Kingdom Hearts III's New Trailer Reveals Elsa And Frozen World With Guests

Screenshot by Sean Hollister  CNET

Screenshot by Sean Hollister CNET

The much awaited follow up to 2005's Kingdom Hearts II finally got a release date! A Fragmentary Passage was specifically touted as being a bridge between previous installment Birth By Sleep and also serving as a prologue to Kingdom Hearts III.

After multiple delays to the Final Fantasy-Disney crossover game, director Tetsuya Nomura announced during the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour that the game will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 29, 2019. Originally scheduled for release in 2018, Square Enix has announced that the game will only be released next year.

In the short but sweet tweet, it was confirmed that the game will come to PS4 and Xbox One on January 29 2019. Please look forward to other information, including a few trailers at E3.

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Square Enix made the announcement at 1:30am ET Sunday morning during the kickoff of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World Tour, despite the fact that the company has an E3 press conference Monday morning.

It's also the great news.

For the first time, Kingdom Hearts III will be visiting Pixar worlds as well, including Toy Story and Monsters, Inc. Near the final portions of the trailer, we see a bit more into the fate of Aqua, who appears to have succumbed to the darkness, telling Mickey it's "too late", before revealing her cold, yellow eyes.

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