Our editor-in-chief Steve Watts was quite impressed with Deus Ex Go, a puzzle-oriented tech on the long-running stealth/RPG/shooter franchise—and one that augments the next full-featured entry in that franchise in a unique and rewarding way.
GameSpot pointed out that Deus Ex Go gives you opportunities to earn skill points that you can use in the Xbox One or PC versions of Deus Ex: Mankind, due for release next week. Completing certain tasks rewards you with Praxis kits, consumable items that grant you a skill point to invest in Mankind Divided's tree.
Deus Ex Go gives you up to five Praxis kits: two for finishing the game; one for earning Mastermind status (solving a puzzle in under a set number of moves) on every level; and two more for finishing your first and second sets of weekly puzzles.
You'll need to play Deus Ex Go while signed in to your Square Enix ID. Once you get your hands on the PC or Xbox One edition of Mankind Divided, log in with your ID and your Praxis kits will unlock.
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Boy I wish I could play this on a Friday instead of Tuesday.
So is there a reason it only gives you the points for the PC or Xbox version?