New Platinum game Babylon’s Fall revealed in Square Enix E3 Showcase 2018

Otis Hoffman
June 12, 2018

According to the developers, the game will feature new traversal options for Lara in addition to some more ruthless gameplay.

The Square Enix E3 2018 showcase is at 10:30pm IST (10am PST) on June 11. The title is Babylon's Fall, and you can see a brief teaser below.

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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. This was an early glimpse, with more information coming in August 2018. From the debut trailer, it seems like cutscenes will be in live-action, but the gameplay will look like a standard game. Although it came out in Japan last year, it will finally make its way to the United States on September 4th of this year.

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Not that we're complaining, as the sandbox destruction looked as fun as ever - especially with the new extreme weather effects and more versatile grapple hook. Could there be more about Final Fantasy XV?

After an exciting day full of announcements from Microsoft and Bethesda on Sunday, Square Enix is kicking things off on Monday with its first E3 press conference since 2015.

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