Square Enix has unveiled a new Kingdom Hearts mobile game called Kingdom Hearts: Missing-Link and a closed beta test will be held later this year.
Revealed in a new 20th Anniversary Announcement Trailer Released today, Missing-Link looks more like a Kingdom Hearts console experience than regular Kingdom Hearts mobile (at least in terms of gameplay). It features 3D environments, many of the familiar Heartless we’ve fought for decades, this time in battle arenas, and totally free combat, just like the mainline series. You can see it in action below, around the 1:55 minute mark:
As you can see in the trailer above, it looks like we’ll even be able to create and customize our own Keyblade Master, or at least we’re not playing as the Keyblade Masters we’ve come to know in the rest of the series. There are also a handful of previously visited worlds, including Disney worlds like the Tangled world from Kingdom Hearts III, as well as original Kingdom Hearts worlds.
If you’re excited to check out Missing-Link, you might get the chance sometime this year, as Square Enix says it will have closed beta testing for the mobile title on iOS and Android devices in certain regions in 2022 the world will perform . Square Enix hasn’t revealed where, but Japan will likely be one of them, considering that the company is based there.
Regarding what’s going on in Missing-Link, for now we just have to assume from the voiceover presented in the trailer. Here is what is said in full:
While the closed beta test is taking place this year, Square Enix hasn’t announced when Missing-Link will actually be released on iOS and Android devices.
Square Enix also revealed in today’s trailer that the “long-awaited finale” to the year-long storyline of Kingdom Hearts Union X, taking place in the mobile game Kingdom Hearts Dark Road, is releasing this August for free.
While you wait for that and the Missing Link beta test, read about the Kingdom Hearts IV reveal that took place in the same 20th Anniversary announcement trailer that announced Missing Link, then read on game informants Review of Kingdom Hearts III.
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