All aboard the hype train! Again! Today is the day we finally get an official glimpse into the gameplay that was available only for attendees of the "Kingdom Hearts 3" premiere event. While screenshots of the gameplay were leaked a day before, Square Enix has has allowed off-screen new gameplay to be shown, and this time, with English voices! In this recent video, we get to see "Wreck It Ralph's" titular protagonist accompany Sora in his new journey as a summon. In addition to this reveal, we also get an extended look at Hercules' home world, "Olympus Coliseum," now called "Battle Coliseum."

In this world, Sora, Goofy, and Donald get to take on Titan with returning features such as the Shotlock mechanic introduced in "Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep," but also with a particular new attack called "Attraction Flow." In this scene, the player is prompted to press triangle to make use of the "Big Magic Mountain" and attack Titan with it.

After the battle, the scene cuts to a gameplay that involves the trio in the world of "Toy Story," curiously called "Toy Box," The nostalgic "feels" kick right in when a variation of "You Got A Friend in Me" acts as the background theme of this world. The hype does not end there, as when Sora calls in a "Link" (called "Summons" before), Ralph starts to wreck those heartless (sorry, I had to do it).

Never played a 'Kingdom Hearts' game before?

It is way easier to join the hype train this time around as the previous games have been compiled in one nice little package called "Kingdom Hearts 1.5 & 2.5 Remix." However, this compilation is only available on the PlayStation 4. So, I suggest grabbing a PlayStation 4 and decide for yourself if it is worth your time (It is, I promise).

Each title offers different features that will keep you engaged, including card based gameplay. If you do see yourself continuing to play the series, it is highly (extremely) recommended that you do not skip a single title, as each one is integral to the overall plot and the growth of key characters. If you are really pressed for time, you could also watch the cutscenes that are available in YouTube.

When can we expect the game to come out?

Unfortunately, the reveal was not accompanied with a release date. We can see the scenes are already fully recorded in English voices and we got to see actual gameplay, one can hope that Square Enix does release the game by the end of this year. It will have a tough competition, as "Super Smash Bros." for the Nintendo Switch, another highly hyped game, is also coming by the end of 2018, with "Spider-Man" and "Shadow of the Tomb Raider" joining the fray in September.