No exact date has been given just yet, but it looks like the official Deus Ex: Mankind Divided soundtrack will be getting a release this fall. The official Deus Ex Twitter account sent out a tweet showing off the game soundtrack’s cover art, and simply stated that it will be out in the fall. You can take a look at the tweet down below.
The soundtrack will feature the works of Sascha Dikiciyan, Michael McCann, and Ed Harrison. From what we’ve heard of the soundtrack so far, overall the music lends itself well to the themes of the game, and contributes to Mankind Divided’s sci-fi dystopian future vibe. Mankind Divided is the sequel to 2011’s Human Revolution, and puts players back into the shoes of Adam Jensen as he finds himself in a world where ‘natural’ humans are distancing themselves from the Augs.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is now available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. What are your thoughts on the game so far? Let us know in the comments down below.
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