Square Enix to live broadcast E3 showcase

Japanese publisher promises "terrific lineup" of games.

Square Enix will live broadcast its E3 showcase next month through a new program dubbed “Square Enix Presents.”

It will offer a “diverse and user-friendly” range of programming, Square Enix promises.

“Square Enix will be showcasing a terrific lineup of games this E3 Expo,” said Square Enix Japan marketing director Akio Oofuji. “Square Enix Presents is a new way we can engage on a more meaningful and personal level with our community and fans and share with them the spectacle and excitement of E3.”

The full programming schedule for Square Enix Presents will be revealed in the coming weeks, including the games and key personalities featured.

Coverage of the publisher’s key titles will be shared across its YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook channels.

E3 runs from June 11 to 13.

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