This week is all about E3, in which many video game players look forward to the latest updates on their favorite franchises. One particular game that isn't going to make waves during this year's E3, however, is Square Enix's "Kingdom Hearts 3," the upcoming action role-playing game which still has no Release Date in sight. It seems, however, that the upcoming game from Square Enix is already approaching its undisclosed release date, as the studio has just released a new trailer for it.

New trailer hints at release date announcement during D23

The new trailer released ahead of E3 showcases some swashbuckling adventures by Sora, Goofy, and Donald Duck, as well as appearances by Hades, Pete, and Maleficent.

The new trailer for "Kingdom Hearts 3" was showcased during the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour concert in Los Angeles on Saturday night.

According to Polygon, the trailer hints at another trailer to be released next month, when Disney's D23 Expo rolls around. It's also possible that next month's trailer will finally indicate the release date of the anticipated game.

Game's development is taking longer than usual

Back in 2014, Kotaku reported that "Kingdom Hearts 3" was being created using the Unreal Engine 4. Because of this, game creator Tetsuya Nomura explained that they've encountered some difficulties rendering images. Nonetheless, he assured fans of the franchise that "Development is steadily proceeding as planned" and that with Unreal Engine 4 creators Epic Games' support, progress will go "smoothly." Late last month, Gamespot reported that the upcoming sequel to "Kingdom Hearts 2"

Late last month, Gamespot reported that the upcoming sequel to "Kingdom Hearts 2" may arrive in 2018 at the earliest.

Nomura did explain, however, that he was determined to show players the progress they've had throughout the years at an event. The event he was talking about maybe the D23 event, which will take place on July 15.

"Kingdom Hearts 3" is set to be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and is set to take place in "Tangled"'s Kingdom of Corona, "Big Hero 6"'s San Fransokyo, and Olympus ("Hercules"), Mysterious Tower, and Twilight Town.

Returning characters include Riku, Donald Duck, Goofy, King Mickey, Master Xehanort and Master Eraqus.

The game is directed by Tetsuya Nomura and Tai Yasue and produced by Rie Nishi. Fans of the franchise should expect another trailer for the game during next months' D23 Expo happening on July 15.

In the meantime, they can check out the Japanese trailer below.