This trailer was originally aired at Kingdom Hearts Union χ Dandelion Meeting, but now it's available for the general public to check out.
Square Enix released a new "Classic Kingdom" trailer for Kingdom Hearts III that shows off its new mini-games inspired by Disney cartoons and 1980's LCD games that you'll get to check out in the upcoming title.
Kingdom Hearts III will allow us to enjoy a great diversity of retro mini-games since Sora will have a console from where we will have access to titles like The Barnyard Battle, The Karnival Kid, Giantland and Musical Farmer. You can check out the new trailer below.
Some fans may be disappointed that this trailer only shows off these minigames, but we do get a fleeting glimpse at Twilight Town.
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Unfortunately, the trailer does not give more clues about this feature, so we'll have to wait to see a complete preview.
While we know that Kingdom Hearts 3 is scheduled to release in 2018, there hasn't been an official date from Square Enix quite yet.
Kingdom Hearts III is expected to be released for the PS4 and Xbox One sometime this year. That's the hope, anyway, but then there's always the chance of Kingdom Hearts 3 getting pushed back to 2019.