E3 2021 has always been a big show for Square Enix. This is the time of year when we can expect some exciting updates from the video game developer, whether it’s a preview of an upcoming title or a preview of an upcoming title. new engine. From what Square Enix Presents showed not too long ago, we should see a bunch of new gameplay from a handful of games.
When is Square Enix Presents at E3 2021?
Square Enix Presents airs on Sunday, June 13 at 12:15 p.m. PDT / 3:15 p.m. EDT / 8:15 p.m. BST or Monday, June 14 at 5:15 a.m. AEST in Australia.
How to watch Square Enix Presents at E3 2021?
Like the rest of E3 2021, you’ll be able to watch Square Enix’s speech right here on IGN, whether it’s our website or various social media apps and platforms. E3’s online portal and smartphone app will also feature the live streaming showcase
What to expect from Square Enix at E3 2021
Square Enix should have quite a few games to show us based on what we saw at the last developer Presents event. These are just a few of the games we plan to see in the coming weeks, but expect more as it may also feature new unannounced games and smaller games not mentioned here.
Final Fantasy XVI
This one is a bit obvious, but we’ve been waiting for an update on Final Fantasy XVI. We already have a lot of details about the characters and world, and we know the game is already well in development. All we need now is a big gameplay reveal, especially after Final Fantasy XVI was absent in the last Square Enix Presents event. The only tricky thing is that it’s already confirmed to be a PS5 exclusive, which means Sony could save it for its own presentation.
Origin of Final Fantasy
Square Enix may not have just one, but two Final Fantasy games in store for us. Origin of Final Fantasy is so far rumored to be an action-RPG spin-off by the developer of Nioh Team Ninja, which already makes it pretty exciting. An alpha demo of the game is slated to release this summer, so seeing the game on stage might be the perfect time for a reveal trailer.
Dragon Quest XII: Flame of Destiny
It’s almost certain that we’ll see some Dragon Quest XII: The Flame of Fate trailer or gameplay footage during Square Enix Presents. The game was officially confirmed just a few weeks ago when Square Enix presented a title card at the end of a livestream celebrating the series’ 35th anniversary.
Life is Strange: True Colors
Life is Strange: True Colors already has a lot of limelight with reveal trailers and developer commentary during the last Square Enix Presents Spring event, but we hope to see some more footage from the game. release planned for September, so we expect to see at least one new trailer.
sorry (aka the game formerly known as Project Athia) is one of the games we’re most excited to see more of at E3 2021. This adventure game is basically Warframe with magic thanks to its race at the top of a cliff, magical shooting action. We’ve got an extended trailer and trailer, and we’re hoping to see an extended gameplay clip from Forspoken in a few weeks.
Tomb Raider Anime Series
We expect Tomb Raider to definitely make an appearance at E3 2021 to celebrate its 25 anniversary. We don’t expect to see the announcement of a new game, as the developer of the reboot trilogy has stated that they will not be making “a major game announcement in the near future.” What’s definitely confirmed is a new Tomb Raider animated series in development at Netflix, and we expect to see at least one trailer.
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