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Kingdom Hearts III: Square Enix Did Not Announce an E3 Release Date Reveal Despite Reports

In case you followed the Kingdom Hearts III news on the weekend, you most likely have heard that the allegation that the game’s launch date is going to soon be announced at E3.

This was triggered by a only tweet in Western by a user who appeared to indicate this release time. It was picked up and mistaken as an true report of an official announcement. This sort of rumors tend to spread virally since it happens, and they’re tricky to stop.

When we checked out the tweet that is first , it had been obvious to us that the writer was not in attendance, and he seemed to be simply imagining that since the launch date was not disclosed at D23 Expo, it was likely likely to come in E3.

To be able to reach the bottom of the matter, DualShockers achieved to Square Enix, that confirmed our feeling: there wasn’t any mention of a release date timing in the series.

The only official information regarding the release timing remains the “2018” at the end of the trailer. Its worth mentioning that this doesn’t mean that E3 is revealed by a launch date at June is impossible, but only that Square Enix didn’t announce it, so we’ll have to wait and see if it comes.

If you want to see more about the game, you now can view  the Japanese trailer  and the show of the newest song by Hikaru Utada “Oath,” or the English variant and song “Don’t Think Twice,” on top of some amazing screenshots. It is also possible to  read some additional advice, and enjoy our semi-recent interview with Game Director Tetsuya Nomura himself, even talking about Development, Keyblade Mechanics and a whole lot more. We also obtained the statement of a brand new dedicated tug Arts figure for Riku just yesterday.

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