Square Enix may not have the most to show off at the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles this week, but it does have some of the most anticipated games in development. Packed lightly and only 45 minutes long, in terms of surprises, it was reserved to two games: Babylon's Fall, a new PlatinumGames joint, and The Quiet Man, a brand-new game from Human Head Studios, who you may recognize as the team behind the infamously cancelled Prey 2 (as well as from 2006's Prey). Although it came out in Japan last year, it will finally make its way to the United States on September 4th of this year.
Square Enix's other new game was called The Quiet Man and is also only listed for PlayStation 4 and PC. The teaser was a odd mixture of live action and in-game graphics, but the central gimmick seems to be that the main character is deaf.
Check out all of our coverage and the trailers from Square Enix's E3 2018 presentation below.
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