In addition, there will be a Square Enix Store-exclusive "Edition of Lost Time", which will include the Edition of Light along with a mam poster, steelbook case, art book, symphonic suite CD, and more DLC. It's all looking very Just Cause, basically. Nobody was forcing them to host a press conference, but when you hold one, people naturally have expectations. But cohesion be damned if it means getting cool new video games. The surprisingly prolific Dontnod also showed some of its free Life is odd spin-off The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit coming later this month.
Not that we're complaining, as the sandbox destruction looked as fun as ever - especially with the new extreme weather effects and more versatile grapple hook.
A live action trailer seamlessly morphs into an a CG fight sequence in the teaser for "The Quiet Man".
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age got a new trailer and a release date: September 4.
Octopath Traveler was also given a quick name check, while a crossover with Monster Hunter: World was announced for MMO Final Fantasy XIV Online this summer. But the biggest disappointment for us is the lack of news of whatever Square Enix's Marvel project is going to be.
In terms of other games Kingdom Hearts III was exactly the same trailer as shown at Microsoft's media briefing yesterday, but it did reconfirm the release date as January 29.
Final Fantasy VII Remake, of course, does not exist.