Every little bit of news related to “Kingdom Hearts Iii” is automatically a big deal, considering it will take three years or so for the game to arrive. And so when KH13 translated game director Tetsuya Nomura’s interview on Famitsu, all h*ll broke loose.

As what most fans already know, there’s going to be a D23 trailer next month. What the translator revealed, however, is that the upcoming trailer will have “final information” in it. Whatever that means we’re not entirely sure, as translations can be really tricky.

What we do know for sure, though – it’s going to be quite long, and according to Nomura “will be longer than the orchestra trailer.”

KH3 new trailer: 'Final info' on what exactly?

Nomura told the Japanese publication that editing for the D23 trailer is ongoing, and will contain fresh elements that would certainly meet any fans’ expectations. The continued on saying there might be some slight variations between the Japanese and the Western versions of new “Kingdom Hearts III” trailer.

The orchestra trailer – revealed last week – was too much for fans to handle, but next month’s D23 is said to be packed with more exciting content. The “final information” Nomura mentioned was taken from the orchestra event Sunday night, but unfortunately, it hasn’t been made clear what he exactly meant by that.

Naturally, fans resorted to speculations again, with some saying the director may have been talking about the final release date. Others, who said it’s way too early for a final date of launch, guessed Nomura may have meant a final news update in this latest round of press. The thing is, “Kingdom Hearts III” won’t be out for the next three years (more or less), so it’s safer to settle for “final news update.”

A brand new world in KH3

Fans attending this year’s D23 will have a chance to take a first look at the upcoming “Star Wars Battlefront II” and new KH3 bits.

The games will be showcased during their “Level Up! The Walt Disney Company’s Video Game Showcase” on July 15 at 4:00 p.m EDT.

KH3’s most recent clip hints at a brand new world in the game. Sora is dropped into the midst of a squadron of armored Heartless (the series' central enemies) and proceeds to make short work of the lot, employing stylish spin-leaps, hovering flip strikes and magical powers that leave devastation in their wake.

The most recent trailer was enough to send fans into a frenzy, so next month’s D23 trailer should have the same fan reaction. It’s quite possible it could be way over the top compared to the clip below:

This certainly shows how hungry the fans of the series are for new information, especially considering how scarce Square Enix’s communication about it has been. Here’s another fan reaction during the trailer itself:

We’re so far from getting our hands on “Kingdom Hearts III,” but at this point, it’s safe to say we’re all ready for it.