New Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailers show Monster's Inc World and Theme Song


However, today it seems like all the fans questions have been answered. Well the good news is Disney and Square Enix have finally confirmed those hopes at D23 Japan, announcing that Kingdom Hearts III will in fact feature Monsters Inc. Sung by Utada Hikaru, the piano ballad is a pleasant break for most video game theme and is something I won't mind hearing each and every time I boot it up. New outfits were shown off for Riku and Mickey along with the song. This world has yet to be confirmed but the latest trailer shows a glimpse at Tangled, Monsters Inc, Toy Story and Olympus world.

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What other worlds would you like to see in the game? Gummi Ship segments will return. Firstly there's an exploration phase, which is thought to be open world based. The reason for this is that Square Enix has made a habit of revealing more about the game at the different D23 expos over the years, so we we were fairly certain they wouldn't let us down at this week's expo either. Development is now split into three distinct sections: Early, middle, and late. The early phase worlds are 90 percent complete, while middle section worlds are at around 60 percent. However, no estimate was given for the late section of worlds.

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To describe Kingdom Hearts III as wildly anticipated would be to downplay the degree to which the fervour of the series' fanbase has been compounded by the game's extended period in development. He added: "It is bound to surprise everyone". The game is set to launch in 2018.

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Unfortunately we still have no release date for Kingdom Hearts 3, though it's still apparently pegged for 2018.