At long last, we finally get an idea of what exactly Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will look and, we've gotta say, it looks pretty sweet.

Following on from 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution, it's clear that EidosMontreal are acutely aware of both the hype surrounding the game and the reality that they've got to try and measure up to what came before. It's a difficult task, to say the least, but going by everything we've seen, it's looking like they've done it again.

Set some years after the events of Human Revolution, Adam Jensen is now alone and facing off against the Illuminati as he tries to uncover a global conspiracy that is separating augments - that's human cyborgs - and humans. The game's already caused some controversy in South Africa over the usage of apartheid as part of the game's in-universe story.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided hits stores on August 23rd worldwide and pre-orders are now available.