Toy Story World confirmed for Kingdom Hearts 3 & 2018 Release

There’s a heartless in my boot

A new trailer released for the eagerly awaited and long in development Kingdom Hearts 3 confirms the inclusion of the pixar world of Toy Story, as well as a release date of 2018.

Released at Disney’s D23 2017 conference, we get a further look at the games flashy and high speed combat, as well as an extensive look at the long awaited inclusion of the Pixar characters of Buzz and Woody, as Sora, Donald and Goofy sport toy-themed costumes for they’re debut into the world of talking toys, we get to not only meet but fight alongside everyone’s favourite unlikely duo making our way from the familiar confines of Andy’s bedroom to Toy Story 2’s toy store.

It appears that Organisation XIII is up to its old tricks as we see young master Xehanort, spouting the usual cryptic dialogue any member of the black cloak is obliged to say and the toys of the world are mysteriously disappearing due to the heartless presence.

The Hefty 5 minute gameplay trailer also gives us a further look into the games movement and various world mechanics, as we see Sora take control of giant toy robots and rain plastic toy box destruction on the heartless. As well as further confirmation of the games stunning graphics. (all the particles, those beautiful particle affects)

Toy Story World Kingdom Hearts 3 News Screenshot

The trailer also finally confirms that the long awaited sequel will see release some time in 2018, a huge announcement for fans who have been waiting all the way since 2005 for the next mainline entry in the series. (please Square I can’t afford to buy any more handhelds)

This new trailer, as well as the 2018 release announcement has me pumped for our next adventure with lovable goof ball Sora, Angst embodiment Riku and Often sidelined Kiri, as well as all our Disney pals. But what do you think? Are you excited to finally have Pixar in the Kingdom Hearts universe? Are you holding out for a Monsters Inc announcement? Let us know in the comments below.

Adam Whiles

Adam Whiles

His favorite games are no hall of fame classics. Lover of the bizarre and weird, cult classics and anything Japanese are his bread and butter. He'd sooner have another game from Yoko Taro, than Halo or Uncharted. He believes in the immense potential for video games and the stories they can tell.

So what do you think?

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