Avengers & Left Alive No Shows at Square Enix E3 2018

  • Avengers & Left Alive No Shows at Square Enix E3 2018

Avengers & Left Alive No Shows at Square Enix E3 2018

Square Enix has confirmed that there will be a new Tomb Raider game released in 2018, with Shadow of the Tomb Raider set to conclude the reboot trilogy that begun back in 2013.

From Final Fantasy to Tomb Raider, Square Enix has been releasing games to Western and worldwide audiences for years - often to critical acclaim. No Final Fantasy VII remake details and nothing on The Avengers or Guardians of the Galaxy.

Prior to Square Enix showing off Just Cause 4, the game's price went up on Steam.

As you can see in the trailer the planned release date for Octopath Traveler is July 13th, which is quickly approaching. We didn't receive a lot of information on these two new reveals, and the content we did see featured content shown at Microsoft's Press Conference yesterday morning.

A partially live-action teaser trailer for a game titled "The Quiet Man" (presumably the sequel to The Bye-Bye Man) was shown.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider will be arriving on September 14, 2018.

SQUARE ENIX E3 CONFERENCE - What to expect?

This one's still a little mysterious, but one of the games shown during Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference was the latest from Bayonetta developer PlatinumGames.

Sony also announced a special, limited edition Kingdom Hearts PS4 Pro for preorder.

Unfortunately, it still looks like the Nintendo 3DS version of the game is canceled in the West. Players will be able to get a hold of a Palico as a companion in the game, along with hunting a Rathalos and likely other Monster Hunter creatures in the world of Eorzea. Just Cause 4 is on the way, along with a new Souls-like game from Platinum and a few other things.

You can pre-order the game today worldwide starting today.

Fans have already been waiting half their lives for Kingdom Hearts III-you push people way too far, Square Enix! All three figures appear to be in their Toy Story world garbs as each appear to be more toy-like than collectible premium statues. But again, Square Enix made a decision to show a slightly modified trailer from the Xbox press conference. The trailer was also bad as well, featuring live-action "seamlessly" transitioning into video game footage, except it doesn't look good or seamless at all.