Today Sunday, which sees the celebrations for the first twenty years of the Kingdom Hearts series , was undoubtedly animated by the official confirmation of Kingdom Hearts 4 em>, the new episode of the famous saga signed by Square Enix.
However, the announcement in question was not the only Sora and company-themed novelty to come from the Japanese event: accompanying the return of the Disney and Square Enix heroes is in fact the confirmation of a brand new game , which fans will be able to experience on iOS and Android .
We are talking about Kingdom Hearts: Missing-Link , which will allow you to «dive into a trip to Scala and Caelum» , we learn directly from Square Enix, which in somehow they will blend into the real world.
“Players can enjoy exciting battles against the heartless” confirms the official note accompanying the game announcement. Moreover, these clashes will lead us to live “a new and completely original story” , even if for now we do not know if and how it will intersect the official timeline of the franchise.
We know, however, that it will soon be possible to get your hands on the game to get a better idea: a closed beta is already planned for 2022 , too if limited to specific regions that have not yet been disclosed by the publisher.
On the other hand, we saw the announcement trailer for this new game , which you can find in the body of this article and which anticipated the one of Kingdom Hearts 4 by a few minutes. : you can find it from minute 1:59 of the video above.
The saga, always on the crest of the wave since its debut in 2002, has won over many fans around the world in two decades, reaching over 35 million copies distributed . The most recent release, Kingdom Hearts III (which you can find on Amazon at a reduced price), had arrived in 2019 and had divided the fans, between those who had appreciated his ideas and those who, instead, had found the epilogue does not live up to expectations.
Now, the future of the franchise is certainly in the hands of the fourth chapter, but the return of spin-offs like Missing-Link only confirms the centrality of the brand Kingdom Hearts in the future and in Square Enix’s gaming plans.