Today Square Enix announced via press release that a Kingdom Hearts III promotional campaign has started in Tokyo.
The campaign involves an exhibition in the JR stations in Shinjuku and Shibuya. This involves the massive image of a keyblade just above the high-traffic South exit in Shinjuku and Hachiko exit in Shibuya,
On top of that, artwork from the game will be showcased as part of the “Kingdom Hearts III Station Gallery” in the hallways of both locations, paired with lines from the game.
You can see a sample in the gallery at the bottom of the post with pictures provided by the publisher.
The giant keyblades will be displayed until Jan. 30, while the Kingdom Hearts III artwork will be up until Jan. 27.
On top of this, a countdown is being hosted on the game’s official Twitter account showing images and lines from the game, and a special countdown video will be released on Jan. 19.
All we know about it is that it’s a special video specifically created for the countdown to Kingdom Hearts III0s massively anticipated release.
If you want to see more of Kingdom Hearts III, the most recent trailers showcased the pre-order keyblades. You ca also check out some keyblade artwork released recently by Square Enix.
Further footage of Kingdom Hearts III can be enjoyed with latest TV commercials, the “final battle” trailer released a few weeks ago, another recent video, and the opening cutscene featuring Hikaru Utada’s song “Face my Fears.”
Kingdom Hearts III will finally be released on PS4 and Xbox first in Japan on Jan. 25. Western gamers in North America and Europe won’t have much longer to wait, as it will launch in the west on Jan. 29.