Square Enix Reveals Kingdom Hearts 3 Classic Kingdom
(Last Updated On: April 16, 2018)

Square Enix showcased Classic Kingdom’s trailer at KINGDOM HEARTS Union χ (cross) Dandelion Meeting. Classic Kingdom is a group of mini-games inspired by older Disney cartoons and 1980’s LCD games that will be featured in Kingdom Hearts 3. As of right now, the RPG is set to release across PS4 and Xbox One in 2018.

If you are into Kingdom Hearts 3 and wish to know more about the forthcoming JRPG, which is due out sometime this year, Square Enix has an update for you.

During an event, Square Enix aired a new trailer showing off Classic Kingdom. The video is now up for public viewing courtesy of Kingdom Hearts‘ YouTube channel. You can check out both the trailer and a new notice right here:

“Originally aired at KINGDOM HEARTS Union χ [Cross] Dandelion Meeting, this trailer reveals the new mini-games inspired by classic Disney cartoons and 1980’s LCD games that will be available to play in KINGDOM HEARTS III.”

If you happen to be a fan of Classic Kingdom after watching the trailer, then you are in luck. Folks will be able to indulge in all of the classic Disney cartoons and 1980’s LCD titles of the past, except with a Kingdom Hearts twist.

Moreover, Square Enix also announced that around 300 players of Kingdom Hearts: Union χ will be selected to have their player names appear somewhere in Kingdom Hearts 3. In other words, other players will be able find your player name — that is if you are selected — in this year’s iteration. To learn more you can visit api.sp.kingdomhearts.com.

Time will surely tell how Kingdom Hearts 3 and its Classic Kingdom mini-games will be at launch, that is when Square Enix gives us a release date. As of now, all that is known about KH3′s due date is that it will release sometime this year for PS4 and Xbox One.

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