E3 2017: Kingdom Hearts 3 Coming

Posted: May 18 2017, 10:33am CDT | by , in News | E3

 

E3 2017: Kingdom Hearts 3 Coming
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 to Unveil at E3 2017
 

Tetsuya Nomura’s masterpiece Kingdom of Hearts 3 to be unveiled at the E3 2017 and get a release date in 2018

The long wait for Square Enix Holdings and Tetsuya Nomura’s game, Kingdom of Hearts 3 might be coming to a halt. With the E3 2017 just around the corner. The event is the perfect venue for the developer to launch and unveil the much-awaited installment of a fan favorite game. 

The game’s initial look was released in 2015. Gamers and fans have been waiting for the release ever since. According to IGN, Square Enix has just released a few screenshots from the game.

Nothing mre was divulged. However, in a recent interview Nomura himself reported that the game was still under development. In his interview with the Weekly Famitsu, he said that the game developers were working hard on taking out the flaws.

He admitted that as a consequence, many worlds will be left untouched. Reports from Jose álamo, a Japanese game journalist, the game will not be ready for release until 2018.

While Nomura may not have given details about the game, he said that they intended to share the progress of the game in 2017. The E3 is the perfect venue and event to unveil what Kingdom of Hearts 3 will look like. 

According to IGN, the plot for Kingdom of Heart 3 will continue from Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance left off. The game will start with King Mickey and Riku hunting after the remaining Keyblade wielders.

On the other hand; Donald, Goofy and Sora, will be going after the Seven Guardians of Light across myriad in the different worlds. All the strategies are an effort to stop Master Xehanort's evil plan.

We will find out more about Kingdom of Hearts 3 during the Square Enix showcase at the E3 2017

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