As gamers everywhere get ready for the upcoming “Deus Ex: Mankind Divided,” there may still be a portion of those who haven’t been able to play the game’s predecessor, “Deus Ex: Human Revolution.” Well, it seems like those gamers are in luck, as the GameChanger Charity is offering fans a copy of “Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut” for the PC if they donate to a charity.

Keeping the “Deus Ex” spirit alive, the GameChanger site gives players a choice of which charity to donate to and how much they can give. Whatever charity they choose, they’ll get the Director’s Cut version of “Deus Ex: Human Revolution,” which features all the game’s downloadable content, rebalanced boss fights and a host of other improvements from the original game.

The charities that gamers can donate to are Leukemia & Lymphona Society, Progeria Research Foundation, Miracles for Kids and Chordoma Foundation. A donation to any of these charities will garner fans a digital copy of “Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut,” so they will not only be donating to a good cause, but they’ll also get a good game out of it.

What might be the best part about this is the fact that people simply have to donate $1 to get the game, which is a huge bargain for PC gamers who haven’t been able to play the title yet, as reported by IGN. Each donor can get up to two copies and will receive an email by early July so those who donated can redeem their codes and be able to play the acclaimed game.

“Deus Ex: Human Revolution” is from Square Enix, the same company that publishes the “Tomb Raider” reboot and the “Hitman” games. “Human Revolution” was released in 2011 for Sony’s PlayStation 3, Microsoft’s Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii U and the Windows PC.

Thesequel “Mankind Divided” is slated for an early 2016 release and will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It was one of the most hyped games during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles earlier this month.  

Deus Ex Human Revolution Cinematic Directors Cut Trailer [HD] (Credit: YouTube/Machinima)