E3 2018: Just Cause 4 dropping this December

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E3 2018: Just Cause 4 dropping this December

It's possible more Just Cause 4 will be shown at Sony's E3 2018 press conference later tonight, so fans should stay tuned. An archived edition post-live stream of Square Enix's E3 showcase will be available over at this link.

A gameplay trailer for Shadow of the Tomb Raider shown a brief look at the game's dark gameplay, featuring unique assassinations for her unwitting enemies.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood is getting a new patch called Under the Moonlight, and along with that comes a crossover with Monster Hunter: World. What are your thoughts on Square Enix's presentation? There wasn't anything else shown about the game to make it at all interesting.

Finally, Square Enix gave us a new Platinum Games title.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is due out on September 14th, 2018. Here are most of the trailers unveiled at E3 2018. The game focuses on stealth with the tagline "Becoming One with the Jungle". The story follows a man who has had grief and tragedy follow him since birth. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

The game is due sometime in 2018 on the PS4 according to Polygon. It provided an in-depth look at the game's Frozen world.

The Quiet Man, despite having no gameplay shown, wins an award for worst titles in video games. You will fight armed troops, armored vehicles and towering mechs. A crafting system is in place for creating consumable items.

Square Enix announced the sequel to "Just Cause 3" at E3 2018.

We got another extensive look at Beyond Good & Evil 2, though this was just a cinematic trailer, and didn't offer anything at all in terms of how the gameplay would be. While it's expected that the game will launch on Nintendo Switch that date was not revealed. However the game was mentioned as part of a massive leak on Walmart Canada's video game listings, so the project still seems to be chugging along. Unfortunately, the Final Fantasy 7 remake didn't show up but that's not a big surprise. We'll likely get more details as Ubisoft Square Enix releases more details. We'll likely learn more about it later, but what sorts of controls it will involve remains to be seen. Even Rico's grappling hook has been made customizable, with more tethers than before and the ability to stick baloons onto targets.

What games are you looking forward to?

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