Square Enix Announces TGS Lineup: Kingdom Hearts III, Left Alive, Possible Unannounced Games, and More

Square Enix announced its lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2018, while also announcing that Final Fantasy XV passed 8.1 million units worldwide.

on September 7, 2018 1:11 AM

Today Square Enix announced its lineup of games for Tokyo Game Show 2018, which will be held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, between September 20th, and September 23rd.

Kingdom Hearts III will be playable, will have a stage presentation, and video content showcased at the booth. The same can be said of Dragon Quest Builders 2, and Final Fantasy XIV.

The World Ends With You: Final Remix will have video content and a stage presentation, same as Million Arthur: Arcana Blood.

Just Cause 4 will have a livestream from the studio and video content. Just Cause 4 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider will get the same treatment.

Video content will also be showcased for Gestalt Odin, Fantasy Earth Genesis, and Final Fantasy XV. The Quiet Man, Project Tokyo Dolls, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Mobius Final Fantasy, and Dragon Quest X will only have livestreams from the studio.

The live broadcasting schedule includes Dragon Quest X, Kingdom Hearts III, Dragon Quest Builders 2, Project Tokyo Dolls, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, Just Cause 4, the Million Arthur series, Final Fantasy XIV, The World Ends With You: Final Remix, Left Alive, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, Mobius Final Fantasy, and The Quiet Man.

Incidentally, the official announcement mentions that sales of Final Fantasy XV passed 8.1 million worldwide.

It’s worth mentioning that the schedule includes four slots marked to be “published at a later date.” This normally indicates unannounced games, which we might hear about before Tokyo Game Show, possibly at Sony’s presentation on Monday.

Of course, I will be at Tokyo Game Show myself, ready to report on all the news. You should definitely stay tuned for extensive coverage at and around Tokyo Game Show here on DualShockers.

 /  Executive News Editor
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