Deus Ex In-Game Footage Reveals What to Expect From Edios Dawn Engine

After confirming the latest Deus Ex: Manking Divided release and giving us a taste of what the story is all about, Edios now shows us what to expect once we play the title. The developer just revealed a new in-game footage of the game, but before that, let’s review the trailer first.

Edios revealed what the story is all about, its characters and some juicy action. But a trailer doesn’t really show what to expect when you are playing it. I mean the graphics are amazing in trailers, but what does your actual rig render when you play? Well, now we can see just that and how great its Dawn engine is.

If you are familiar with previous Deus Ex titles, then you pretty much know what to expect in terms of gameplay here too. However, Edios did mention it has improved some gameplay features that let you use stealth and combat more effectively. The developer has also confirmed that you can choose not to kill anyone throughout the story, which in turn may affect the outcome too.

As far as I know, stealth shooters do have moments when you have to kill someone at some point, but nobody at all? If they manage to pull this off, we may look at the most non-violent title we’ve seen so far.

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Batman vs Superman Trailer Leaked!

Well it’s finally starting, leaked trailers of THE superhero film. Yes we have The Avengers which is awesome, but this is just something that will stir inside us. Back in the day, at one time or another; we all thought about “What if Superman fought Batman/ Wolverine/ Ironman/ Thor?” Obviously Superman is pretty much indestructible, so first thought is Batman is going down and hard.

Now this isn’t the first trailer for the new film, we have the official teaser, but this one seems a lot darker and sinister.

Very dark stuff indeed. It has been doing the rounds on Twitter, some mocking how dark it is. At points during the trailer, you can hear the chanting of “Go Home, Go Home!” over and over, something that really resonated with me. It seems like this film is all about a public uproar and how heroes should be banding together, but are instead ripping each other apart.

How do you feel with the new film and how this trailer portrays it? Do you think that the only way to get reactions from the target audience is to turn everything into a dark thriller? Heck even Disney are going down the dark path with some of their newer live action films.

Let us know your thoughts on this in the comments.

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