Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Trailer Reveals Kingdom Hearts 4 and Missing Link

What better time than an anniversary for some exciting announcements and releases? Square Enix has announced that Kingdom Hearts IV is now in development and also announced a new mobile game called Kingdom Hearts Missing Link.

The announcement was made in kingdom hearts 20th anniversary event in Tokyo, Japan, which was part of a trailer that gave a glimpse into the future of the series. The nearly eight-minute trailer included the announcement of Kingdom Hearts Missing Link, a new upcoming mobile game that will have a closed beta sometime in 2022. This new story will have players embarking on adventures from the kingdom of Scala ad Caelum out into the real world. In addition, the kingdom hearts The team announced that the highly anticipated final chapter of kingdom hearts dark path will be released in August 2022 as a free update to the Kingdom Hearts Union x Dark Road application

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The trailer was capped by the debut trailer. Kingdom Hearts IVthat gave the players their first look for the series’ new art direction, with a more realistic look compared to the series’ cartoonish roots, as well as a look at the new design of series protagonist Sora, as well as the returns of his trusted companions , Donald Duck and Goofy . The protagonists of the long-running series return in what marks the beginning of an all-new story called the “Lost Master Arc.” The trailer shows a boss fight between Sora and a giant enemy that looks like Heartless, all of which take place in a place called the Quadratum, a large, expansive city set in a realistic world that, like new gameplay footage, zooms out drastically. of the game. in the past.


Along with the familiar faces, the trailer also introduced Strelitzia, a “mysterious new character” who will be a part of this new journey with Sora. “We are delighted to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the series with the announcement of two new kingdom hearts titles,” he said. kingdom hearts series Brand Manager, ichiro hazama. “We’d like to thank the fans for all of their support over the years, and we can’t wait for them to experience all that’s to come for Sora.”


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The event also featured many different things to celebrate the beloved’s two-decade legacy. kingdom hearts franchise. These included a live music performance, a stained glass artwork display, and onstage appearances by the series’ director, tetsuya nomuraseries Composer, Yōko Shimomuraand other members of development. “Sora is a Disney original video game hero like no other, loved by our team and fans around the world. We are honored to work with Tetsuya Nomura and his team for two decades to present these original stories of discovery, courage, and friendship,” he said. nana gadd, Walt Disney Game Director. “This look at Sora’s next adventure is just the beginning; we can’t wait to show more when the time is right.”


kingdom hearts is an action role-playing game series that first debuted in 2002 and brings together the fantastical worlds of Square Enix. Final Fantasy and Disney along with its own unique story. The series sees Sora traveling to many different worlds and meeting characters from both companies’ extensive catalogs. Despite being labeled “IV”, the current series has nine main entries in the series, including multiple spin-offs and mobile games. The last numeric entry in the series was Kingdom Hearts IIIwhich was released in 2019. The last game released in the series was the mobile rhythm game Kingdom Heart Melody of Memory in 2020.

Kingdom Hearts IV is currently in development with Kingdom Hearts Missing Link coming to mobile devices in the future with a beta version to be available in August 2022. You can watch the announcement trailer for the future of kingdom hearts including the first look at Kingdom Hearts IV Y Kingdom Hearts Missing Link below. And check out more pictures of Kingdom Hearts IV.



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