New Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer Released – Gameplay, Cover Art

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Square Enix has a released a long extended trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3 ahead of the Tokyo Game Show Event. The trailer features many characters as well as a big portion of story and gameplay. The trailer is in Japanese but you can use the closed captions to get the English subtitles.

The video featured many Disney characters such as the classic Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck. In addition, there were Baymax, Elsa and Jack Sparrow also featured in the trailer.

The gameplay shows Sora, who is the main protagonist in the game, team up with Baymax on multiple occasions to fend off various enemies and to ride on his back in a kid of shooting sequence. Sora’s ability is also shown to transform with a special magic attack, as well as having to complete special challenges that require Sora to go through pre set rings within the world of San Fransokyo.

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The group of characters are also seen to be having a conversation from time to time in the trailer, which highlights the voice actors used for the characters, Although the video is in Japanese, closed captions translates their conversation. We still have to wait for a translated version of the video by Square Enix as it will most likely be shown in the future.

Additionally, a cover art for Kingdom Hearts 3 which is designed by Tetsuya Nomura has also been released, which shows a number of different characters with Sora looking ahead in a dazzling sky for all the dangers that are to come on their way.

The new Kingdom Hearts is a long awaited sequel and will be the closing chapter in the saga, which is been told through the titles in the series over the years. Kingdom Hearts 3 is set to available on January 29, 2019 for Xbox One and Playstation 4.

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