Kingdom Hearts III Leaks Making Rounds Online, Prompting Statement From Tetsuya Nomura

Kingdom Hearts III Leaks Making Rounds Online, Prompting Statement From Tetsuya Nomura

More than a month early, some troll has leaked Kingdom Hearts III in full, completely ruining the thrill and surprise for many folks who have eagerly anticipated the game's release for nearly 15 years.

Kingdom Hearts 3 director, Tetsuya Nomura, tweeted that the schedule for the game's next trailer had moved up before dropping this meaty morsel for us.

He also thanked fans for not sharing any spoilers and apologized profusely to those who have had Kingdom Hearts III spoiled for them. Set in a vast array of Disney worlds, Kingdom Hearts follows the journey of Sora, a young boy and unknowing heir to a spectacular power. Despite the leak, and the game being finished, there are no plans to bring the game's release date forward, so fans will have to do their best to avoid spoilers between now and the 29th of January.

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"We're aware that a small portion of Kingdom Hearts 3 has been circulating online before its official release".

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. We are also aware as to how it all happened.

It is not especially uncommon for a some stores to occasionally break street date for big game releases, giving a select few a chance to buy some physical games a few days ahead launch. After a 13-year wait, with many spin-offs in the interim, the publisher Square Enix is finally expected to release "Kingdom Hearts 3" on January 25. There haven't been any new leaks for the game aside from a footage showing the opening prologue, but that's it for the most part.

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