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Square Enix's The Quiet Man Gets New Trailer and Gameplay Footage Showing Combat

Square Enix showcased its upcoming action-adventure game The Quiet Man with a new trailer and some battle footage.

August 16, 2018

After a couple of months showing basically nothing of its upcoming cinematic action-adventure The Quiet Man, Square Enix certainly seems to be ready to show a lot more.

Today the publisher released a brand new trailer titled “Silence Rings Loudest.” The video provides a look — albeit a quick one — into the story of the game and some of its characters.

The second video focuses on combat gameplay. We get to see Dane beating thugs as the focus meter (the lens flare on the right) grows until it can be used to deliver some rather brutal finishers.

You can check out both videos below. If you want to see more about the game, you can watch the original teaser trailer that was revealed during Square Enix’s showcase at E3 2018, and the first gameplay screenshots that were released last week, and the first extended look at gameplay. You can also enjoy some more clips showing the Focus mode.

The Quiet Man is set to launch for PS4 and PC, but we don’t yet know when. As far as Square Enix mentioned so far, it’ll be a digital release only.

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