Early bird reviews are fairly positive on tomorrow’s big AAA release Deus Ex: Mankind. If an 85/100 Metacritic score is enough to get you aboard the Deus Ex hype train and pick up a copy you might want to know there’s a discount lurking the web.
GMG has a 25% price break on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. This drops the price on the Standard Edition from $60 to only $45 or the Deluxe from $90 to $67.49. On the digital deluxe version you’ll need to login or create an account in order to see the full discount.
Deus Ex Deals
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Digital Deluxe Edition (Steam) — $67.49 (list $90)
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Steam) — $44.99 (list $60)
- Login or create an account to see the discounts
GMG is a fully authorized retailer by Square Enix, that means if you buy before release you’ll get all the same preorder bonuses as you would paying full price on Steam. GMG is a fairly quick at getting you Steam key too (almost instantly after purchase). Plug in that key on Steam before the game releases and start preloading the 19.9GB download (45GB after unpacking).
New Details On Deluxe Edition
If you’re stuck on whether to buy either the Standard or the Deluxe Edition, a few new details were released by Square Enix. The basic gist is that the Season Pass will have two major Story expansion packs, one in the Fall and one in the Winter. In addition to that there will be some “Day One” bonuses available at the games launch to players giving them a head start on the game.
The launch bonuses are there to give the Deluxe buyer a head start on the game. Here’s the included Day One bonuses in the Deluxe Edition.
- Assault Pack – battle rifle, chaff augmentation, ammo, armor piercing ammo, frag grenades, emp grenades
- Tactical Pack – tranquilizer rifle, micro assembler augmentation, tranq ammo, smoke grenades, gas grenades.
- 4 Praxis Kits
- 5,000 Credits
- 1,000 Crafting Parts
- 5 Breach Booster Packs
- 20 Breach Chipsets
These are all items you can earn in-game, but it’s a nice gesture to toss at fans of the series willing to shell out big bucks before the game even launches. If you’re a fan of the Deus Ex series there is a way to justify bumping up to Deluxe on Day One.