'Kingdom Hearts 3'Latest Update: 'Kingdom Hearts 3' D23 2017 Reveal Will Disappoint Fans
"Kingdom Hearts 3" D23 2017 Reveal Will Disappoint Fans
Hofmag reported that some fans are now reluctant to place too much excitement on this forthcoming news update. This is especially after the game's director, Tetsuya Nomura, called for fans to cease giving too much hype on the D23 2017 reveal in order to avoid any "trouble."
Furthermore, Nomura prompted fans to keep their expectations to a moderate level in anticipation of D23 2017's upcoming announcement regarding "KH3". Nomura claimed that the announcement on July 15 will be "normal" news as such, the hype surrounding D23's announcement may be somewhat overdone.
"Kingdom Hearts 3" Release Date and Price
According to Isports Times, Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda recently stated that the game will launch "in the next three years or so", according to IsportsTimes. It also so means that even Square Enix doesn't have an actual release window planned for "Kingdom Hearts 3".
Furthermore, given the messy, prolonged history of "Kingdom Hearts 3" development, fans have to imagine that the game would need to be fully priced at $59.99. Hence, the price will have to be that high in order to have a chance of recuperating the development costs for Square Enix.
"Kingdom Hearts 3" New Trailer Reveals
Last month, the trailer was first shown at Kingdom Hearts Orchestra, World Tour, last month and shows plenty of new gameplay from the much-anticipated RPG. In addition to some battle scenes with Sora, Goofy, and Donald in battle, fans also get a chance to see returning enemies of Pete, Maleficent, and Hades.
The trailer ends by saying: "Join us next month at D23 Expo 2017 as we proudly present a new world and new trailer! July 15, 2017."
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