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Square Enix Presents at E3 2021: The 5 biggest announcements

Square Enix made several announcements and released a handful of trailers during its E3 2021 press conference on Sunday. The event featured all-new information, announcements, and trailers for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the War for Wakanda expansion for Marvel’s Avengers, Life is Strange: True Colors, Babylon’s Fall, Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, and more.
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How to tune into Square Enix’s E3 2021 games showcase

Square Enix will be taking part in the E3 2021 festivities with its own games showcase on Sunday, June 13th. It’ll feature a brand-new game announcement from the Eidos-Montréal team that’s responsible for some of the latest Tomb Raider and Deus Ex titles, as well as Marvel’s Avengers. The showcase will also feature Babylon’s Fall, the latest title developed by PlatinumGames announced at E3 2018, as well as more news on Life is Strange: True Colors and Marvel’s Avengers. If we’re lucky, perhaps we’ll even see some more news on Final Fantasy XVI and a second installment of the Final Fantasy VII Remake.
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New behind-the-scenes ‘Starfield’ video lands; Microsoft shows ‘Halo Infinite,’ Game Pass titles

The virtual version of the Electronic Entertainment Exhibition, better known as E3, is underway, with some of the world’s largest video game and console creators set to unveil new game tiles and other updates. This is the first E3 since 2019 after the coronavirus pandemic canceled last year’s conference, usually held at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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Square Enix announces action-heavy spinoff Final Fantasy Origin

The next Final Fantasy spinoff is heavy on the action, and certainly doesn’t skimp when it comes to giant swords. At its E3 2021 keynote, Square Enix revealed Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin — yes, that’s the actual full title — which is billed as a collaboration between Final Fantasy veterans Tetsuya Nomura and Kazushige Nojima, and renowned action game studio Team Ninja. You can get a sense of the action in the trailer above.
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Everything Square Enix Announced At E3 2021

With another year of E3 in the books for Square Enix, Eidos Montreal’s rumored Guardians of the Galaxy world premiere was a major highlight. Square Enix also gave fans a look at what’s coming for Final Fantasy, Marvel’s Avengers, Life is Strange, Babylon’s Fall, and Guardians of the Galaxy. These...
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How to watch the Square Enix E3 2021 press conference

Square Enix will host its E3 2021 press conference on Sunday, June 13, at 3:15 p.m EDT. The publisher promises updates on several already announced projects, as well a reveal of a brand-new game by Deus Ex and Marvel’s Avengers developer Eidos-Montreal. Square Enix said to also expect updates on...
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The Biggest Announcements from Square Enix Presents E3 2021

Marvel Comics games were a big part of the Square Enix Presents E3 2021 Livestream. IGN's Max Scoville, Mitchell Saltzman, Cameron Hawkins, and Zach Ryan talk about the Marvel's Avengers - Black Panther: War for Wakanda announcement and the character design of the new Guardians of the Galaxy game.
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Counting down to Square Enix Presents E3 2021

UPDATED - Square Enix Take to the Stage Today. Today's the day for Square Enix fans as they eagerly await the latest from the developer/publisher. Many fans are hoping that Square puts together a better showing than Gearbox Software yesterday, where very little was revealed or even talked about. There...
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Square Enix E3 2021 Press Conference: How To Watch

Final Fantasy publisher Square Enix is once again holding its own press conference at E3 2021, and now the company has revealed more details, including when it's taking place and how to watch. The event, which is called Square Enix Presents, is coming June 13, and in this post you can find out everything you need to know about how to watch and what to expect.
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Square Enix announces E3 presentation featuring a new Eidos-Montreal game

Square Enix will have its own E3 showcase on Sunday, June 13, during the kickoff weekend for E3 2021, the company announced Thursday. Known as Square Enix Presents, the show will go live at 3:15 p.m. EDT/12:15 p.m. PDT on June 13. In its announcement, Square Enix called out a few items that will appear at the showcase, most notably a “world premiere” coming from Eidos-Montreal. The showcase will last around 40 minutes, and fans can watch on YouTube or Twitch.
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E3 2021 Schedule: Ubisoft Forward, Xbox/Bethesda, Square Enix, And More

E3 2021 won't look like past E3 events, as large gatherings are still not too common for industry events in the United States yet. Rather than host a large, in-person event like we've seen every other year except 2020, the ESA has chosen to host a digital show featuring a number of development and publishing partners. This will give everyone the chance to see trailers and announcements online while also giving companies the freedom to run events their own way. GameSpot is also participating in the gaming frenzy this June as an official E3 partner and the return of Play For All, which includes supporting AbleGamers.
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Square Enix at E3 2021: When It Is and What to Expect

E3 2021 has always been a big show for Square Enix. It’s the time of year when we can look forward to hearing exciting updates from the video game developer, whether it's a glimpse of an upcoming title or a look at a new engine. Based on what Square Enix Presents showed not too long ago, we should see a bunch of new gameplay from a handful of games.
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