After almost three years, Square Enix announced that they are developing Kingdom Hearts 3. Fans have been pressuring the studio to release the game. To appease them, they launched other Kingdom Hearts titles such as Kingdom Hearts 2 to keep them occupied while waiting. However, Tetsuya Nomura recently announced something that may please the fans awaiting the game’s release.
Tetsuya Nomura on Kingdom Hearts 3
Kingdom Hearts 3 director Tetsuya Nomura recently talked to Famitsu about the game. He shared that while the wait is very, very long, he promised that they will give nothing but quality content for the fans.
Nomura said that they have a different working process for Kingdom Hearts 3. Furthermore, he shared that there are worlds that are already good to go. However, they have not started working on other worlds. He stressed in the interview that they are in a stage wherein they can’t show their work yet to the fans.
Nomura advised that fans need worry about other worlds that are not yet finished. He said that this is a normal business process to avoid going back to square one. They need to make sure that they work on each world one at a time, to see each one take shape first. Next, he discussed that some characters have to be remodeled for the current consoles. With this in mind, he mentioned that development work is still a long way to go.
Preparations Are Underway
Even though the release date is still very far, Nomura shared that preparations are already underway. Quality is still their priority at this point in development.
The third installment of Kingdom Hearts is an upcoming action role-playing developed by Square Enix. It features the world of different well-known Disney films. Some of the worlds featured are Big Hero 6, Tangled, and Frozen among others.
Meanwhile, some of the characters included in the game are Rapunzel, Baymax, Riku, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Sora, the protagonist in the game.
KH3 will be available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.