Sq. Enix at E3 2021: When It Is and What to Anticipate

Sq. Enix at E3 2021: When It Is and What to Anticipate

June 4, 2021 Off By tracy

E3 2021 has all the time been a giant present for Sq. Enix. It’s the time of 12 months after we can sit up for listening to thrilling updates from the online game developer, whether or not it is a glimpse of an upcoming title or a take a look at a brand new engine. Based mostly on what Sq. Enix Presents confirmed not too way back, we must always see a bunch of recent gameplay from a handful of video games.

When is Sq. Enix Presents at E3 2021?

Sq. Enix Presents will air on Sunday, June 13 at 12:15 pm PDT / 3:15 pm EDT / 8:15 pm BST or Monday June 14 at 5:15 am AEST in Australia.

Methods to watch Sq. Enix Presents at E3 2021?

Like the remainder of E3 2021, you’ll have the ability to watch Sq. Enix’s keynote proper right here on IGN whether or not it’s our web site or numerous apps and social media platforms. E3’s personal on-line portal and smartphone app will even be carrying the livestream showcase

What to Anticipate From Sq. Enix at E3 2021

Sq. Enix ought to have fairly a couple of video games to indicate us based mostly on what we noticed from the developer’s final Presents occasion. These are only a few of the video games we count on to see within the coming weeks however count on extra as it might additionally current new, unannounced video games and smaller ones not talked about right here.

Ultimate Fantasy 16: The 6 Realms of Valisthea

This one is a little bit of a no brainer however we’re lengthy overdue for an replace on Ultimate Fantasy XVI. We have already got loads of particulars on the characters and world, and we all know the sport is already properly into improvement. All we’d like now could be a giant gameplay reveal, particularly after Ultimate Fantasy XVI was a no-show on the final Sq. Enix Presents occasion. The one difficult factor is that is already confirmed to be a PS5 unique, which implies Sony may be saving it up for their very own presentation.

Ultimate Fantasy Origin

Sq. Enix won’t simply have one, however two Ultimate Fantasy video games in retailer for us. Ultimate Fantasy Origin is thus far rumored to be an action-RPG spin-off by Nioh developer Crew Ninja, which makes it sound fairly thrilling already. An alpha demo of the sport is purportedly set to launch this summer time, so seeing the sport on stage might be the right time for a reveal trailer.

Dragon Quest XII: The Flame of Destiny

It is nearly assured that we’ll see a trailer or gameplay footage of Dragon Quest XII: The Flame of Destiny throughout Sq. Enix Presents. The sport was formally confirmed only a few weeks in the past when Sq. Enix flashed a title card on the finish of a livestream celebrating the sequence’ thirty fifth anniversary.

Life is Unusual: True Colours

Life is Unusual: True Colours already bought loads of limelight with reveal trailers and developer commentary over the last Sq. Enix Presents Spring occasion, however we’re hoping to see much more footage of the sport. The sport is because of launch in September, so we’re anticipating to see at the very least a brand new trailer for it.


Forspoken (aka the sport previously referred to as Venture Athia) is among the video games we’re most excited to see extra of at E3 2021. This journey sport is mainly Warframe with magic because of its clifftop working, magic taking pictures motion. We’ve bought a teaser trailer and an prolonged trailer, and we’re hoping to see an prolonged gameplay clip of Forspoken in only a few weeks.

Tomb Raider Anime Sequence

We count on Tomb Raider will certainly make an look of some sort at E3 2021 to rejoice its 25 anniversary. We do not count on to see an announcement of a brand new sport, because the developer of the reboot trilogy stated it will not make a “main sport announcement within the close to future.” What is certainly confirmed is a brand new Tomb Raider anime sequence in improvement at Netflix, and we count on to see a trailer for it on the very least.

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