New Kingdom Hearts 3 Monsters Inc World Confirmed, Ariel Also Makes Debut

New Kingdom Hearts 3 Monsters Inc World Confirmed, Ariel Also Makes Debut

New Kingdom Hearts 3 Monsters Inc World Confirmed, Ariel Also Makes Debut

Update: A new trailer has indeed emerged from the expo, officially revealing the Monsters Inc. world for Kingdom Hearts III.

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This new trailer showcases Goofy, Donald, and Sora on an adventure in the world of Monsters, Inc. After this introduction we're then given a glimpse of Mike, Sully, and Boo, and Sora's transformation as a monster-version of himself with furry blue skin and spiky hair. There's also a new minigame styled after a Game & Watch title, but an official name for the game hasn't been revealed yet. Square Enix has been kicking around ideas for Kingdom Hearts III as far back as 2006. Rapunzel was also shown as a new party character, while the game will also receive a new theme song called 'Don't Think Twice, ' created by Hikaru Utada. Gummi ships were already confirmed to be making a return but, now they are said yo be split into two different phases. The latest entry in Square Enix's surreal, hugely popular Disney-meets-Final-Fantasy crossover series remains pegged for a 2018 release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with nothing more specific announced today. There's an exploration phase, which was likened to being more open-world, and there's a combat phase.

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According to Square Enix, everyone in the Osaka studio is working on Kingdom Hearts 3, with 100 people from its Tokyo studio also involved. He also stated that "It is bound to surprise everyone".

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