Kingdom Hearts 3 Receives Its Own Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro

Now that it has been confirmed that Kingdom Hearts 3 will release on January 29, 2019, Square Enix revealed more details at Sony's E3 2018 showcase. Despite there being very little information about the game, Square Enix did manage to show off a short trailer for a previously unannounced game called The Quiet Man.

Square Enix also announced, for whatever reason, that they're re-releasing the remastered re-release of Kingdom Hearts 1.5, 2.5, and 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue all together in one package with Kingdom Hearts III.

While many E3 viewers were currently ranking EA Play's conference at the lower end of the totem pole - some specifically for its lack of Skate 4 - some have now changed their minds to put Square Enix at the back of the pack.

For Nintendo Switch a new trailer is shown for Octopath Traveller. Babylon's Fall is also new. Square Enix revealed some cinematic cutscenes as well as gameplay of the main protagonist slashing a dragon with a giant sword, riding a horse throughout the world and wielding an interesting "Light" power that seems to be the focus of the game.

It's out next year, but only for PlayStation 4 and PC. There will also be a crossover event with Brave Exvius.

It looks like a modern day NY setting, with the mute protagonist beating up a selection of gang members, while the tag line reads "silence rings loudest".

Game Director Daniel Chayer-Bisson says that Lara will "have to confront a brutal jungle environment" in the upcoming adventure title, and we get our first in-depth look at the lush setting in the demo. The combat hinted toward using the silence as a weapon, stating that "silence rings loudest".

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