Square Enix E3 2019 Games: Marvel's Avengers, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, And More

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Now Playing: E3 2019: What We Expect To See At The Event

E3 2019 is assembling rapidly, and the big publishers are preparing to show off their rosters of games for the upcoming year and beyond. Square Enix is holding a press conference tonight, Monday, June 10 at 6 PM ET / 9 PM PT. Regular E3 viewers will notice the time slot as one that usually belongs to Sony, which is forgoing the conference this year. Square Enix already announced a Final Fantasy VII Remake release date, but it still has plenty more to showcase.

We already know some of Square Enix's plans, while others are less clear. The company has teased a reveal of its long-anticipated Marvel's Avengers game. Some details have purportedly already leaked, but seeing it announced live is almost certain to reveal more information. Square also recently announced it will show off Dying Light 2 from Techland at its E3 event. The company has teased a game called Outriders with a promise of a reveal at its press conference. And while it isn't quite confirmed, the latest State of Play presentation showed of the Final Fantasy VII remake with an intriguing "more to come in June" teaser, which probably means it will be part of the E3 presentation too.

Make sure to check out all of GameSpot's coverage of E3 2019 for the latest breaking news, and read our full E3 conference schedule to plan your watching for the weekend. Below is a standing list of all of the confirmed Square Enix games we know are slated to make an appearance at the show, so far.

Square Enix Confirmed Games For E3 2019

  • Dying Light 2
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Marvel's Avengers
  • Outriders

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