Did Avengers and Final Fantasy 7 SAVE E3 2019? - SquareEnix Reaction
- Published on: Monday, June 10, 2019
- Holy heck that was wall to wall goodness during this E3 conference. Lets dig into my reaction to all this new Final Fantasy VII gameplay and the newly revealed Final Fantasy VIII Remastered!!
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Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII Remake's release date before its E3 2019 press conference on Monday night -- but the company still had plenty up its sleeve for gaming's biggest convention.
The mic drop game was Avengers, unveiled after about two weeks of social media teases, which you'll be able to play next May. There was also plenty of Final Fantasy love -- for both VII Remake and XIV -- and a whole suite of trailers.
If you need to play catch-up we have conveniently put every single trailer so far in this handy post. Next up and lucky last for press conferences is Nintendo Direct. Developed by Crystal Dynamics, the team behind the beloved new Tomb Raider games, Avengers is the new comic book-based video game to get hype about. (Even if these don't look like The Avengers you know and love.)
Square Enix has been teasing the reveal of the game since late May. We saw Thor, Iron-Man, The Hulk and Captain America and Black Widow try to save New York -- again -- in the trailer shown at the end of Square Enix's press conference.
Shaun Escayg, from Crystal Dynamics, and Marvel Games' Bill Roseman took the stage to walk us through the blockbuster game. It'll be both a single- and multi-player game, Escayg said. Rosemann explained that this is Crystal Dynamics' take on The Avengers, not a spin off from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII Remake's release date, March 3 2020, 24 hours before its E3 2019 press conference. So what did the company have left for its big event?
A lot. Yoshinori Kitase opened Square Enix's show and announced that the game will take part in two parts, one within Midgar one outside of it. The entire Remake will take up two entire Blu-Ray discs, similar to how the PlayStation 1 original took up three CDs.
We then got a combat explainer from Neal Pabon, senior manager of product marketing. Remake will use a hybrid combat system, using real-time hacking and slashing plus a bullet-time tactical mode from which you can use magic, items and Limit Break attacks.
You can also add shortcuts that bypass the bullet-time mode, making it more like a Kingdom Hearts battle experience. The demo ended with Cloud and Barrett's boss battle with the Scorpion Sentinel. The Final Fantasy VII Remake portion of the press conference ended with an extended trailer, which gave us our first glimpse of Tifa in the Remake. We also saw Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers gameplay in details and learned about the new classes as we draw closer to it's relase date and saw the first real gameplay of Final Fantasy 8 Remastered.
- Source: https://youtu.be/2ZIo6b0wPdQ