Update: Alas, it seems that Disney has pulled the video from the channel, but fear not, Redditor TomLube managed to get the audio from the video and upload it. You can check it out by clicking here.
The original story can be found below:
A few weeks ago, Kingdom Hearts III fans got their first look at the new theme song for the game titled Face My Fears by Hikaru Utada, but unfortunately, it was only a less than a two-minute preview. Now, only a few weeks away from launch, we have our first look at not only the entirety of the opening intro but the full, extended version of the future bass song thanks to a YouTube channel ChipidyGaming.
Right off the bat, the intro and song seem to sync-up way better with each other than the preview version did. Of course, this extended version features new footage, so if you really don’t want to see anything from the game I would advise you not to watch it. However, the song is great so maybe just press play and then switch tabs or something like that.
One other thing to note about this is that it’s not in HD quality; ChidyGaming just recorded this with either a camcorder or his phone. Whenever anything “leaks” from a larger game and has this recording quality, it is always worth noting that it may be a fake. However, given there are a few games already out in the wild, there is a non-zero chance that this is the real deal.
In other Kingdom Hearts III news, we now have confirmation on the install size of the game at launch. Regardless of if you are playing on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, make sure to have roughly 40GB of hard drive space ready to install the game. Though this does not even include the Day One patch, which will contain the story’s epilogue to protect it from these kind of leakers.
Kingdom Hearts III is coming to be PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 29, 2019. If you want to pre-order the game on Amazon, you can do so by clicking here. Meanwhile, check out the full intro below (before it gets pulled):
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