Square Enix has grown closer to the company, which is independently owned, following the release and success of Nier.
With new trailers for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dragon Quest XI, and a promising new intellectual property from Platinum Games called Babylon's Fall, Square Enix brought a little bit of hype to fans, but not almost as much as some other publishers did over the weekend. But we'll probably have to wait for more info about what Platinum is doing next.
It's out next year, but only for PlayStation 4 and PC. We already got a new release date for Kingdom Hearts III that has the game due out on January 29, but Square Enix didn't show anything new about the game and instead chose to use a trailer that was already shared during a previous E3 conference.
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.
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The hyped presentation did have plenty to share on a new Tomb Raider title, to which they devoted about seven minutes of their half-hour presser. The dialogue was pretty very bad though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers.
The Square Enix E3 conference is happening on Monday, June 11.