At this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Square Enix has ramped up an exciting show where we and fans experienced yet another impressive lineup of unforgettable games at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
First look and playable titles include FINAL FANTASY XIV: Stormblood, the second premium expansion for the critically-acclaimed MMO with over six million registered accounts worldwide, the newly unveiled team-based brawler DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT, FINAL FANTASY XII THE ZODIAC AGE, the HD remaster of a series classic, and the next game in the award-winning episodic franchise, LIFE IS STRANGE: Before the Storm.
StG also was able to have some hands on time with the highly impressive brand-new FINAL FANTASY XV PlayStation VR game, MONSTER OF THE DEEP: FINAL FANTASY XV.
Off the show floor, Kingdom Hearts fans can also look forward to the first official symphonic concert, the “KINGDOM HEARTS Orchestra – World Tour –” to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Kingdom Hearts. The tour will be making its last stop in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theatre on June the 14th, 2017.
“E3 2017 marks the return of some of Square Enix’s most beloved games to experience in new and exciting ways from DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT and Life Is Strange to FINAL FANTASY XIV Online to FINAL FANTASY XII as well as bringing brand new titles,” said Yosuke Matsuda, president and representative director of Square Enix. “We are very excited to deliver a powerful line up of games at this year’s E3 as Square Enix continues to introduce innovative and engaging entertainment for gamers around the world.”
Square Enix will also host its perennial live online broadcast, “Square Enix Presents,” directly from its booth. Fans from all over the world can get in-depth look at titles showcased at the show and have a chance to interact with creators throughout the show.
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