It's been a while since Square Enix has used E3 for any major announcements, but they're going all-in this year, started with a pre-recorded livestream featuring their current line-up.
The game will be powered by the APEX Engine and promises to deliver the most interactive, extreme weather simulations ever seen in a videogame, complimented by incredible visuals, unparalleled physics and endless creative possibilities. The entire showcase only lasted for about 30 minutes, and it mostly featured stuff that we were already expecting (such as Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Kingdom Hearts 3).
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.
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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider offered a first look at jungle combat, with what seems to be a stealth system very similar to the Predator sections in Batman: Arkham. We'll find out more in August, but for now, see what you can make of its teaser trailer. We also hope to hear more about Dragon Quest Builders 2, perhaps even a release date. The dialogue was pretty terrible though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers.
Monster Hunter: World has been no stranger to crossovers with other franchises, and today we learned that Final Fantasy XIV will be the subject of the next one.