Players Should Expect Square Enix To Announce A Bunch Of New Games From July Through August

Players Should Expect Square Enix To Announce A Bunch Of New Games From July Through August

In a recent interview, developer Square Enix revealed that they will be announcing quite a bunch of games from July through August; basically all the games that they would've announced during E3.

it is the end of June and this year players couldn't get the traditional E3 presentation due to the COVID-19 pandemic the whole world is going through. While this is a shame, some developers have found other ways to connect with audiences, and have managed to announce some of their games either way.

However, one of the developers that flat out revealed they would not be hosting an online presentation of any sort this year ws Square Enix, although this doesn't mean that they have not been announcing new games this month; because they have, they just didn't announce them all together in one presentation.

During a recent interview with No Investment, No Life — as translated by Gematsu — Square Enix will be releasing a bunch of games around July through August of this year; basically, announcing all of the games they would've unveiled during this year's E3.

As per Gematsu's translation, the question asked by No Investment, No Life wondered whether the pandemic had affected the company's plans for this year, particularly regarding the announcement of new games at E3.

Square Enix's reply reads as follows: 

"We would normally announce new games at E3, yes. We had planned to have a press conference as a replacement event, but were unable to do so since assets were not complete. We'll be announcing new titles individually as the timing permits. Several will debut around July to August."

So, there you have it. All of the games that they didn't reveal in June will still be announced — albeit individually, of course — in the coming months. While this may not be as exciting as watching all of the announcements crammed into one presentation, players will still get to see some new games being unveiled; rather sooner than later, too.

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