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E3 2018: Square Enix reveals The Quiet Man

13 June 2018, 04:36 | Jodi Jackson

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Lara Croft embarks on a Mayan adventure in ‘Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Then, she used a rope arrow to hang the henchman that was investigating.

"Dragon Quest XI" is releasing in September, and Square Enix also revealed the special editions of the game available for pre-order now. Final Fantasy 7's debut a few years ago fit the same bill, and even if Square had nothing substantial to show, another quick update would have sated appetites and perhaps quashed some of the concerns over the game's episodic format.

So what did we get instead? Showing off all of the different character types we see the world traversal as well as some battles.


What we can tell you is that the game is now only bein advertised for release on PlayStation 4 and Steam.

Square Enix's presentation included information on two new games called Babylon's Fall and The Quiet Man, with no insight on what these games are gonna be about. It is also exclusive to PlayStation 4 and Steam, launching sometime in 2019. Unfortunately, all four titles were already part of Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference. Square Enix's conference, meanwhile, was supposed to show the publisher back to their best, but instead it showed them at their most complacent. On December 4, Rico takes a trip to the fictional South American country of Solis, where he faces off against a private militia organization known as The Black Hand.

It seems that the trailer's use of live-action is more than just a stylistic marketing choice. It looks like a modern day NY setting, with the mute protagonist beating up a selection of gang members, while the tag line reads "silence rings loudest".



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