This trailer was originally aired at Kingdom Hearts Union χ Dandelion Meeting, but now it's available for the general public to check out.
It's been a little bit since we last heard from Kingdom Hearts 3, but over the weekend, Square Enix debuted a new trailer for the game. That's the hope, anyway, but then there's always the chance of Kingdom Hearts 3 getting pushed back to 2019. The trailer shows a batch of electronic minigames that will include an old-school LCD-type portable machine that Sora will be able to use in-game.
These mini-games are inspired by 1980s LCD games and classic Disney cartoons.
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It's been a while since anything official has been shown for Kingdom Hearts 3, the latest preview being a trailer that teased the Monsters Inc. world a couple months ago. Instead, this new trailer is nearly entirely centered around mini games you'll be able to play during your adventure. This is the second Pixar world to be included in Kingdom Hearts 3 so far, the first being Toy Story. For now though, check out the trailer below to see what to expect.
However, retail giant Target recently listed November 1 as the release date of Kingdom Hearts 3 on its preorder listing and since it's a Thursday, it's safe to assume that this is just a placeholder date as games aren't usually released on a Thursday. Time will tell if this ends up being accurate or not. Despite this, there is still no exact date for its debut, but we know that it will arrive sometime this year.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is in development for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One by Square Enix, and is set to launch at some point in 2018.