Square Enix E3 2018: The Five Biggest Announcements

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In the short teaser we got, it looks like Babylon's Fall is a melee action game with a healthy dose of fantasy elements thrown in there.

Now that it has been confirmed that Kingdom Hearts 3 will release on January 29, 2019, Square Enix revealed more details at Sony's E3 2018 showcase.

What we can tell you is that the game is now only bein advertised for release on PlayStation 4 and Steam. It started off with a live action trailer of character walking into an alley, ready to beat some fools.

According to the developers, the game will feature new traversal options for Lara in addition to some more ruthless gameplay.

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. We might finally hear more of Left Alive, and maybe a new look at the Final Fantasy VII Remake. This appears to be far better, and not just graphics-wise.

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If that wasn't enough, fans will be pleased to see that Kingdom Hearts 3 also has a collector's edition of the game for both PS4 and Xbox One. The dialogue was pretty very bad though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers.

Other trailered games included Nier: Automata: Become As Gods, Octopath Traveler, Dragon Quest XI, Under the Moonlight, Monster Hunter World and Stormblood.

There is more information for the game being promised in August.

We're also really looking forward to playing the free prequel to Life Is Strange 2, called The Awesome Adventures Of Captain Spirit - which will be released on June 26.