Tai Yasue Talks Kingdom Hearts III Development

Kingdom Hearts III

Tai Yasue was interviewed by 4Gamer as part of a developer survey to discuss their thoughts about the year in review as well as the future of the games they’re working on and that includes Kingdom Hearts III.

He notes the change to Unreal 4 Engine for Kingdom Hearts III in how progress is finally moving forward as well as the Keyblade transformations and more Attraction abilities and the Kingdom Shader. He also mentions his excitement about showing off the changes in 2015 and be on the lookout for that information.

Gematsu has translated Yasue’s interview:

“Now that we’ve worked out Unreal Engine 4 as our development environment, as well as the general structure of the team and fresh new look for the game and its accompanying shader, development of Kingdom Hearts III is moving forward as we now focus on making things like new Attractions and Keyblade transformations. We’re hoping to be able to show our fans the fruits of these labors step by step during 2015, so stay on the lookout for more information!”

Source: Gematsu

9 Responses to “Tai Yasue Talks Kingdom Hearts III Development”

  1. Grant Says:

    AWESOME!

  2. PurexedSolify . Says:

    Finally more news after a technically barren year of information.

  3. syr456 Says:

    Can’t wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  4. Nathan Josephs Says:

    so a 2016 release at best then.

  5. tylerc23 Says:

    We’ll probably get to see Sora and Riku’s new outfits too

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Phucking purgatory.. show us someing anything! A pic of soras new shoe!

  7. Shadowbane2009 Says:

    we sadly got a loooong wait ahead of us…just like the good ole days of 2003 to 2006. RIP TECHTV/G4 you will be missed.

  8. JoshOnTech Says:

    Maybe not

    http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/01/07/goofy-voice-actor-claims-kingdom-hearts-3-coming-this-year

  9. Nathan Josephs Says:

    already debunked http://www.khinsider.com/news/RUMOUR-Bill-Farmer-Says-There-s-a-New-Game-in-2015-4995

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