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Apr 29, 2016 08:16 AM EDT

'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' Trailer, News & Updates: What's Inside The $140 Collector's Edition [VIDEO]

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The extensive 101 trailer for "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" by Square Enix is finally released online.The main protagonist, Adam Jensen recounts bits of the game's story and his would-be journey as a counter-terrorist force working with the Interpol against the Illuminati. The 101 trailer also revealed that the company will be releasing the game's Collector's Edition for pre-order.

"Mankind Divided" Collector's Edition

Fans of the franchise will surely enjoy this premium edition for their collection. It includes a physical copy of the game, The Covert Agent Pack which includes special in-game items like weapons and upgrades, a bonus in-game mission, A mini artbook, digital comic book, novella and a digital copy of the soundtrack. You can buy the "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" Collector's Edition at $140 each, IGN notes. The Collector's Edition is available for PS4, PC and Xbox One and also includes items that are inside the Day One Edition.


"Mankind Divided" Day One Edition

This is a smaller boxed version of the Square Enix's newest "Deus Ex" game. It contains an Adam Jensen figure, a steelbook case and a 48-Page Titan artbook that will all be encased inside an exclusive black and gold box. The Day One version costs $60 and is available for PS4, PC and Xbox One, Polygon notes.

"Mankind Divided" Digital Standard/Deluxe Editions

The game also has standard and deluxe digital editions for PS4, PC and Xbox One. The digital standard edition contains an extra in-game mission and covert agent packs with various bonus weapons and items. The digital standard edition costs $60. The digital deluxe edition contains all those included in the standard edition plus a season pass for $90, Game Spot reports.

The game will be released on August 23 this year. It will be available for PS4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.

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