New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer With English Subtitles and English Theme Song by Utada Hikaru Revealed

Square Enix revealed the English version of the new Kingdom Hearts III trailer, alongside the English theme song performed by Hikaru Utada.

on February 10, 2018 3:49 AM

Following the release of the Japanese version of the new Kingdom Hearts III trailer just a few minutes ago, Square Enix followed up with the English version, including subtitles that we all can understand.

On top of the trailer, that reveals a word inspired by Pixar’s Monsters Inc. we also get the English theme song. It will still be performed by Hikaru Utada, but it will be titled “Don’t Think Twice.” The song will share its melody with the Japanese version titled “Oath.” If you want to compare, you can find it in our previous article.

The trailer showcases new outfits for Riku and Mikey, the return of Ariel as a summon, on top of Vanitas and Marluxia. We can certainly say that Square Enix delivered in spades this time around. All we need is a release date.

You can enjoy both videos below. You can also check out the previous trailer and a batch of screenshots revealed in July, featuring the Toy Story world.

If you want to read more details straight from the lion’s mouth, you can also read our full interview with Game Director Tetsuya Nomura himself, talking about Development, Keyblade Mechanics and Much More.

Kingdom Hearts III is set to be released for PS4 and Xbox One in 2018.

 /  Executive News Editor
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