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Kingdom Hearts 3 Release Date: Available For Nintendo Wii U? Next-Generation Consoles Prompt Rumors

By Staff Writer | August 22, 2013 06:05 PM EDT

There is rumor going around that Kingdom Hearts 3 would come to the Nintendo Wii U, SidhTech reports, leaving gamers wondering if the game will be available on all next-generation consoles.
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There is rumor going around that Kingdom Hearts 3 would come to the Nintendo Wii U, SidhTech reports, leaving gamers wondering if the game will be available on all next-generation consoles.

The Playstation 4 release date has officially been set for November 15.

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"If we don't get Kingdom Hearts 3 during the PS4′s lifetime I'm going to bomb Square Enix headquarters," wrote Sujan Sooriyakumar, a Kingdom Hearts fan, on Twitter.

Although the project has yet to begin development, Kingdom Hearts 3 was a subject of rumors and speculations especially among the fans themselves, Society&Religion reports.

Many gamers are awaiting the release of Kingdom Hearts 3 after its predecessor game ended with a cliffhanger that might be answered in the series' newest edition.

Square Enix has not released any information on the release of Kingdom Hearts 3 and has not mentioned any of its capabilities for next-generation console Playstation 4. 

 

 

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