Kingdom Hearts Unchained X is coming to North America for Android and iOS later this week! The game was officially revealed by game director Tetsuya Nomura on the official Square Enix blog. This particular video game within the Kingdom Hearts franchise also marks as a prequel to all the other video games currently out right now.
According to game director Tetsuya Nomura, the upcoming mobile game Kingdom Hearts Unchained X will have a connection to the upcoming PlayStation 4, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue though it’s more prominently connected through the one-hour long cinematic feature Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover.
All three titles within KINGDOM HEARTS Ⅱ.8 has a link to KINGDOM HEARTS Unchained χ in some way. You can see it most prominently shown in KINGDOM HEARTS χ Back Cover – a brand-new, approximately one-hour long cinematic piece, which is depicted from the perspective the Foretellers, who gather the Keyblade Wielders. On the flip side, KINGDOM HEARTS Unchained χ is seen from the player’s perspective. By watching KINGDOM HEARTS χ Back Cover, the player will be able to get a glimpse of what kind of motive these supposed leaders are operating under behind the scenes.
And in KINGDOM HEARTS Dream Drop Distance HD, which is the HD remastered version of the Nintendo 3DS game KINGDOM HEARTS 3D: Dream Drop Distance, you may noticed the Dream Eaters were a sort of foreshadowing. And the title that would act as a bridge between these two titles would be the latest installment in the series, KINGDOM HEARTS 0.2 Birth By Sleep, which is developed utilizing the technology behind KINGDOM HEARTSⅢ. It is a sequel to KINGDOM HEARTS: Birth By Sleep, and a short episode that follows immediately after the events of KINGDOM HEARTS Dream Drop Distance HD, but it’s a title in which players can get an early feel for KINGDOM HEARTSⅢ.
Players will take the role of Chirithy in a new world known as Daybreak Town. Additionally, the game will feature the five Foretellers and two new key characters Ephemera and Skuld, which are said to help move the story along. You can get your hands on Kingdom Hearts Unchained X on April 7, 2016, for the Apple iOS and Google Android.