Good news for Kingdom Hearts fans, the long awaited Kingdom Hearts Unchained X for iOS and Android is releasing on April 7th in North America.
The upcoming mobile Kingdom Hearts game that was announced last year at E3 during Square Enix’s presentation and fans in the west have waited a long time for the game to finally release. Though there is no news for a release in Europe at this point the North American release is a big step towards the release for us fans here in England who hopefully, won’t have to wait to much longer. To celebrate the announcement the director Tetsuya Nomura posted message for fans which you can see below.
The message reads: “I hope fans and newcomers alike will find themselves absorbed in this brand new adventure that reveals the origins of Kingdom Hearts.”
There is also an interview which saw some little bits of information about Kingdom Hearts Unchained X along with another longer, heartfelt message. Interestingly is that the story for Kingdom Hearts Unchained X takes place at the beginning of the series in the World of Fairies before the Keyblade War.
As mentioned in the beginning, this is the story of the start of KINGDOM HEARTS. In other words, there is no need for any prior knowledge of the series.
I would love for people who have not yet played KINGDOM HEARTS to take this opportunity to casually jump right in with a blank slate. And of course for our fans, you can approach and play this KINGDOM HEARTS in any way you like, so through collecting medals of your favorite characters, collecting costumes, and moreover becoming a part of the KINGDOM HEARTS world and experiencing the enjoyment of weaving your own story that leads to one of the biggest mysteries in the series, which is the “Keyblade War,” I hope you can further enjoy the upcoming release of KINGDOM HEARTS Ⅱ.8 and KINGDOM HEARTS Ⅲ, as well as the KINGDOM HEARTS that will continue beyond that.
Find out more on the story when Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ releases in North America on April 7, 2016!
Kingdom Hearts Unchained X will be available for iOS and Android this upcoming April 7th for North America.