Square Enix has just dropped a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III. It is both in Japanese and in English, with settings inspired by Tangled, a Disney's movie. It's been such a long time, about 15 years, for Kingdom Hearts fans to wait for the sequel of Kingdom Hearts II.

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Tangled's character "Rapunzel" in Kingdom Hearts 3

This upcoming action RPG is no slouch at locations, based on Disney properties. In particular, the Kingdom of Corona is featured Tangled world, home of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider.

Let's check out the trailer on the video below:



Here is the official description of the trailer on YouTube:

"This trailer gives a sneak peek to magical Kingdom of Corona. Rapunzel leaves her mysterious tower for the first time with the help of charming bandit Flynn Rider. Sora, Donald and Goofy join the pair on their journey to the kingdom, taking on the Heartless along the way."

In general, when players enter the magic Kingdom of Corona, they can run through an abridged version of Tangled's storyline, but with Kingdom Hearts distinguishing vibes.


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In addition, in this latest trailer, we can see the return of Sora as the protagonist of the game. Sora along with his companions, Donald and Goofy headed to the tower where Rapunzel is in captivity. Then they teamed up with handsome Flynn Rider to combat against strange creatures and unpredictable monsters to set beautiful, adventurous Rapunzel free. The trailer also displayed a quick gameplay segment, demonstrating Rapunzel traversal ability by taking advantage of her long golden hair.

Voice Cast

In the English version, many talent-voiced celebrities reprise their roles, including Haley Joel Osment as Sora, Bill Farmer as Goofy and Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck. Besides, we will have Zachary Levi return as Flynn Rider and Donna Murphy be Mother Ggothel.

After the delayed publishing in 2018, Japanese game producer has officially unveiled that Kingdom Hearts III is scheduled to come PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Jan. 29, 2019.