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Square Enix will be at the Tokyo Game Show 2018 with many games, some new



Square Enix will be at the Tokyo Game Show 2018 with many games, some new


Today Square Enix has shared his plans for the Tokyo Game Show 2018 to be held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, from September 20-23.

Square Enix will not leave a game

His schematic includes many games and will be present in different ways.

Kingdom Hearts III it will be playable on Japanese soil and will also have a stage presentation and video of content shown at the booth. The same will be for Dragon Quest Builders 2 and final fantasy XIV.

The World Ends With You: Final Remix will have content video and stage performance, just like Million Arthur: Arcana Blood.

Just Cause 4 will have a livestream of the studio and video of content. Shadow of the Tomb Raider you will receive the same content.

Content videos for Gestalt Odin, Fantasy Earth Genesis and Final Fantasy XV.

On the other hand, The Quiet ManProject Tokyo Dolls, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Mobius Final Fantasy, and Dragon Quest X will only have studio livestreams.

The live streaming scheme includes Dragon Quest X, Kingdom Hearts III, Dragon Quest Builders 2, Project Tokyo Dolls, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, Just Cause 4, the Million Arthur series, Final Fantasy XIV, The World Ends With You: Final Remix, Left Alive, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Mobius Final Fantasy and The Quiet Man.

Interestingly, the official announcement mentions that Final Fantasy XV sales have exceeded 8.1 million worldwide. This news also came to us along with the release today of the Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD version on consoles.

It should be noted that the scheme includes four slots marked as “released at a future date.” This usually indicates that there are unannounced games, which we may know before the start of the Tokyo Game Show. They are likely to be shown at Sony’s presentation on Monday.