The stealthy gameplay from Shadow of the Tomb Raider was interesting, but lacked impact after the cinematic trailer that was shown yesterday. However, when it was all said and done, Square Enix had very little to offer.
Not much is really shown in the trailer but anything from Platinum Games is worth keeping an eye out for.
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.
Square Enix's other new game was called The Quiet Man and is also only listed for PlayStation 4 and PC. We got a small look at the beautifully rendered, ridiculously named Octopath Traveler for Switch next month.
Merkel expresses skepticism over upcoming G7 summit
The other G7 leaders met without Trump for the rest of the day, discussing climate change and worldwide development. President Donald Trump called earlier on Friday for Russian Federation to be brought back into the global grouping.
Rafael Nadal Wins 11th French Open
I am happy that other people have things, and I am very satisfied, and I feel very lucky with all the things that happened it me. The Austrian speared a 222 kilometers per hour ace just for good measure in the fourth game to save a break point.
Wolfenstein Young Blood Announced; Co-Op For Main Campaign Confirmed
Oh, and that has an actual VR mode, which also includes some extra single-player puzzles designed for PC and PlayStation VR. During their E3 presentation , Bethesda made the surprise announcement that another Wolfenstein experience is on the way.
Babylon's Fall is coming to PS4 and PC in 2019.
In a rather short showcase at E3 Monday, Square Enix teased a handful of games - mostly ones that have already been announced - to get people excited about what's in store for the near future. The December 8 release date does seem to suggest a very optimistic view of its chances though.
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. Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are joining up to make two groups of nerds incredibly happy.
What was disappointing though was that there was no mention at all of Square Enix's Avengers game, which previous year they'd implied would be revealed at E3.