Square Enix Presents Spring 2021 digital showcase Life is Strange Balan Wonderworld Tomb Raider 25th anniversary Outriders Montreal Marvel's Avengers

Square Enix has announced the Square Enix Presents Spring 2021 digital showcase, the first in a new series of events that will deliver news from the publisher straight to the public. Square Enix Presents will occur on March 18 at 10:00 a.m. PDT / 1:00 p.m. EDT on Square Enix’s official Twitch and YouTube channels and last for 40 minutes, including updates and trailers on various games in development at the publisher and providing the world reveal of the next Life is Strange game. There will also be more about the 25th anniversary of Tomb Raider, which we hope might involve Nintendo Switch in some way.

More specifically, here is what you can expect to see at the Square Enix Presents Spring 2021 showcase, per PR:

  • Outriders™, the high-intensity RPG-shooter set in an original dark and desperate sci-fi universe, coming out on April 1
  • Balan Wonderworld™, which arrives on March 26
  • The ongoing celebration for the 25th anniversary of TOMB RAIDER®
  • Marvel’s Avengers, the story-driven, third-person action-adventure game from Crystal Dynamics
  • Upcoming action shooter Just Cause® Mobile
  • New mobile game announcements from the award-winning Square Enix Montréal studio
  • A look at a few of the whimsical games from Square Enix sister company TAITO

Balan Wonderworld is coming to Nintendo Switch, albeit with little fanfare at this point, but otherwise, it’s currently uncertain how many announcements will relate to Switch. That’s okay though, as Square has shown plenty of support for the console lately, with Bravely Default II, SaGa Frontier Remastered, Legend of Mana, and Project Triangle Strategy. Let’s also not forget that Forever Entertainment is working on unannounced Square Enix remakes.

[Source: PR]

John Friscia
Head Copy Editor for Enthusiast Gaming, Managing Editor at The Escapist. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I really miss living in South Korea. And I'm developing the game Boss Saga!


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