E3 2021

Square Enix conference at E3 2021: times, stream and how to watch

Check out the starting time of the Square Enix conference as part of E3 2021, how to watch and stream it and what to expect from the event.

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E3 2021 is finally underway. The second day is the turn for Microsoft and its Xbox + Bethesda Games showcase and for another big company like Square Enix. The Japanese are returning this year with their own event to reveal what they have brought to the fair. There will be at least one World Premiere announcement and since they own franchises such as Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy, among many new IPs, there is a wide range of possibilities.

When does the Square Enix conference at E3 2021 start? Time and date

The Square Enix conference at E3 2021 takes place on Sunday, June 13th after the Xbox + Bethesda Showcase hosted by Microsoft. The conference will start two hours and fifteen minutes after the beginning of the previous one. It is expected to last around 40 minutes long.

Square Enix: 12:15 am PT / 3:15 pm ET / 9:15 pm CEST

How to watch the Square Enix conference at E3 2021?

The Japanese company has made it easy to follow their conference. It will be offering live coverage through its Twitch and YouTube official accounts. Square also states that it will be available on the E3 social media channels.

AS English will offer a live coverage play-by-play of the event for those fans looking for special updates, comments, and an analysis.

What to expect from the Square Enix conference at E3 2021?

Square Enix has promised to reveal a World Premiere title as well as new information on Babylon's Fall, Life is Strange: True Colors and Marvel's Avengers. However, this doesn't mean there's no room for surprises, such as new details on Final Fantasy XVI (the company promised new information in 2021). An announcement of a new entry in the Tomb Raider franchise is potentially happening seeing as this year is the 25th anniversary of the series. We might also expect new information on already announced games such as Project Triangle Strategy and Forspoken.