Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Babylon's Fall announced for PC and PlayStation 4, Platinum Games developing

Babylon's Fall announced for PC and PlayStation 4, Platinum Games developing

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. As detailed on the Square Enix store, the $230 United States dollars bundle comes with three Bring Arts figures of the three protagonists, which are only available as part of the bundle.

Check out all of our coverage and the trailers from Square Enix's E3 2018 presentation below. And whatever The Quiet Man is, we assume it's coming from the West if only because of the live-action European actors. But the livestream did include a reveal for a brand new PlatinumGames title called Babylon's Fall.

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I guess we will find out more in August, though when exactly in August, hasn't been divulged.

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Developer Platinum Games, which also made Nier: Automata, gave a glimpse of its upcoming project with a timeline-centric trailer.

In a rather short showcase at E3 Monday, Square Enix teased a handful of games - mostly ones that have already been announced - to get people excited about what's in store for the near future.

On the Western front we got all of the guns and open-world action with new looks at Shadow of The Tomb Raider (still better than Uncharted) and Just Cause 4. There is no word of a release date.

Actual footage of Square Enix killing our hype at their press conference.

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