We all know that one of the most anticipated games of 2019 is Kingdom Hearts III, which will show up at the end of January. However, part of it has leaked, and as soon as the game director heard about it, he took to Twitter.
Addressing the public in a statement on Twitter, Tetsuya Nomura urged everyone not to post spoilers, adding that he hopes the “biggest spoilers” such as the “epilogue and secret movie” will not be revealed. Here is his post below in the screenshot. As for why these two moments are the biggest spoilers, he did not say…
Nomura and the team were aware that a small part of the game leaked online sooner than it was going to be revealed, adding that Square Enix was aware “how this has all happened.” Again, he did not give more details about it.
“We want everyone to be able to equally experience the full game after its release, so we ask for your continued support on this matter,” Nomura said in the post.
The game will release in over a month, so we know it’s difficult to have patience until then, but as the game director puts it, it’s best we all wait and enjoy the full game:
“We’re one month out from the release. Let’s enjoy the game together when it releases on January 29, 2019.”
The Leaked Information on Social Media
Eurogamer stated that Kingdom Hearts III had several elements leaked. The title screen is one of them and what’s so new about the leaks is that they’re six weeks before the launch, which is quite early! If you’re a fan and want to experience the game with no spoilers, then you should be aware that they could appear on social media sites until the launch.
The previous Kingdom Hearts was released in 2005, so we all know fans cannot wait for the next installment after so many years.
All you need to know – and it’s not a spoiler! – is that Square Enix and Disney made Kingdom Hearts III a real work of art, even including the voices from many Disney movies.
You can play it once it launches on PS4 and Xbox One.
Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.