Deus Ex Human Revolution Mankind Divded Lifetime Sales

Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Mankind Divided Sales Reach 12 Million

Lifetime sales for Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided have reached over 12 million units worldwide. This information was revealed during a livestream where it was announced that Embracer Group would be acquiring Eidos-Montréal. Sales do not include the releases of Deus Ex or Deus Ex: Invisible War. Instead, total lifetime sales are split between Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut, and its direct sequel, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

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The livestream also shared the number of paid mobile downloads for Deus Ex: Go. The title is similar to Lara Croft: Go, where players traverse maps to complete puzzles and take down enemies. However, it featured elements from Deus Ex: Human Revolution, including hacking and Adam Jensen’s signature takedowns.

You can watch the livestream below. The segment about Deus Ex begins at 15:47.

Eidos-Montréal released Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which featured protagonist Adam Jensen, in 2011. The title featured a skill tree of sorts, that would allow for players to slot in points to obtain various augmentations. This included bolstering their hacking skills, or upgrading total health and armor. A mobile game, Deus Ex: The Fall, released in 2013. The sequel, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, released in 2016.

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