Kingdom Hearts 3: Tons of New Gameplay Videos And Screenshots Released

Yes, this game is real.

Posted By | On 19th, May. 2018

Real, live people have played Kingdom Hearts III. I know, hard to believe that the game is actually real. Since Sora, Duke and Ryo have made it back, guess Mr. Freeman is up next. But I digress.

A showcase event this past weekend allowed lots of other venues to go hands on with the upcoming JRPG that’s been console generations in the making, including many Japanese outlets as well as western ones like Gamepot, Game Informer, IGN, KH13, KHInsider, Kotaku, PlayStation Blog, Polygon, ShackNews, VentureBeat, USgamer, and VG247. You can thank them for the gorgeous screens in the gallery and some of the footage below, most of it focusing on the gorgeous looking Toy Story world.

Kingdom Hearts 3 is expected to launch in 2018 for Xbox One and PS4, with director Tetsuya Nomura telling Famitsu that it will be dated in early June. Sounds like we have something to look forward to at E3 this year.


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