Kingdom Hearts 3 'Classic Kingdom' Trailer Shows Off Retro Mini-Games

Alfred Osborne
April 16, 2018

Fans have been waiting in anticipation for an update on Kingdom Hearts 3 and Square Enix has finally fulfilled their wishes.

Kingdom Hearts 3 gives us a first look at some of its many mini-games in new trailer.

Unveiled at the Union X Dandelion fan event this past weekend, Square unveiled a 60-second trailer which shows four of the many mini-games to be found in Kingdom Hearts 3. Instead, this new trailer is nearly entirely centered around mini games you'll be able to play during your adventure. In the video we can see he Barnyard Battle, The Karnival Kid, Giantland, and Musical Farmer.

The games are inspired by classic cartoons of Disney and titles that were common in 1980.

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You can see a few screenshots below and the trailer is at the end of this article.

While we know that Kingdom Hearts 3 is scheduled to release in 2018, there hasn't been an official date from Square Enix quite yet.

And they're coming back in Kingdom Hearts III... sort of.

Kingdom Hearts III is expected to be released for the PS4 and Xbox One sometime this year.

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