Watch the Square Enix E3 2018 press conference right here

Watch the Square Enix E3 2018 press conference right here

Watch the Square Enix E3 2018 press conference right here

And in the recently going E3 event, Square Enix-the developing company behind the reboot series-finally introduced the official gameplay footage from the game itself!

However, the conference itself let players hear from developers about what they actually added into games like Just Cause 4 or Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Square Enix offered another high-adrenaline hit of Just Cause 4 at its conference. The new art style looks great. Upon the game's release, players can expect to see Rico working his way through a blizzard, a sandstorm, and other highly risky weather conditions. Between all the titles we already know about and any potential surprises, this should be a fun event. While there are hints of a similarly emotional story as Life is odd, so far we haven't really gotten anything but a fairly light-hearted adventure narrative game. The game follows a young boy whose imagination comes to life. If you want to check out the trailer for The Quiet Man, it's embedded right above. This is set to release in 2019. It's never been a series particularly careful with story but we're curious to see more when Just Cause 4 releases for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on December 4, 2018. Dontnod teased that the game will introduce players to characters from Life is unusual 2, which the studio is now hard at work on. Along with the new weather, players will get updated controls for vehicles and a fully customizable grapple that became a license to make highlight videos when Just Cause 3 came out.

Anything new from the trailer presented during the conference of Microsoft (because for the first time, Kingdom Hearts will be released also on Xbox One). But after this Ubisoft shared some pre-alpha gameplay which was pretty neat.

The game will have more variety than previous games. Square reminded us of the Nintendo Switch exclusive RPG during its video presentation. While we can not say for certain if this will be coming to Just Cause 4, the feature is something fans have been asking for (and modding into PC versions) since the original game. The game will be available for free on June 26th for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Now this one really made the crowd happy, and we got to see some intense pirate naval action.

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