Project Triangle Strategy and Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Confirmed by Square Enix for TGS 2021

However, as per the TGS 2021 schedule, it doesn't look like Square Enix plans on showing the likes of Forspoken or Final Fantasy 16.

Posted By | On 03rd, Sep. 2021

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Tokyo Game Show will kick off a multi-day digital event packed with game announcements and updates later this month, and recently, it was confirmed that on day one, Square Enix would have its own 50 minute-long livestream as well. Of course, people have been wondering what exactly the publisher will show, and now, we have a clearer idea of what to expect.

As spotted by RPG Site, the preliminary exhibit list for TGS 2021 has now gone live, and it details the games that the publisher will be bringing with it. Among these, the biggest upcoming titles are probably Switch exclusive Project Triangle Strategy and the PS5 exclusive Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin (both of which we might see more of, with the PlayStation Showcase set for September 9 and another Nintendo Direct also rumoured for this month).

Meanwhile, Final Fantasy 14 is also mentioned in the list of games, which most likely means we’ll be seeing more of its upcoming expansion, Endwalker. Also on the docket is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which launches late next month, and the mobile battle royale shooter Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier. Meanwhile, some games that have already released over the past few months will also show up, including Bravely Default 2, Outriders, and NEO: The World Ends with You.

Of course, it’s hard not to notice that major upcoming releases like Forspoken and Final Fantasy 16 are not mentioned in this list. Given comments made by the latter’s producer Naoki Yoshida in the not-too-distant past, this doesn’t really come as a huge surprise, though fans will still be disappointed.

Either way, we’ll be covering all details and updates coming from TGS, so stay tuned.


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