Other games confirmed for the event include Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier, Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, and more.
Nintendo says it will have no exhibits or booths at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show, while rumours have indicated that the publisher could have a new Direct presentation planned for this month.
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.
Other publishers such as Sega, D3 Publisher, Konami, Arc System Works, and more are confirmed to have a presence at the event.
Though the game's scenarios are "set in stone" and its English voice recording almost finshed, producer Naoki Yoshida is still hesitant to show more of it just yet.