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Kingdom Hearts III Frozen World Follows Timeline of the Movie, More

Kingdom Hearts III Frozen World Follows Timeline of the Movie, More - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 03 July 2018 / 1,182 Views

Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura in a new interview with Weekly Famitsu has revealed some new information on the game. 

Read an overview of what was revealed below via Gematsu:

  • The release date being a little later than 2018 was a result of favorable circumstances for various related parties. It was not a matter of making more time for development.
  • The Frozen world follows the same timeline as the movie, and the scene depicted in the game will develop without change. “Let It Go” will also play out.
  • Anna and Elsa will not join your party, but Marshmallow will lend you his power.
  • The Pirates of the Caribbean world is set during the third movie. Details about the second movie are touched upon in the synopsis.
  • Ratatouille is a mini-game that you can play in Twilight Town. If you succeed, you will make cooking that raises your status. You can collect ingredients throughout the game’s various worlds.
  • There is a music mini-game in the Tangled world. Most of the mini-games were proposed by the staff. They’re basically putting in mini-games without stopping.
  • The Classic Kingdom was a project of Tetsuya Nomura, and he would like to add more mini-games if possible.
  • A secret movie is already being made, but it does not yet have a final form.
  • They are considering implementing the “Stories Connected to III” summary movies onto the Kingdom Hearts III disc.
  • While it is hard to represent the state of development as a percentage, Nomura is worried that the volume is too great and they won’t have enough space. While the staff is turning some cutscenes into movies in order to reduce load times in those instances, their capacity is greater than expected.
  • Regarding voice-overs, since there is data for both voices and lip syncing, switching between English and Japanese voices is proving difficult to support.
  • They are not currently considering a Final Mix version of Kingdom Hearts III. There are plans for updates via downloadable content, so additional elements will likely arrive in that form instead of via a Final Mix.
  • Regarding downloadable content, while details have yet to be decided, Nomura wants to expand gameplay rather than do things like sell in-game items. He thinks they will release downloadable content]standalone rather than a Season Pass, but after they finish the main story first.

Kingdom Hearts III will launch for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 25, 2019 in Japan and Asia, and January 29 in North America and Europe.

 A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Zackasaurus-rex (on 20 June 2018)

This is going to be the best game of all time.

Immersiveunreality (on 20 June 2018)

I may have gotten alot older since i played the first game but the kid in me cannot wait to start playing this one.

Keybladewielder (on 21 June 2018)

Interesting info, not surprised they will get Let it Go into the game, that song is so iconic lol.