Kingdom Hearts III Looks Gorgeous in New Xbox One Gameplay; Shows Gigas, Boss Battle, and More

Square Enix showcased stellar gameplay of the Xbox One version of Kingdom Hearts III showing the Toy Story and Hercules Worlds.

on June 14, 2018 7:14 PM

During a broadcast from E3 2018 Square Enix showcased a large chunk of gameplay of the Kingdom Hearts III demo available on the show floor at E3.

The game was played on Xbox One, and it looks really fantastic, starting with the Toy Story world. Unfortunately, the stream was in 720p (so the game will look much crisper on your console), but it’s certainly better than nothing. Unfortunately, the voice overs were also not streamed due to “technical issues.”

We also see the gigas in action, and they also look spectacular.

In te second part of the demo (the second and third videos below) we see clip we see more the Hercules world, and more precisely an absolutely spectacular boss battle.

If you want to see more, you can check out the first trailer we saw a few days ago at the Xbox media briefing, the one revealed at the Square Enix showcase, and the last one from Sony Interactive Entertainment’s press conference. You can also enjoy the latest gallery of screenshots.

The game will release in the west on January 29th, 2019, and in Japan just a few days earlier on January 25th for PS4 and Xbox One. In case you didn’t pre-order your copy of the game just yet, you can do so on Amazon.




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