerous choices at your disposal. This is a game you’ll want to play multiple times, to see how things could play out if you play a certain way, and its save system encourages experimentation. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is this summer’s must-play game.
Have you downloaded the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided update? Does it bring any noticeable gameplay changes?
[Source: Deus Ex (Twitter)]