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Square Enix's The Quiet Man Gets Release Date and New Trailer; Shows Story and Gameplay [UPDATED]

Square Enix announced the release date of The Quiet Man with a new trailer showing both story and gameplay of the upcoming cinematic title.

October 3, 2018

Square Enix released a new trailer of its cinematic action-adventure The Quiet Man, and today it includes the release date, at least for Japan.

The trailer showcases both story moments and gameplay, and reveal that the game will release on November 1st, which is really close.

The game is also getting limited-time editions in Japan offering a theme and avatars on PS4, and wallpapers on PC.

It’ll certainly be interesting to see if this rather peculiar title will manage to cut itself a niche in the crowded action-adventure genre.

You can check the trailer out below. If you want to see more about the game, you can watch another recent trailer with more combat gameplay, the original teaser trailer that was revealed during Square Enix’s showcase at E3 2018, the first gameplay screenshots that were released a while ago, and the first extended look at gameplay.

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The Quiet Man is set to launch for PS4 and PC. No other platforms have been announced at the moment of this writing.

Update: Square Enix confirmed that everything is the same for the west, and we also got an image of the limited editions which you can see at the bottom of the post.

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