E3 2018: Extended Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer Debuts With Ratatouille, Frozen, And Wreck-It Ralph

Check out the new trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3 featuring characters from Frozen and Wreck-It-Ralph.


A new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III premiered at the Xbox E3 2018 briefing and was then extended during Square Enix's event. The video showed a lot of characters from Disney's Frozen such as Elsa and Olaf. Also on display were characters from another Disney movie, Wreck-It-Ralph. Check out the trailer above.

Kingdom Hearts III's release date is set for January 29 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. This was announced just prior to E3, and we learned a few additional details during Square Enix's press conference. That was simply home to the same trailer above from Microsoft's press conference, but slightly extended--we got to see Ratatouille, for instance.

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Last month, we had some hands-on time with the game, and we were pleasantly surprised at how much the game's style and tone has held over the years. While fans can still expect to explore worlds themed after many classic Disney animated films, Pixar is now set to make its debut with the Kingdom Hearts series. As of now, the confirmed Disney worlds in Kingdom Hearts III are Tangled, Big Hero Six, Hercules, Toy Story, and Monsters Inc.

For more info on Kingdom Hearts III and other Square Enix titles during E3 2018, be sure to keep up with us we publish more content from the gaming world's biggest event. The game will likely feature in Square Enix's press conference, which is scheduled to be held on June 11.

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