It was recently confirmed that Square Enix will focus on displaying new games individually this summer, rather than collecting them in a separate display cabinet.
After the cancellation of E3 2020, various independent display cabinets arranged by developers and publishers have appeared to fill the gap left by the lack of E3 summer. For a list of convenient viewing, these lists arrange various programs to make up for the cancellation of E3 this year, please check where to watch the summer game festival, the content displayed by PlayStation and so on.
The guerrilla collective is another good example – this is a new plan for the guerrilla game organization, during which a series of independent publishers will gather to highlight the projects they are currently working on. Obviously, the developer of "Spiritual Realm: Original Sin and Bald's Gate 3" Larian Studios will release multiple statements of the realm in the guerrilla collective this June. Ubisoft also announced that it will hold its own digital event in July.
Square Enix has decided to move in a completely different direction. Instead of organizing a display cabinet that displays information about all the games it is currently developing, Square Enix will stick to a more conventional game display. Check out the following tweets.
Square Enix said it will not hold an event to release a new version of FY online at the launch time of E3, because Covid-19 makes it difficult to prepare assets for such performances. Instead, it will announce new titles one by one.
-High Hope Month (@ 6d6f636869) May 13, 2020
The article writes: "Square Enix said it will not hold FY's new album online during E3's release time because Covid-19 makes it difficult to prepare assets for such performances," "Instead, it will announce new titles one by one . "
Therefore, if you want to learn more about Final Fantasy 7 Remake, you must wait until Square Enix announces an event specifically for Final Fantasy 7.
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