Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s Pre-Order DLC is Now Free For Everyone
Those who are tired of missing out on the numerous day-one exclusives offered by the too-many-to-count retailers can now live like money-disposable kings because all of Deus Ex Mankind Divided‘s pre-order DLC is now available for free on every platform!
The Augmented Covert Agent Pack mostly includes a few cosmetic add-ons along with a new playable mission, according to the DLC’s description:
“The Augmented Covert Agent Pack contains the Desperate Measures Extra in-Game Mission, a compilation of re-skins for Adam’s Armor and Trench Coat, a re-skinned Pistol and Combat Rifle, various ammunition packs, weapon upgrades, and more! With this pack, you will be able to both sport a custom look, and obtain additional tools to support your play style of choice.”
Deus Ex Mankind Divided’s PC version also comes with a few other updates that will fix a few of the small, nagging bugs with the game. The focus of the patch being:
- Resolving an issue where the inventory bar wouldn’t be saved if online
- Fixing a crash bug involving some users’ save files
- ‘Quit Game’ selection is now better aligned with the other menu options
The Augmented Covert Agent Pack is available on the PlayStation Network and the Microsoft Store now, but PC users need only to update their base game to enjoy all of the delicious pre-order perks. Sure, compared to other add-ons, this seems pretty lacking, but hey, free is still free, after all!
What do you think of the free freeness? Are you going to give Deus Ex: Mankind Divided another go? What platform do you play the game on? Leave us your wisdom in the comments below and be be sure to check out these other top stories!
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