Here’s what Square Enix announced at E3 2018

Well, Square Enix just wrapped up a short and uneventful E3 press conference that really seemed to phone it in. She will navigate through the jungle and, of course, tombs with new moves like grappling, wall running and 360 degree swimming, according to Chayer-Bisson. Then, it transformed into a video game scene, revealing that you're actually playing as a deaf character.

Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood expansion is next with a trailer showing off some of the boss fights and locations from the expansion.

Square Enix and Capcom, meanwhile, will have a Final Fantasy XIV - Monster Hunter World crossover event slated for Summer 2018.

The Amazing Adventures of Captain Spirit will release for free on June 26.

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It was a bright spot in an fairly underwhelming conference and showed the trademark style of Dragon Quest. By obtaining the light you'll be able to seal away the darkness, face your fate. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will be coming on September 4th.

Square showcased an epic new trailer that takes place during an early part of the game.

Just Cause 4 is confirmed as coming to PC and PS4 on December 4 with a new gameplay trailer above. Additionally we saw the Kingdom Hearts III trailer we saw at the Microsoft event yesterday, along with a deeper look into Captain Spirit, which looks cute, but I find it hard to get super excited about.

Square Enix's presentation included information on two new games called Babylon's Fall and The Quiet Man, with no insight on what these games are gonna be about.

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