Kingdom Hearts III is one of the most anticipated titles coming out soon, and gamers have been eagerly anticipating news about the project for months now. Recently, Square Enix invited select outlets to preview the game and the results are rather interesting. According to publications like Tom's Guide, the game runs at 60 FPS on Xbox One X. However, when can gamers actually play it?
In a rather curious decision, Square Enix just announced that Kingdom Hearts III will launch on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on January 29, 2019. Those hoping to play the game this year will be disappointed by the slight delay, but given the jam-packed holiday season, a January release date seems like a safe bet to maximize sales.
Kingdom Hearts III is an action role-playing game that combines the universes of various Disney franchises and Final Fantasy. It sounds almost like it shouldn't work, but somehow, it just does, and the franchise has won itself millions of fans across the world. This is the latest entry in this long-running series which has been mostly exclusive to Nintendo and PlayStation systems up until now.
Hopefully Kingdom Hearts III will be a polished experience when it launches on consoles soon. The game hasn't been announced on PC but that might change in the future.We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more.
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