Where was Final Fantasy 7 Remake at E3 2018?

Yolanda Curtis
June 13, 2018

But the livestream did include a reveal for a brand new PlatinumGames title called Babylon's Fall.

Square Enix's E3 presentation is now over as quickly as it started, and many people are sounding off about the conference with some calling it the worst one of this year's E3.

The stealthy gameplay from Shadow of the Tomb Raider was interesting, but lacked impact after the cinematic trailer that was shown yesterday. We also got no word yet on what the status of the Nintendo Switch version is.

It seems that the trailer's use of live-action is more than just a stylistic marketing choice.

More information was promised in August, which perhaps means Gamescom.

After a very familiar opening that shows off the world of Arendelle in the Kingdom Hearts universe, the trailer begins to show snippets of new footage, including what appears to be a cooking mini game with Remy from Pixar's Ratatouille.

Kingdom Hearts III is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One January 25, 2019 in Japan and Asia, and January 29 in North America and Europe. But we already knew about Just Cause 4. We might finally hear more of Left Alive, and maybe a new look at the Final Fantasy VII Remake.

The world's of Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are coming together under one roof this summer in what appears to be a collaboration that pits Final Fantasy characters against beasts from Monster Hunter.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is up next with two members of DONTNOD explaining how this game will relate to Season 2 of Life is unusual including some links to entice players.

"Dragon Quest XI" is releasing in September, and Square Enix also revealed the special editions of the game available for pre-order now.

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