Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was at one point going up against Mirror's Edge: Catalyst and Far Cry: Primal for a February 23rd release date. Well, that busy February got less busy when Mirror's Edge: Catalyst moved back to May, and it has just gotten even freer.
Eidos Montreal announced that they will be moving the Deus Ex sequel back too, pretty substantially I might add. A whole 6 months in fact, as the new release date falls on August 23rd. In the statement, the developer said they "don't want to compromise on quality" as reasoning for pushing it back.
I guess that gives the game another E3 appearance, which will probably do it wonders. I'm just glad time is being taken to get things right.