Kingdom Hearts 3 should have been the show's home run. The reveal of a new world, or an early look at its Big Hero 6 locale? It looks like being even more chaotic than ever (if you can believe that) and is bound to provide great filler for YouTube compilations for the months after its release. As an added bonus, everyone who pre-orders any physical edition of the game through the Square Store will receive a special Dragon Quest XI lanyard. But we already knew about Just Cause 4. This game is being developed for PS4 and Steam by Platinum games and will release in 2019.
PlatinumGames upcoming title "Babylon's Fall" was announced with a brief teaser trailer during the conference.More news: New U.S. Taiwan Office Prompts Questions Over Who Will Lead It
We'll find out more about the game this August. The publisher streamed the announcements directly to viewers in lieu of a stage show, which was a good call considering just how little new information there was to share relative to the press conferences of Microsoft, EA and Bethesda.
What was disappointing though was that there was no mention at all of Square Enix's Avengers game, which a year ago they'd implied would be revealed at E3. There will also be a crossover event with Brave Exvius.More news: Jean-Pierre Bemba ruling a blow for victims - and for Joseph Kabila
Video game stories from other sites on the web. It's not just for the sake of their fans, but for the sake of their public image. That was the best. Square Enix revealed some cinematic cutscenes as well as gameplay of the main protagonist slashing a dragon with a giant sword, riding a horse throughout the world and wielding an interesting "Light" power that seems to be the focus of the game.More news: Deontay Wilder 'agrees' to fight Anthony Joshua in the UK