Kingdom Hearts 3 Release Date Coming Sooner Than Expected? Square Enix Game Featured In PS4 All Access Montage
By Staff Writer | November 18, 2013 04:12 PM EST
Kingdom Hearts 3 made appearances during the PS4 All Access show, Examiner.com reports, leaving many wondering if the game's release date is coming sooner than expected.
Final Fantasy XV was also featured in the montage that was posted on Nov. 15 by Dual Shockers, Examiner.com also reports.
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Square Enix has not announced official release dates for both titles.
Last week, Master Spockanort mentioned that Kingdom Hearts 3 might have new voice actors.
"Everyday is a chance of somebody dying considering we all die. We've already had voice actor changes. If somebody died, no matter how depressing and heartbreaking it would be, they'd just put in a new voice actor," he said during a recent interview, according to Society and Religion reports.
"They are, sadly, replaceable and they wouldn't cancel a game because somebody died. Like with Wayne Allwine and Eddie Carroll, they'd have a 'In memory of'. Of course nothing is ever set in stone and hey Square Enix could suddenly crash and burn or Nomura could die or something. Kingdom Hearts III isn't about to be cancelled, though."
Kingdom Hearts 3 director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that the development team is unsatisfied with the current look of the game.
"Although this is our first time showing footage of actual game play, the quality isn't anywhere near what the staff members consider satisfying," he told Famitsu.
Square Enix has released a lineup of new video game releases for the next fiscal quarter, which ends in March 2014, but it did not include Kingdom Hearts 3.
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