Earlier this month, Square Enix made the first post in its "Road to E3" blog, wherein it revealed a slew of games that it would be showing off at the famed gaming convention. Conspicuous by its absence was Final Fantasy XV.
On Thursday, the company revealed in a new blog post that Final Fantasy XV will indeed be at E3. It won't just be a new trailer though, as the game will be playable for those in attendance. Additionally, Square Enix will run a Q&A session with the game's director, Hajime Tabata.
Back in March, the company announced Final Fantasy XV would be coming to PS4 and Xbox One on September 30.
There's no word yet if Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix's other highly anticipated roleplaying game, will be at the show.