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Square Enix outlines E3 2016 plans, teases 'exciting Tomb Raider news'

Here is a preliminary list of games Square Enix is bringing to E3, a tease about Tomb Raider, and more.

With E3 2016 just around the corner, Square Enix today announced some of its plans for the show and teased some "exciting Tomb Raider news."

In a blog post, Square Enix listed off some of the games that will be playable at its booth on the show floor. These include Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Hitman (the third episode), Just Cause 3 (the Land Mech Assault DLC), Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, and I Am Setsuna.

Also playable at Square Enix's E3 booth will be some of the crowdfunded games from the company's Square Enix Collective program, including The Turing Test and Black the Fall.

Additionally, Square Enix will again host a "Square Enix Presents" live show, during which it will make announcements, while developers will also appear on the broadcast to talk about their games.

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No mention was made regarding if Square Enix will hold an official E3 briefing like it did last year.

Whatever the case, Square Enix still has more announcements to make about its E3 plans. A blog post to come in the future will include details on "other exciting demos" for Square Enix's booth, while the company also told fans to stay tuned for some "exciting Tomb Raider news." Also to come are "details on a few new games that our team has been hard at work on."

We'll report back with more information as it becomes available.

The next Active Time Report broadcast, which is expected to bring more news about Square Enix's long-awaited Final Fantasy XV, is also scheduled to take place during E3.

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