The one thing that the trailer doesn't show, of course, is a release date, so we'll have to wait longer for that. Some are hoping for the protagonist, Sora, to die after defeating Xehanort while others are hoping for the antagonist to switched over to the light side. These characters were Roxas' friends back in Kingdom Hearts II, and we haven't really seen or heard much about them since that game.
Classic Kingdom appears to be a series of new mini-games in the style of classic LCD Game and Watch titles with a Kingdom Hearts polish.
Kingdom Hearts has gone retro in the past.
Kingdom Hearts III publisher and developer, Square Enix, hosted the Kingdom Hearts Unions X [Cross] fan meetup in Anaheim, California. The upcoming game is now in development for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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