Although we weren't huge fans of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, it definitely had its supporters.
The in-depth experience, coupled with some fantastic visuals and a labyrinthine plot meant for one of the most unique games of 2011.
With Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Square Enix is looking to go even further.
Set several years after the events of Human Revolution, augments - humans who have cybernetic technology - are now hunted by governments and are becoming increasingly marginalised.
As you'd expect, a terrorist organisation has sprung up in response with ties to the Illuminati and the future of mankind. Yeah. Weighty stuff.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has no release date set for 2015, although we do know its coming to XboxOne, PS4 and PC.
Here's the trailer.