Kingdom Hearts 3 release date confirmed

Kingdom Hearts III was first announced at the 2013 E3 Expo - yes, it was that long ago. The Disney/Final Fantasy mash-up sequel will be out in January 2019. With the original Kingdom Hearts was released for PlayStation 2 back in 2002, Kingdom Hearts III is the 10th main game in the series. The director of the franchise Tetsuya Nomura apologised for the delay at the concert, tweeting "I'm sorry that we're asking for a little more time than initially planned".

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After announcing that the game will be releasing early next year, Square Enix took to the stage of the Microsoft E3 2018 Briefing to debut a brand new trailer for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III. Fingers crossed that it doesn't get delayed between now and then. Kingdom Hearts II came out in 2006.

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The release date puts Kingdom Hearts III nearly 2 years exactly after the previous installment in the series, the mini-episode Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage -. Seriously, Kingdom Hearts 3 has no right to look his good.

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