Dust of your keyblades and don your Mickey Mouse ears, Square Enix has posted a new trailer that shows off two different Kingdom Hearts games. As Square Enix celebrates the games' 20th anniversary, the extraordinarily successful franchise has a lot more left in the tank, and if the new trailer is any indication, there’s still a lot of stories left to tell.
Kingdom Hearts fans rejoice, not only will you get a sequel to Kingdom Hearts III with the next installment Kingdom Heart IV, but players will also dive into a new action RPG mobile game, Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link. KH:ML will be available for iOS and Android, and the story will be a new, completely original narrative. The gameplay will be fast-paced but the game will implement location-based mechanics where players will have some of the iconic Kingdoms Hearts locales invade the real world. A region limited beta will be available later this year.
Kingdom Heart IV which will be the next installment of the mainline story of the franchise, will see the return of Sora, Donald and Goofy, as they take on much larger challenges, and advance a story that has been ongoing for 2 decades. Be ready for new locations, new characters, and a whole lot of heartless.
To round out the new announcements related to this RPG series, the final chapter of Kingdom Hearts Dark Road was announced. Union X Dark Road is set to release in August of this year. KHDR is a mobile title where players can swipe and tap their way to victory against the heartless, and now the last chapter will be available soon for those looking for some closure on the story.
You can check out some additional visuals and learn more information about the new Kingdom Hearts projects coming your way on the latest post on the official Square Enix site.