'Kingdom Hearts III' visits Disney's magical worlds in 2018

While his comments may cause an uproar in the Xbox One community, Kingdom Hearts III does appeal to a Western audience because it has worlds like Toy Story which are incredibly popular in countries like the United States and United Kingdom.

Speaking at D23, Nomura said he hasn't ruled out a Kingdom Hearts 3 for the Nintendo Switch. During the reveal of Woody and Andy's room, we saw Sora, Donald and Goofy fight off some Heartless.

Kingdom Hearts games have made a habit out of featuring multiple playable characters, and Kingdom Hearts 3 looks to be following in step with its predecessors, according to the game's director.

The game, first announced four years ago, will miss the 15th anniversary of the original Kingdom Hearts by a single year.

This news comes as a cool breeze on the desert, as the fans have been waiting for almost 13 years to get their hands on the next Kingdom Hearts game. It also marks the first time that we are seeing the Pixar universe (or at least part of it) introduced into the series.

Toy Story joins a revamped Hercules, Tangled, and Big Hero 6 as locations that are confirmed for Kingdom Hearts III. The ability to play big-name, graphics-intensive games on the go makes any gaming fan ecstatic, but the Switch's limited hardware also makes gamers question if it's powerful enough to support PS4 and Xbox One ports. They are also expected to showcase the PlayStation 4 Exclusive "Spiderman" and the highly-anticipated "Kingdom Hearts 3". Every decision was done by Square Enix.

As a culmination of the series so far, Kingdom Hearts III is shaping up to be an entertainment experience with a grand story of unparalleled scale.

As revealed recently, Kingdom Hearts 3 will finally be released in the year 2018.

Since the release of Nintendo's newest console/handheld hybrid, the Nintendo Switch, people have been asking about ports for various games ranging from last gen classics to upcoming games like Kingdom Hearts 3.

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