Square Enix reveals the reason why delayed Kingdom Hearts III
After a long wait, Square Enix revealed the release date of Kingdom Hearts III at E3 2018. While this excited many, there was also a big problem because it also represented a further delay. Days after sharing this news, Square Enix decided to explain why he decided it was necessary for Kingdom Hearts III to debut until 2019.
In a conversation with Famitsu (via Mystic ), Tetsuya Nomura, director of Kingdom Hearts III , explained that launching it in 2018 was no longer a good idea. The foregoing, because if they had done so, they could not guarantee that it would debut simultaneously throughout the world. In addition, he mentioned that changing the release date was a piece of advice given by the marketing team and the companies responsible for the consoles they will reach.
In the same talk, Nomura also revealed that in Kingdom Hearts III there will be several mini-games. In fact, all the worlds will have some. As an example, he mentioned that the Remi section that we saw in E3 2018 will be part of a minigame in Twilight Town. In it we will have to collect ingredients in other worlds and take them to cook. In addition, he confirmed that the world of Tangled will present a minigame of rhythm.
Finally, Nomura ruled out the possibility that there will be a public demo of Kingdom Hearts III as the Final Fantasy XV . That said, confirmed that attendees at Tokyo Game Show 2018 will have the opportunity to try it.
We take advantage of the fact that we are talking about Kingdom Hearts III to tell you that Nomura is open to the possibility of receiving DLC . On the other hand, we think you’ll be interested to know that there will be no Star Wars or The Avengers content in this title . To finish, we show you its Deluxe edition that can be preordered.
Kingdom Hearts III will arrive on January 29 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Follow this link to see more news related to it.