Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has been out this week and just like what everybody expected, it received positive reviews from players, except for one thing; the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC bug. The glitch was later found after several logins within the game. Although this is not the only glitch found in the game, most of them were already addressed even before launching and the rest have been the ones players are currently experiencing.
According to Attack of the Fanboy, the first issue came when players attempted to visit Prague on the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC version. The reports states that on the third attempt to reach Prague; using the train station literally crashes the game. In fact, all train stations available for play in the game causes the crash, making it impossible to check on the next level.
The series of bugs found in the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided game has been brought to the attention of the developer wherein, the official Deus Ex twitter page responded with ?This has been raised internally, will share updates as we get them.?
Meanwhile, game developer Eidos Montreal and Square Enix has sprung into action, delivering a patch for the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC version tagged as v 1.0 build 524.7. This patch fixes the following problems found in the game:
- Fixed crashes caused by third-party programs interfering with the game.
- Fixed crash that occurred after viewing the intro videos.
- Fixed issue that could cause a crash at the end of the Prague intro scene.
- Fixed mouse invert setting not being displayed correctly in the options menu.
The beta version of the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC version is still available, and players can still go through this version to trackback on responded glitches on the game.
Another problem that players seem to face in the game is the one-time use of bonuses acquired when pre-ordering. Even the other bonuses bought using real money has the same issue. This means, players can only use them once and the next time they do a save, these bonuses will not be available for their use again.