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Square Enix To Have Biggest Gamescom Line-up To Date

Come late August at Gamescom in Cologne Germany (from the 18th to the 21st of August, more precisely), Square Enix will have over 1,100 square meters of booth space, including more than 220 hands-on stations for gamers to try out their upcoming titles. Among prominent hands-on experiences gamers will be able to play Final Fantasy XV, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Hitman, the PlayStation 4 release fo Rise of the Tomb Raider  and many more.

The Square Enix area will stretch over two locations and it will include both the hands-on areas for Final Fantasy XV  and Final Fantasy XIV, where gamers will be able to test their skills in daily battle challenges. Also in the main booth you will be able to find Dragon Quest Builders, World of Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue as well as Hitman, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Rise of the Tomb Raider. While waiting in line you will have the possibility to try out Deus Ex Go, the mobile tie-in to the franchise.


“At this year’s E3 we presented our biggest line-up ever. At Gamescom 2016 we will set another mark with the biggest show in our history,” declared Phil Rogers, CEO for Square Enix Americas and Europe. “We are very happy to offer hands-on of these highly-anticipated titles to gamers from all over the world.”

Fans will also be able to purchase Square Enix related merchandise, try out the Final Fantasy trading card game and obtain an exclusive Cloud Promo Card from the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake. The Square Enix Collective will also be represented by various indie titles such as The Turing TestBlack The FallTokyo Dark, Goetia and Oh My Godheads. More information regarding Square Enix’ show will be released in the coming weeks, including more upcoming announcements and featured titles.

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