Square Enix's E3 2018 Sure Was Disappointing

Square Enix's E3 2018 Sure Was Disappointing

Square Enix's E3 2018 Sure Was Disappointing

Atop this, the grappling hook now has more tethers than ever (i.e. you can tie more stuff together with it), retains the booster rockets and now fires "air lifting balloons" (not fultons, obv) that can be attached to objects. Although it came out in Japan last year, it will finally make its way to the United States on September 4th of this year.

After an exciting day full of announcements from Microsoft and Bethesda on Sunday, Square Enix is kicking things off on Monday with its first E3 press conference since 2015. And whatever The Quiet Man is, we assume it's coming from the West if only because of the live-action European actors. The stealthy gameplay from Shadow of the Tomb Raider was interesting, but lacked impact after the cinematic trailer that was shown yesterday.

That trailer also featured more footage of the confirmed worlds and even some new hints at the major plot of the game.

Octopath Traveler was also given a quick name check, while a crossover with Monster Hunter: World was announced for MMO Final Fantasy XIV Online this summer.

"The Quiet Man" is from "Prey" developers Human Head Studios, and we can expect to hear more in August, according to the teaser trailer.

Along with the trailer, Square announced special editions of the game available to pre-order. However, when it was all said and done, Square Enix had very little to offer. But so far one of the biggest gaming mysteries we hoped to solve at E3 remains a mystery.

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