Kingdom Hearts 3 D23 Expo trailer reveals new Monsters, Inc

Ruben Ruiz
February 11, 2018

During the 2018 D23 Expo in Japan, Square Enix released two new videos for Kingdom Hearts 3. It is being developed and published by Square Enix.

The trailer opens with Sora, Donald, and Goofy squaring off against the nefarious Organization XIII member Marluxia, whose disgusting rose pink hair isn't doing him any favors. Donald now has a single eye, much like Mike, while Goofy's monster transformation is. goofy looking. Meanwhile, the second main entry was treated more like an on-rails mini-game, with players having to engage in Gummi Ship battles once whenever traveling to a new world. But since then things haven't been completely quiet for the game in terms of news.

February 9th's Kingdom Hearts event at D23 Japan gave fans what is easily our best look ever at Kingdom Hearts 3 yet.

Next, we're transported to the Tangled world, where Rapunzel, Sora, and crew duke it out with enemies. There's an exploration phase, which was likened to being more open-world, and there's a combat phase.

Kingdom Hearts 3 D23 Expo trailer reveals new Monsters, Inc

In addition to new Kingdom Hearts 3 footage, Square Enix also released a video featuring the game's theme song, "Don't Think Twice" by Hikaru Utada. With Final Fantasy XV's propensity for crossovers with other games, I wouldn't be surprised, but Square Enix's focus right now seems to be on showcasing the Disney side of Kingdom Hearts 3.

Development on the "Early" section is said to be around 90% done, while the "Middle" section is around 60% done.

Kingdom Hearts III is scheduled to launch sometime in 2018 for PS4 and Xbox One.

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