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Today the Kingdom Hearts 3 Australian release date was revealed at the E3 2018 event. The game will release on January 29, 2019. The game is a mix of characters from the worlds of Final Fantasy and Disney. The original first 2 Kingdom Hearts games were originally released on the PlayStation 2 and have been re-released on later gaming consoles with things like HD remixes over the years. It’s been some time since we’ve had a sequel to the game, but over the years the IP has become incredibly popular.

In addition to the Kingdom Hearts 3 Australian release date announcement today, we also got a brand new trailer for the game which shows us a bit of the Pirates Of The Caribbean world.

Also in addition to the Kingdom Hearts 3 Australian release date reveal, we also got a second trailer for the game during E3. This one featured the world of Disney’s Frozen

You can find Kingdom Hearts 3 on Amazon AU right here.

You can watch the rest of the E3 2018 Conference from Square Enix right here.

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