The action adventure JRPG is back with a colorful new world.
Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood has a new crossover event with Capcom's Monster Hunter World and a new update titled Under The Moonlight. Between all the titles we already know about and any potential surprises, this should be a fun event. The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, a new game in the Life is odd universe, and the Xbox version of Nier: Automata were also announced yesterday, stripping today's presentations of any real excitement. You'll get the Legendary Builder's Cap which will change your hairstyle to the protagonist from the original game and the Dragonlord's Throne recipe will let you craft a throne that changes your appearance to that of the Dragonlord while sitting on it.
Dragon Quest 11 will include English voiceover dubbing and a new challenging, hard difficulty mode called Draconian Quest. We've only seen Sora in command in trailers, but Nomura has hinted that Sora isn't the only character you control. Apart from that, there's really nothing much to talk about either game.
We also got an official walkthrough for Just Cause 4, which pits Rico against a private army rather than a comically cartoonish dictator.
Each weather system is capable of interacting with the word. They showed off things like insane lightning storms, disastrous sand storms, and even terrible blizzards.More news: United Kingdom justice minister resigns over Brexit ahead of key votes
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Grappling will feature more tethers than before. Just Cause 4 has four distinct biomes: Rainforest, Grasslands, Alpine & Desert. The possibilities are endless.
Square Enix revealed details about the game via a trailer released in April 2018 that can be seen at the top of the page. There wasn't much to grasp from the reveal, to be honest. More footage of this to come in August. The other game is equally vague.
The Square Enix E3 2018 video presentation reveals Babylon's Fall and The Quiet Man. Considering how buggy Just Cause 3 was at launch, it will be interesting to see if Square Enix manages to launch Just Cause 4 as a bug-free affair. A Ratatouille summon was shown, along with some more new story content.