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Kingdom Hearts III director asks fans not to share game's spoilers

Kingdom Hearts III has already been leaked extensively. (Source: Kingdom Hearts)
Kingdom Hearts III has already been leaked extensively. (Source: Kingdom Hearts)
Tetsuya Nomura, the Game Director for the hotly anticipated Kingdom Hearts III, has taken to Twitter to ask the game's fans not to share the recent leaks. This material includes gameplay footage, a secret movie and other spoilers. Nomura claims that this request will enable everyone to 'experience the game equally'.

Tetsuya Nomura, the Game Director for Kingdom Hearts III, has reacted to the recent spate of spoilers for this upcoming release on Twitter. Nomura has clearly been compelled to make a request that fans do not share the spoilers, which appear mostly to be in the form of videos showing a movie and epilogue material that was supposed to be a studio secret. In addition, copies of the game have reportedly been misappropriated and sold on Facebook Marketplace.

Nomura noted that the Kingdom Hearts team are aware of how this occurred, and that they have already done what they can to manage this situation. He also acknowledged the fact that many fans had warned against these leaks in his new statement. This Tweet also focused heavily on the epilogue and movie, which, apparently, are so integral to the new game's story that they were to be released on a separate date.

The Kingdom Hearts III release event will still go ahead on its scheduled date of January 29, 2019. It will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Therefore, fans wishing to enjoy the game in a spoiler-free manner still have more than a month of avoiding them to go.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2018-12-16 (Update: 2018-12-16)
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