Kingdom Hearts 3, Final Fantasy 15: New Info Coming Soon, Says Square Producer

February 26, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

“Kingdom Hearts III” and “Final Fantasy XV”–two upcoming games from Square Enix–will see more information released, said a producer with Square Enix.

Square producer Shinji Hashimoto said that information about both “Kingdom Hearts III” and “Final Fantasy XV” will come “in the near future,” reported Gaming Bolt.

He did not elaborate further on the matter.

According to Gaming Bolt, Square appears to be ready to cast English-speaking voice actors, meaning that Square is likely progressing far into production.

“Kingdom Hearts III” and “Final Fantasy XV” will be available for the Xbox One and PS4.

A week ago, “Final Fantasy” producer Yoshinori Kitase said that development of “Final Fantasy XV” is coming along well

“We can’t give too much information but certainly looking at ‘Final Fantasy XV,’ it’s not as if it’s in competition with ‘Kingdom Hearts III’ for resources or anything like that,” Kitase told Videogamer.com a week ago.

“It’s quite far into development now and it is being given a very high priority within the company itself, but that doesn’t mean Kingdom Hearts isn’t.” He also did not elaborate any more on the matter.

The latest “Final Fantasy” will be part of the Fabulla Nova Crystallis theme, which was started in “Final Fantasy XIII.”

“Right from the start when we first it announced it as Versus XIII, the game itself was backed up by the same Crystal legend: the Fabulla Nova Crystallis mythology that underpins the whole of the XIII series,” Kitase told the Videogamer.

He continued: “So even though it’s not necessarily the same universe or the same game, they’re all linked and underpinned by the backdrop of that legend. Now it’s moved on – obviously the title’s been changed to Final Fantasy XV – but that hasn’t actually changed. The story and the world is still going to be linked and backed up by that. So yes, there is the link between XIII and XV, and they both share that mythology as a backdrop and a starting point.”

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