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May 11, 2017 05:54 AM EDT

‘Kingdom Hearts III’ Will Be Shown At E3 2017 Event, Rolls Out In 2018, Square Enix Insider Says [VIDEO]


News of "Kingdom Hearts III" are starting to emerge as the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017 event is getting near. Square Enix insider, Jose álamo, claims that the upcoming action role-playing game will be shown at E3 2017 and rolls out in 2018.

Alamo, who is known as the "Kingdom Hearts" leaker, has posted on his Twitter account about the upcoming action role-playing game. Apparently, the development team of the "Kingdom Hearts III" is struggling at the moment. The "Kingdom Hearts" leaker also claimed that the release of the video game next year will be incomplete, just like the open world action role-playing video game, "Final Fantasy XV."

These reports emerged through the series of tweets first posted by álamo. The interesting part of Alamo's tweet is what he says that "Kingdom Hearts 3" will be available in 2018 although the game is not finished.

It has been said that one of the reasons why the upcoming video game will not be complete is due to creator Tetsuya Nomura's perfectionism that caused the extension of the development cycle of the game. Also, it is anticipated that the process involved in creating the "Kingdom Hearts III" is rather exhausting, as well as all the whims originally planned may cause the upcoming video game to be further delayed, PlayStation Universe reported.

Despite these issues, the "Kingdom Hearts III" will allegedly be available in 2018. If the upcoming action role-playing game is indeed getting cuts, it could be the untouched worlds that the game's director detailed earlier this year.

Nonetheless, the "Kingdom Hearts III" is the new entry in the series currently in development for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Although the video game has been announced quite some time ago, but there's only a few details on the "Kingdom Hearts III" other than the fact that the game is in the works, WCCF Tech reported.

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