- Finding Koller's Workshop (The Easy Way) - Normally, you'll have to complete the troublesome Golden Ticket side quest if you want to find Koller's Workshop. However, there's an alternate method. In Prague, after reaching the plaza located between the stone archways (look for a large boulder suspended overhead), jump to the top of the arch positioned above the checkpoint. You'll need to climb the scissor lift nearby in order to make the leap. Next, jump across the window sills and follow the rooftops until you arrive at the balcony attached to a pink apartment building. Access that balcony and enter the building, then climb through the ventilation ducts. You'll make your way to the rooftops, so that now you're positioned over the Time Machine bookstore. Proceed across the next archway and stick to the right as you follow window sills and ledges. When you can reach the single-story warehouse, jump to it. With the cloaking aug active, drop into the warehouse and proceed to the locker room near the back. Now climb into the vents, breaking a vent cover positioned to your right. Follow that duct and you'll finally reach the elevator that grants access to the workshop.
- Resting Companion Cube - Remember the companion cube from Portal? You can find it in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Travel to the basement of the store Future-Past Antiky, located in the center of Prague. There, look behind the stack of boxes and you'll find the cube.
- Doge on the Record - If Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is any indication, we can expect Doge (the popular Shiba Inu dog featured in countless memes around the Internet) to remain in our lives for quite some time yet. In the game, you'll find his face adorning a record, which is titled "Doggy Holly" and is produced by "DogeWorld Records."
- SEGA's Greatest Game of 2029 - It has become a meme of sorts in recent years to add "& Knuckles" to the end of a game title, with the apparent aim of immediately making it better. As you wander around the Deus Ex world, you'll find various shops that feature a (so far fictional) game from SEGA that takes that meme and carries it to the logical conclusion. Knuckles & Knuckles & Knuckles sounds pretty good, don't you think? Apparently, you'll have to wait until 2029 for that particular title to become a reality.