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Square Enix has just put a new Kingdom Hearts trailer that showcases the series’ upcoming 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue release and ends with a couple of minutes’ worth of Kingdom Hearts III gameplay. Nothing ground-breaking, and III still seems to be a long ways off, but this is better than nothing, right?
Today Square Enix showed off new footage from Kingdom Hearts III. As you might expect, it looks stellar. As you also might expect, there’s still no release date or even a release year—the trailer just says “Now in development,” which is just what they said back at E3 2013. Welp.
With the release of the latest Dissidia Final Fantasy trailer, Kingdom Hearts director and zipper enthusiast*, Tetsuya Nomura sat down to talk about the newest addition to the character roster.
In a recent interview, game creator Tetsuya Nomura revealed that Kingdom Hearts III is now being developed on Unreal Engine 4. Oh. Alright, then.
Square Enix recently revealed that Tetsuya Nomura is no longer helming Final Fantasy XV. Now he can work on getting Kingdom Hearts III out quickly.
Last week, when Square Enix published their E3 trailer for Kingdom Hearts 2.5, they added a little teaser for Kingdom Hearts III. We knew that already.
Because Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III, that's why. Or, rather, something about optimal timing. But don't worry, everything is just fine!
Ostensibly this is a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts 2.5 Remix, which comes out this December for PS3. It looks great and all, but really, what's exciting here is the little teaser for the game we've all been waiting for: Kingdom Hearts III.
The PlayStation 4 comes out in Japan in one month. The privileged who got to pick up theirs out west have been enjoying it for over two months now, but over in Japan gamers and developers alike are anxiously awaiting its release.
With Kingdom Hearts I.5 HD Remix out and II.5 HD Remix on the way next year, there's nothing left to re-tell as we prepare for the eventual release of Kingdom Hearts III. Oh wait, yes there is.
According to an unconfirmed Famitsu leak, Kingdom Hearts III will give Sora a Keyblade that transforms, changing how it's used. Kotaku will confirm this once the magazine is released in Japan.
Kingdom Hearts III remote play on PS Vita or tablets? In an interview with Famitsu, Kingdom Hearts designer Tetsuya Nomura said that this sort of thing was being looked at.
Here's our first real look at Kingdom Hearts III in action since the brief snippet of gameplay shown in the announcement trailer back in June. Check out massive enemies, new weapons, and a mature Sora who doesn't seem to have aged a bit.
Were you expecting Kingdom Hearts III, announced at this year's E3, to come at some point in the near future? Maybe even around the same time as Final Fantasy XV, also announced (or, re-announced) at this year's E3? EXPECT NO MORE.
Disney helps make Kingdom Hearts. Disney owns Star Wars. Seems like a match made in carbonite heaven, right?
Go make yourself a cup of tea, get some cushions and settle in, Square Enix fans. This is an hour-long chat with Final Fantasy character designer Tetsuya Nomura, recorded during E3 but only uploaded earlier today, in which he opens up about Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III.
Tagline above says rumour, but really, we'd be surprised if either of these things didn't take place. The latest issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine (not sure whether it's the British or Australian edition) is making its way to letterboxes, and in the mag's rumour section is the following: "Kingdom Hearts III…