Square Enix had previously announced that they would be launching Kingdom Hearts 3 in January 2019, which means that development of the game had better be complete before then given that the company has pretty much only a couple of months left, not to mention there probably needs some tests to work out additional kinks and bugs.

The good news is that the game has officially been completed, according to a tweet by the game’s official Twitter account which quotes the game’s producer, Tetsuya Nomura, as saying, “I’m proud to unveil an extended version of the trailer that’s been playing in NA cinemas. And guess what? We’ve wrapped up development of #KingdomHearts III!”

Kingdom Hearts 3 marks the third main installment in the franchise and it is also expected to wrap up the storyline. We doubt that this is the end of the franchise given its popularity, so we imagine that there’ll probably be more Kingdom Heart titles we can expect in the future, although when exactly is anyone’s guess.

There is also additional good news to the wrapping up of the game’s development. Nomura had stated in the past that they were focusing on completing Kingdom Hearts 3 before they moved on to the Final Fantasy VII Remake, so now that the game is done, hopefully this means we’ll hear more Final Fantasy VII Remake progress reports in the near future.

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