Square Enix is gearing up for June’s E3 conference, and the company has created a specialized blog detailing the events leading up to the show as well as what fans can expect on-site. SE’s live presentation will feature multiple special guests and will be streamed online via their Twitch and Youtube channels.
The first blog post includes a list of some of the games that will be available at Square’s booth as demos:
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, will once again feature Adam Jensen as the hero. Jensen has become a strong, experienced covert operative, and must use new skills and weapons to uncover and put a halt to a dangerous worldwide conspiracy.
Hitman’s third episodic release sees Agent 47 headed to a new, undisclosed location for his latest assignment.
A DLC pack for Just Cause 3, called Land Mech Assault, grants Rico Rodriguez access to a variety of land-based mechanical weaponry.
Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness will release on June 28 and will be playable at E3. It is also the fifth in the Star Ocean series, a well-liked sci-fi RPG franchise.
I Am Setsuna is an old-school JRPG aiming to merge the modern genre with its glorious roots. The game is being developed by Tokyo RPG Factory, a new studio owned by Square, and is also that studio’s very first game.
The Turing Test is an interesting psychological puzzle game taking place on space station Europa. Played in first-person and exercises players’ logic and morality, The Turing Test “explores the phenomena of consciousness and challenges the meaning of human intuition” with puzzles that supposedly only human ingenuity can solve.
Black the Fall is set in a communist dystopian country and sees the player guiding Black, a factory worker who must overcome numerous obstacles on his way to freedom. After finally achieving it, the player must then decide what to do with that freedom.
Square Enix has more games lined up for E3, which it will unveil in future blog posts. Or, we could just, you know, wait until June 14 and see for ourselves…
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