Square Enix Announcements in E3 2021, All you need to know!
Square-Enix announced its trailers for Marvel’s Guardian’s of the Galaxy, Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, and Life is Strange: True Colors. Square Enix’s presentation at E3 included announcements as well as trailers. Addressing the virtual press conference on Sunday, Square Enix released all the information related to upcoming exciting projects.
The trailers released were of Guardians of the Galaxy, the War for Wakanda expansion for Marvel’s Avenger. Moreover, the trailer for Life is Strange: True Colors was also released. Some more trailers released were of Babylon’s Fall, Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, and more.
In 2017, Marvel’s Guardian of the Galaxy game got leaked and since then there wasn’t any news about it. However, now the Dues Ex developer is all set up to showcase the game. Square-Enix has finally announced Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the game is made in partnership with Marvel.
Guardians of the Galaxy is a single-player game with a third-person adventure outlook. The game is ready to launch on October 26th this year. Square-Enix also released a developer featurette that shows the collaborative effort between Eidos Montreal, Square Enix, and Marvel.
Marvel’s War for Wakanda is also ready to launch this August. The expansion will feature Black Panther with the addition of the Wakanda biome. Lucky fans who tuned to the Livestream of E3 2021 had a sneak peek of the expansion pack.
Babylon’s Fall new trailer was also featured during the Square-Enix presentation at the E3 2021. The new trailer also shared some more details about the game it looks promising. This action RPG will let players play in a group of four as well as solo. The trailer also encouraged players to signup for the closed beta of the game.
Lastly, Square-Enix announcements also contained details and trailers of Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin and Life is Strange: True Colors. Life is Strange: True Colors is set to release on September 10th. While Team Ninja’s Final Fantasy spinoff will make its way to different platforms in 2022. However, players can play the trial version on PS5 till June 24th.