Why Is "Kingdom Hearts 3" A Highly Anticipated Game?

Jun 13, 2017 04:52 AM EDT | Paul Urban


"Kingdom Hearts" fans have every reason to be excited! "Kingdom Hearts 3" has developments recently made available to be viewed. Square Enix has released its new trailer, revealing exciting possibilities and updates of the game.

It has been reported that "Kingdom Hearts" fans became disappointed. This is following the news that Square Enix is not releasing the "Kingdom Hearts 3" soon enough. However, the latest trailer suggests it is underway. It may not be coming anytime soon but at least gamers know that it is indeed coming.

The latest trailer has been shown at the "Kingdom Hearts" Orchestra concert in Los Angeles recently. It has shown interesting implications of the upcoming Square Enix game. The trailer takes back to the "Hercules" days, which has been featured in earlier games of the series.

This time, however, has a few changes such that Sora and his allies are more powerful than ever. The "Goofy Bomb" also seems to be more entertaining and fun to use in the game.

The "Kingdom Hearts 3" also suggests the return of villains such as Maleficent, Pete and Hades. This is where both Maleficent and Pete are searching for a box, which may lead back to "Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter" and serves as a prelude to "Kingdom Hearts 3."

The trailer ends with Sora, Donald, and Goofy and their confrontation with Xemnas outside Twilight Town. Even interesting, Tetsuya Nomura said that it will have a new world reveal on July 15 as part of Disney's D23 Expo.

The "Kingdom Hearts 3" is expected to take three more years from release. It has been constantly been put on hold as Tetsuya Nomura took on other projects and slowly devoted some time to the development of the third installment.

Now, he is juggling both "Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy VII: Remake." He sure has a lot going on but patience is a virtue. It will be officially released in no time. Meanwhile, just enjoy the available trailer.

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