Here’s what Square Enix announced at E3 2018


At the Square Enix E3 Showcase 2018 on Monday, June 11 (June 12, Manila time), Square Enix had a number of trailers and information drops for viewers.

Beginning the conference on a high note a new trailer was shown for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

We also get some more insight into some of the background story with Organization XIII, and a character I swore I killed deader than dead in an earlier game.

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A number of Square Enix titles have already been revealed at some of the other showcases including Kingdom Hearts III and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

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.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood is getting a new patch called Under the Moonlight, and along with that comes a crossover with Monster Hunter: World.

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Unfortunately for Square Enix, the slew of trailers thrown in felt underwhelming since majority have already been seen before- many of them were shown at Microsoft's conference on Sunday. This title is coming to PlayStation 4 and Steam on September 4, 2018.

A brand new game from Square Enix, Babylon's Fall takes place in the far future and perhaps mimics the fall of real-world Babylon in 500s BCE. We'll being you more details as soon as we get them! This trailer focused instead on the cast of Pirates of the Caribbean.

It looks like a modern day NY setting, with the mute protagonist beating up a selection of gang members, while the tag line reads "silence rings loudest". The words: "Silence, rings, loudest" appear in the video.

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