Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road is getting its final chapter on August 26 during the 20th Kingdom Hearts anniversary event.
Xehanort ends up fighting Eraqus. "Kingdom Hearts is the only way," Xehanort says to Eraqus right before they clash. "Do you stand in my way as a true keyblade master?" Eraqus replies, "No. As a true friend." Eraqus is a keyblade master, and master of Terra and Aqua. He'd show up in a couple of KH titles, including Kingdom Hearts III, and is an old friend of Xehanort, a relationship that Dark Road explores.
Kingdom Hearts Dark Road was first released on Junge 22, 2020. The game takes place centuries after Kingdom Hearts Union X and after the events of the Keyblade War. After this final chapter, the new game Kingdom Hearts Missing Link will be released later on mobile platforms, and it will be the first game in the mobile series to be fully playable in 3D with action gameplay identical to the console games.
However, another Kingdom Hearts mobile game looks like it will inherit Dark Roads' place. Kingdom Hearts Missing Link is an upcoming game revealed at the 20th-anniversary event and will be available for both iOS and Android devices. Missing Link takes place in Scala ad Caelum and from the trailers, looks to be entirely 3D with some element of magic-casting in combat scenarios.
The recap video also teased that Kingdom Hearts IV would be developed using Unreal Engine 5, even though the latest trailer was created using Unreal Engine 4. The creators ask players to not only look at the future of Kingdom Hearts through the fourth sequel but everything else they have in store for the fans.
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