Well, Square Enix just wrapped up a short and uneventful E3 press conference that really seemed to phone it in. E3 2018 is at the Los Angeles Convention Center from June 11 to 12, but Square Enix is choosing to stream directly to viewers instead of holding a stage show.
We'll be seeing a lot of the games in the flesh over the next couple of days, so we'll be able to talk about them in more detail then.
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Shadow of the Tomb Raider opened the show with some gameplay footage in this latest Lara Croft adventure going through some stealthy kills.
Babylon's Fall is a totally new project for Square Enix, but it wasn't the only never-before-seen game that was revealed.
The hyped presentation did have plenty to share on a new Tomb Raider title, to which they devoted about seven minutes of their half-hour presser. The December 8 release date does seem to suggest a very optimistic view of its chances though. The dialogue was pretty bad though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers.