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The Roccasecca Beach VersaLife facility, located offshore from San Francisco, California, United States, is a major research facility run by VersaLife. The facility is mentioned in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

Background Edit

It is suggested that the facility's offshore location was designed to allow the facility to avoid the impact of earthquakes hitting the mainland.[1]

Researchers at the facility include Megan Reed, who develops the Orchid while working at the facility.

At one point prior to the events of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, a research assistant named Anneke Norstadt working at this facility was, intentionally or accidentally, poisoned with the Orchid. However, her death was officially written off by VersaLife as an "industrial accident."

Other research at the facility includes the use of nanites for pharmacological applications.[2]

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Edit

When Adam Jensen returns from Golem City, he learns from Alex Vega that Anneke Norstadt was poisoned at the facility under mysterious circumstances.[3]

Later, Jensen learns that Task Force 29 director Joseph Manderley had ordered Central European branch director Jim Miller to frame the Augmented Rights Coalition for a break-in at the facility that has yet to occur, as part of a plot to implicate ARC for terrorist incidents that have nothing to do with ARC. Bob Page was not pleased to discover that Manderley had given such an order to Miller, but tells Manderley that he intends to take advantage of the break-in to clean up a related incident, potentially referring to the incident surrounding the death of Anneke Norstadt.[4]

Breach Edit

A ripper discovers that a six-year-old girl named Lindsey Thompson was treated for leukemia at the facility by administration of nanites, which remarkably were able to control Lindsey's leukemia as well as exhibiting other useful pharmacological functions. However, VersaLife faked Lindsey's death to her parents in order to further their studies of the experimental nanotech treatment. Having learned that the girl is still alive, the ripper utilizes an ex-military contact to rescue Lindsey from the facility. Lindsey is reunited with her parents, but dies shortly afterwards when the nanites self-destructed or otherwise ceased functioning.[2]

References Edit

  1. Picus TV News Reports (A Criminal Past).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Just What the Doctor Ordered (Breach Darknet File)
  3. Dialogue with Alex Vega during M9: Checking Out the Men in Charge.
  4. Cutscene during M9: Checking Out the Men in Charge.
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