Square Enix just announced Kingdom Hearts 4 at the 20th Anniversary event in Japan. The trailer below showcases a more realistic look for the series with some retrospectives showcase past games. Kingdom Hearts 4’s platforms have not been revealed as of now. Kingdom Hearts III released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC with a cloud version for Nintendo Switch. Watch the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer below:

Kingdom Hearts 4 platforms

Platforms have not been announced but I assume it will come to PS5 and Xbox Series X going by the last few games and likely also come to PC later if not at launch.

In addition to a new mainline game, a new mobile game was also announced as showcased in the trailer above with more details and a closed beta test planned for select regions this year. Some were speculating that the PC versions would also release on Steam since it has been a year following the Epic Games Store release, but there is no news for that as of this writing. Maybe those will be announced soon as a part of the anniversary celebrations for the series.

Kingdom Hearts 4 is now in development at Square Enix.

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