Square Enix may not have the most to show off at the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles this week, but it does have some of the most anticipated games in development. The finished game will launch for PC and PS4 in 2019. Square are promising "more to come" in August which suggests we'll have to keep guessing until then.More news: Biggest announcements from EA at E3 ft. Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Anthem and more
Following its E3 reveals, Square Enix released a large back of screenshots and artwork of its upcoming JRPG Kingdom Hearts III.
Beginning the conference on a high note a new trailer was shown for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.More news: Kylie Jenner Deletes All Pictures Of Stormi Webster From Instagram
Dragon Quest XI was also looking very good, with great graphics and an interesting, somewhat Zelda-esque, open world.
The world's of Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are coming together under one roof this summer in what appears to be a collaboration that pits Final Fantasy characters against beasts from Monster Hunter.More news: Trump says Larry Kudlow suffers a heart attack
This was to be Square Enix's first exhibition at E3 in three years, so needless to say, as the gatekeepers to many much-beloved franchises, people were hype to see what it was going to offer. Likewise, another look at the twee and free The Awesome Adventures Of Captain Spirit from Dontnod added more intrigue to the Life Is Strange companion piece, but again: we already knew about these games.
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