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12 June 2018, 03:55 | Casey Mitchell
Either way, this one has a low-key, gritty visual aesthetic compared to other Square Enix games, so it should be interesting to follow moving forward. The title is Babylon's Fall, and you can see a brief teaser below.
We also get some more insight into some of the background story with Organization XIII, and a character I swore I killed deader than dead in an earlier game. This title is coming to PlayStation 4 and Steam on September 4, 2018. The teaser was a unusual mixture of live action and in-game graphics, but the central gimmick seems to be that the main character is deaf. That's right, Square Enix delivered their first E3 presentation to fans in three years, and as a result, excitement was high that they'd provide some enticing updates on upcoming titles, reveal a new game or two and maybe even shock the world with a megaton announcement. Additionally we saw the Kingdom Hearts III trailer we saw at the Microsoft event yesterday, along with a deeper look into Captain Spirit, which looks cute, but I find it hard to get super excited about.
Outside of that, there was a sneak peek at a new title called The Quiet Man, which at first glance seems to be a title devoted to a deaf man punching Hispanic dudes in alleys throughout NY. The December 8 release date does seem to suggest a very optimistic view of its chances though.
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