After a disappointing performance last year, tonight at E3 Square Enix had a lot to show for it. At the top of the list were two long-awaited, somewhat mysterious games: Final Fantasy VII Remake Y Avengers. We now have release dates for both, and trailers showing how they will actually play out. Further, Final Fantasy VIII It’s finally getting some love, while the music from the franchise is now available on streaming platforms. Here’s everything you may have missed.
A great new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake
Square Enix ruined the news of Final Fantasy VII RemakeThe March release date was last night, but today we got a better look at the game through a trailer. It includes a lot of details on how the more action-oriented combat will work, but more importantly, it introduces fan favorites Tifa and Sephiroth.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is being remastered
FFVII It’s not the only one Final Fantasy I play to get excited. Square Enix also showed off more of the remastered edition of Crystal chronicles, which was originally released on the Nintendo Gamecube. In addition to a new coat of paint, it will also feature online multiplayer. The remaster is coming to a wide range of platforms, including PS4, Switch, iOS, and Android, sometime this winter.
A real first look at the Avengers.
We knew that Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal were working on a Avengers game, but years after it was first announced, we still hadn’t seen the game. That changed tonight, with a new trailer showing the actual game and its cast of heroes, complete with a new post-MCU look. The game will launch next May.
Final Fantasy music is now streaming, and maybe more.
OK, so technically it eluded us a few days ago, but Square Enix gave us a few more details about their foray into music streaming. Right now you can hear a lot of Final Fantasy music, but the company says this is just the “beginning.” Hopefully that means the magnificent Chrono cross The soundtrack is on the way.
Outriders is a new cooperative action game from the creators of Bulletstorm.
People Can Fly revealed the studio’s first new game in quite some time, and it’s a cooperative action game for up to three players. Called Outriders, is “set in a dark and desperate sci-fi universe,” and features a cooperative game of abandonment and abandonment. It is expected to launch next summer.
Final Fantasy VIII finally gets its expiration
The black sheep of the FF The family finally got some love tonight at E3. Square Enix announced that the often ignored. Final Fantasy VIII It will make its way to the PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and Steam later this year.
With the Oninaki Tokyo RPG Factory studio, take action
Tokyo RPG Factory has created a niche for making classic style JRPG like I am setsuna Y Lost sphear, but the third release of the studio changes things a bit. Oninaki is an action RPG, and one with an appropriately solemn setting, as you play a character “whose duty it is to lead lost souls to the next world.” The game is due out on Switch, PS4, and Steam in August.