The mobile game Kingdom Hearts: Missing-Link revealed a new trailer at the same time of launch


It’s been more than a year since fans received new information Kingdom Hearts But at dawn this morning, Square Enix shared another look at the latest mobile title from the Disney collaboration series. This is the second Kingdom Hearts game to release on mobile devices despite its predecessor Union X/Dark Road has much simpler gameplay. The latest trailer introduced realistic action role-playing gameplay similar to the Console version. Players can even use PS4, PS5 or Xbox controllers.

The game will take players to explore a city called Scala ad Caelum. Missing Link also bears some similarities to Pokemon Go, claiming to be a GPS action RPG, meaning players can explore the real world, encounter enemies, find treasure and meet many Disney characters different along the way. However, unlike Pokemon Go, players do not need to move in real life, because Missing Link will take them around the world without having to step foot outside.

Square Enix is ​​also looking for testers in Australia and the UK for its Closed Beta phase Kingdom Hearts: Missing-Link, starting next month. Players who want to participate in this Closed Beta need to register on the game’s website before November 19. The Beta period for the iOS version lasts from November 29 to December 8, while the testing period for the iOS version lasts from November 29 to December 8. for the Android version will take place in January 2024.

Kingdom Hearts: Missing-Link was revealed alongside Kingdom Hearts 4 at the series’ 20th Anniversary event last year. Square Enix describes the game’s story as taking place in “an unwritten era”. The characters inhabit the city of Scala ad Caelum in a long-forgotten era, and the game serves as the missing link between Union χ and the present.

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