Square Enix hosts a Wakfu panel at Anime Expo - destructoid

Square Enix hosts a Wakfu panel at Anime Expo

1:20 PM on 06.27.2011

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC


Are you going to be in the Los Angeles area at the beginning of July? If so, stop into Anime Expo 2011 and check out Square Enix's Wakfu panel there. The company is bringing their beautiful turn-based MMORPG to the largest anime convention to show it off. 

Producer Franko Fonseca will be there to present the game as well as talk about what they're currently doing to expand this PC title. Attendees will also get to check out an episode of the Wakfu anime. If nothing else, go to nab one of the Wakfu plush toys that will be handed out as door prizes.

The panel will take place on July 1, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. in the Los Angeles Convention Center Live Programming Room 1 in Petree Hall.




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