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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Jacks Into Linux

For serious cyberpunks

I'm sure Adam Jensen thinks himself a cool cyberpunk sticking it to The Man, with his cyberarm and cybershades and Beppebeard, but he doesn't truly know what it means to hack the planet. We've never even seen him use Linux, let alone rip some sweet nollie flips on his skateboard. You can now show him up. Porting house Feral Interactive today launched the Linux version of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided [official site] so you can put Jensen to shame while playing as him. Maybe don't play while skateboarding without serious augmentation, though.

Mankind Divided's Linux port is bopped up on Steam, coming free for everyone who already owns the game. Or, from another perspective, if you buy it for Linux you'll get a Windows version too. Feral's planned Mac version is still in the works, coming later.

The system requirements are over here. Curiously, it doesn't "currently" support AMD graphics cards. And no, you can't use the open-source Nvidia drivers as right now they "do not support a number of the graphical features used in the game", Feral say.

If you've been not paying much attention to Mankind Divided until it hit Linux, hey, check out Wot Graham Thought of it, why Alec thinks Jensen's attitude sucks, and this screenshot gallery of lovely environments.

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