Square Enix had a handful of new trailers and gameplay sequences to reveal during its E3 press conference Monday afternoon.
Apparently, more details will be coming in August, but you can check it out for yourself below.
Other Square Enix titles that should have some stage time include Just Cause 4, Octopath Traveler, the Final Fantasy 7 remake that was announced three years ago, and the Avengers project from Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal.
While many E3 viewers were currently ranking EA Play's conference at the lower end of the totem pole - some specifically for its lack of Skate 4 - some have now changed their minds to put Square Enix at the back of the pack.
Square Enix and Capcom, meanwhile, will have a Final Fantasy XIV - Monster Hunter World crossover event slated for Summer 2018.
Really, the only two titles we had no clue about going into the showcase were The Quiet Man and Babylon's Fall.
For the most part, the show was one giant retread. Babylon's Fall, meanwhile, was only of interest because of PlatinumGames' name being attached to it. She will once again be up against Trinity and Lara will have to use the jungle to survive, what this means exactly though is detailed to us through a new trailer.
A new trailer for "Dragon Quest XI" showcases the hero's journey in the upcoming RPG and shows off the gorgeous animations in the game.
This is one of the few new titles we saw, and it sure looks interesting. The combat hinted toward using the silence as a weapon, stating that "silence rings loudest".
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