After announcing God of War Ragnarok, SQUARE ENIX has stated that Kingdom Hearts 4 is currently in production during a 20th-anniversary webcast for the franchise on Sunday. With the release of a brand-new teaser for Kingdom Hearts 4, Square Enix has confirmed that the Lost Master Arc will be a significant plot point in the game’s fourth instalment. Which will see Sora, Donald, and Goofy return for yet another journey.
Square Enix describes the Quadratum as “an expansive city set in a gorgeous, realistic world unlike anything ever seen before in the Kingdom Hearts series.” Which resembles Tokyo in the first video for Kingdom Hearts 4. The new character Strelitzia is introduced in the trailer as well.
Kingdom Hearts 4 Release Date
Kingdom Hearts 4 has not been given a release date or platforms by Square Enix.
The gallery below features the first look at the upcoming Kingdom Hearts IV.
Kingdom Hearts 4 Gallery
Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link, a standalone game for Android and iOS devices, was also revealed by Square Enix. Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is a mobile game in the Scala ad Caelum realm from Kingdom Hearts 3. Square Enix promises a fresh plot for Kingdom Hearts Missing Lin. Although the game will very certainly tie into the events of Kingdom Hearts 4. Meanwhile, a closed beta for Kingdom Hearts Missing Link will take place in 2022.
PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC versions of Kingdom Hearts 3 were published in 2019. While the Nintendo Switch version was released earlier this year. Sora, Riku, and Kairi, and the dozens of Disney characters they’ve battled against and alongside over the previous two decades, were the heroes of the third major game in the franchise. Which aimed to tie together years of intricate narratives spanning many spinoffs and side tales.
In Square Enix’s announcement for Kingdom Hearts 4, series brand manager Ichiro Hazama said, “We’d like to thank the fans for their support over the years. And we can’t wait for them to experience all that’s to come for Sora.”
“We’ve been honoured to work with Tetsuya Nomura and his team for two decades to introduce these original stories of discovery, courage, and friendship,” added Nana Gadd, director at Walt Disney Games. “This glimpse into Sora’s next adventure is just the beginning — we can’t wait to show more when the time is right.”
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