Final Fantasy maker Square Enix reportedly plans to reveal several new games over the next two months.
The titles in question were scheduled to be announced at E3 in June prior to the event’s cancellation.
The Japanese publisher was asked during a shareholder meeting on Friday how the coronavirus and E3’s cancellation have impacted its product reveal plans.
“We had planned to have a press conference as a replacement event, but were unable to do so since assets were not complete.
“We’ll be announcing new titles individually as the timing permits,” it added. “Several will debut around July to August.”
And during a financial results briefing in February, Matsuda said PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X backwards compatibility meant the company isn’t planning to release next-gen exclusives for some time.
The publisher claimed in March that its “2020 line-up, and the next-generation that lies beyond, is stronger than ever for Square Enix”.
During the PlayStation 5 reveal event this month, Square Enix announced Project Athia for Sony’s next-gen console and PC. The debut title from its new Luminous Productions studio is described as a “story-led” and “otherworldly adventure”.
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