As predicted, Kingdom Hearts 3 received a rating of E for everyone over the age of 10. The content descriptors say the game has ‘Alcohol References and Fantasy Violence’.
The rating summary says: “This is an action role-playing game in which players follow Sora and his friends as they battle an evil force. From a third-person perspective, players explore Disney-themed worlds, gain cartoon-character allies, and battle shadowy creatures along the way. Players use key-shaped swords, whimsical magic attacks, and special powers/attack moves (e.g., blasts of water, cartoony blasters) to defeat enemies in frenetic combat. Some sequences allow players to pilot robots or small ships that shoot projectiles at enemies from a first-person perspective. A handful of cutscenes depict off-screen stabbings/impaling of protagonist characters.”
The game features many Disney worlds for the likes of Sora and his friends to visit. Included in the game is Big Hero 6, Winnie the Pooh, Frozen, Tangled, Toy Story, Monsters Inc and many more Disney classic films.
Kingdom Hearts 3 will be released worldwide on January 29th, 2019 for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles. You can read an overview of the game posted below as posted by Square Enix.
KINGDOM HEARTS marked its tenth anniversary last year, and development on KINGDOM HEARTS III has officially commenced. KINGDOM HEARTS III is the latest installment in the KINGDOM HEARTS franchise, and the first core sequel since KINGDOM HEARTS II was released in 2006 in Europe and North America.
A mature Sora sets out on a new adventure. The title will make full use of next-generation console technologies to deliver more exhilarating, action-packed gameplay and various fun features. As a culmination of the series so far, KINGDOM HEARTS III is shaping up to be an entertainment experience with a grand story of unparalleled scale.