Square Enix's floor plans for E3 2018 have been revealed

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Thanks to Rösti on the ResetEra forums, the floor plans for E3 2018 have been revealed and Square Enix is one of the many publishes returning to the show floor this year. Square Enix, the publisher of Kingdom Hearts, is set to book booths 1601 and 2313 which will be in the South Hall, however, this plan is just a preliminary one and is subject to change. The floor plans for the South and West Halls can be seen below.




floor plan - south hallfloor plan - west hall



E3 is significant for Kingdom Hearts III as it was the event where the game was announced back in 2013.This year, Square Enix is preparing "sharp," "powerful," and "well made" titles to showcase at the event and Shinji Hashimoto, the Brand Manager for Kingdom Hearts, is excited for E3 2018.


E3 or Electronic Entertainment Expo is an annual gaming convention where publishers present their new games to retailers and consumers. E3 2018 will take place June 12-14, 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Centre.


Coming off the back of D23 Japan 2018, are you excited for E3 2018? Do you have any predictions for the event? Let us know in the comments below.


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Maybe they'll have their own conference/presentation again like in 2015. I really liked what they did there and this year could actually be worth it because it's also been a while since we last saw FFVIIR.

Among other titles, it might be better to have their own instead of just having Sony/Microsoft do their thing. Also because I did not like Sony's press conference last year at all... If you could even call it that since it basically consisted of over an hour of trailers. It was one of the most boring presentations they had had so far.


Anyway, I'm pretty excited for E3 and the livestreams which will likely be available again. :D Though the "sharp, powerful and well-made" comment does not excite me at all, considering a well-made title should be what all developers aim for... Reality may be different, but still.

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