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'Final Fantasy 15' and 'Kingdom Hearts 3' publisher teases E3 2014 plans

Square Enix
Square Enix
Photo courtesy of Square Enix, used with permission

Square Enix, the company that will be releasing the upcoming "Final Fantasy 15" and "Kingdom Hearts 3," has revealed some of plans for E3 2014. According to Go Nintendo on May 31, the publisher posted a teaser video confirming that several events are going to take place at the gaming convention. E3 2014 is set to take place later this month on June 10.

"Final Fantasy 15" and "Kingdom Hearts 3" are currently the two most anticipated games from Square Enix. The two next-generation role-playing titles were announced approximately a year ago at E3 2013. Tetsuya Nomura appeared during a pre-recorded video to show off both software products at Sony Computer Entertainment's media briefing.

Square Enix is going to use various social media outlets to promote its software lineup at E3 2014. The YouTube channel of the publisher will be provide interviews, special programs as well as some surprises. You can find an image promoting the event from the official Facebook page of the company with the picture attached near the top of this article.

The company also owns the "Deus Ex," "Hitman," "Sleeping Dogs" and "Tomb Raider" intellectual properties. New installments for all aforesaid franchises have already been confirmed although nothing have been shown so far. Fans should be able to hear more about the western-developed releases at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo.

"Final Fantasy 15" is actually known as "Final Fantasy Versus 13" before undergoing some major changes. In addition to the name change, Square Enix moved the project from the PS3 current-generation console to the PS4 and Xbox One. Another next-generation game is "Kingdom Hearts 3," which is apparently built from the ground up of the two new platforms. The aforementioned Tetsuya Nomura is the co-director behind both action role-playing games. Square Enix reassured fans that enough resources have been allocated to the two upcoming games to prevent any potential delays that could occur during the simultaneously developments.