Square Enix's conference, meanwhile, was supposed to show the publisher back to their best, but instead it showed them at their most complacent. "The two most prominent examples are brief teasers from Halo Infinite-presumably Halo 6-and an even shorter teaser for Elder Scrolls 6 at Bethesda's "#BE3" showcase. It's a game that already has everything people need to know such as a release date, plot, and more details, but it was a safe start.
Square Enix has announced The Quiet Man for PS4 and PC, and not much else at the moment.
More information was promised in August, which perhaps means Gamescom.
With Kingdom Hearts III being a reality that we can play next year, it was only a matter of time that Square Enix would get on the collector's edition bandwagon. It's hard to glean too much from the quick shots of gameplay, but we do some combos and counters alongside cinematic close-ups of the action.
Beginning the conference on a high note a new trailer was shown for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Just Cause 4 received the EDM treatment in a trailer that showcased its violently volatile world and weather, as well as a few snippets of gameplay.
It looks like a modern day NY setting, with the mute protagonist beating up a selection of gang members, while the tag line reads "silence rings loudest". Visually it's very good, capturing the likenesses of the characters very well indeed.
Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood is getting a new patch called Under the Moonlight, and along with that comes a crossover with Monster Hunter: World.