Square Enix Will Announce 'Several' New Games in July and August

Square Enix Will Announce 'Several' New Games in July and August”

Square Enix had plans to announce new games at E3 2020, but since it was cancelled, the company will instead have new game announcements in July and August.

Now, Square Enix has seemingly confirmed this during a stockholders meeting earlier this week, saying that while they had at some point planned to do a replacement conference, they since decided not to.

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"We would normally announce new games at E3, yes". We were going to hold a presentation event as an alternative to that, but due to the lack of assets, we were unable to do so. You can see the full question and answer below (translation thanks to Gematsu).

This emerged in May and at the time was initially dismissed as it mentioned some of the Square Enix titles in development were being made with Unreal Engine 5. We have plans to announce several (new titles) through July and August. On the Japanese side, it's been almost four years since the last mainline Final Fantasy game came out, and on the Western side, series like Tomb Raider and Deus Ex are unlikely to go very long without new entries.

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