According to the developers, the game will feature new traversal options for Lara in addition to some more ruthless gameplay.
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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider offered a first look at jungle combat, with what seems to be a stealth system very similar to the Predator sections in Batman: Arkham.
The Dragon Quest Heroes XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Edition of Lost Time will only be available through the Square Enix Store. The surprisingly prolific Dontnod also showed some of its free Life is odd spin-off The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit coming later this month. And whatever The Quiet Man is, we assume it's coming from the West if only because of the live-action European actors.
A new trailer for "Dragon Quest XI" showcases the hero's journey in the upcoming RPG and shows off the gorgeous animations in the game. Too bad no news on the Nintendo Switch version yet. Although it came out in Japan last year, it will finally make its way to the United States on September 4th of this year. We got a glimpse at the story in Dragon Quest XI and the kinds of battles and skirmishes we can expect from the latest entry in the storied series. Additionally we saw the Kingdom Hearts III trailer we saw at the Microsoft event yesterday, along with a deeper look into Captain Spirit, which looks cute, but I find it hard to get super excited about. Or even at the video embed below.
In terms of other games Kingdom Hearts III was exactly the same trailer as shown at Microsoft's media briefing yesterday, but it did reconfirm the release date as January 29. But so far one of the biggest gaming mysteries we hoped to solve at E3 remains a mystery.
E3 2018 Ubisoft conference
The Daily Star will be covering each conference with a live stream, but below you'll find a rundown of what is happening and when. CHOOSE YOUR OWN PATH: Your decisions shape the world around you with over 30 hours of choice dialogue and multiple game endings.
G7 divides to G6 plus Trump over trade war threat
The leaders of the world's richest countries came together Friday to smooth over their differences - especially with U.S. Trump is attending the 44th G7 summit, which kicked off in Charlevoir, Canada, yesterday.
France, Germany slam Trump's G7 statement U-turn
Another image of the same gathering however suggests a more relaxed interaction, with Merkel smiling and Trump making eye contact. Macron also tweeted Saturday a photo of the other leaders and aides surrounding Trump, who was one of just two people sitting.