Square Enix will be bringing a showcase of its own to E3 this year. The Japanese publisher obviously has a number of big franchises under its belt at this point, so we suppose a bigger presence at the Los Angeles event makes sense. You'll find everything that you need to know down below.
When is Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference?
Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference will take place on Monday the 11th June, 2018.
What time is Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference?
Monday, 11th June @ 10AM PDT
- North America: 10am PDT / 11am MDT / 12pm CDT / 1pm EDT
- UK/Ire: 6pm BST
- Europe: 7pm CEST / 8pm EEST
- Asia/Oceania: 2am JST / 1am AWST / 3am AEST
How long will Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference be?
Tough to say. Square Enix has described its presser as a "video presentation", so we think it'll probably be a Nintendo Direct-esque affair. As such, it could be relatively short, or it could be surprisingly long. If we had to guess, we'd imagine it'll clock in somewhere between 30 minutes and an hour.
What games will Square Enix show at its E3 2018 press conference?
We already know that Shadow of the Tomb Raider will be shown, and it's highly likely that the future of Final Fantasy XV will be discussed. Further support for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT could also be detailed alongside Final Fantasy XIV Online. Oh, and don't forget Kingdom Hearts III.
What games are rumoured to be at Square Enix's E3 2018 press conference?
There aren't a lot of rumours circling Square Enix right now aside from claims that Just Cause 4 is in development.
Less believable whispers point to a Final Fantasy XIII remastered collection and a new Dragon Quest title. The former is possible, we suppose, but the latter seems like a strange shout given that Dragon Quest XI launches later this year in the West. Some sort of Dragon Quest remake or spin-off, then? Maybe, but we certainly wouldn't put money on it, especially since E3 is a predominantly Western-focused event.
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