Square Enix is taking its greatest ever line-up of games over to Gamescom 2015, the publisher has declared, with Just Cause 3 set to be playable surprisingly at next month’s occasion.
Avalanche’s action-packed sandbox will be joined on the show floor by playable demos of Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below and the up and coming PC form of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, close by hands-on fabricates of prior reveals Life is Strange, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae 2.0 and Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward.

Hitman and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will not be accessible at the show, in any case, with Square Enix rather wanting to host hands-off exhibits at its on-site cenima.

The significant stage, in the mean time, is being saved for Final Fantasy XV, where Square wants to have “various energizing stage presentations with some surely understood visitors” that offer “new bits of knowledge” into the game.

And there may even be a few surprises in store, too, with Square teasing that info on “more new announcements and reveals at Gamescom 2015 will be released in the coming weeks”.

“At this year’s E3 we presented one of our biggest line-ups in years including several new game reveals. At Gamescom 2015 we will set another mark with the biggest show in our history,” said Square Enix Americas and Europe CEO Phil Rogers. “We are very happy to present our sensational portfolio of titles not only to industry representatives but also to gamers from all over the world. Whether it is FINAL FANTASY or DRAGON QUEST, DEUS EX, HITMAN or JUST CAUSE – Square Enix presents its biggest franchises large-scale.

Gamescom gets in progress on Wednesday, August 5 with the entryways opening to the general population the next day on Thursday, August 6.


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