The latest updates for "Kingdom Hearts 3" reveal a playable demo in the Square Enix booth at the Electronic Entertainment Expo event. Square Enix will be hosting a conference at the event and will give updates on their upcoming titles such as "Shadow of Tomb Raider," "Final Fantasy XV," "Final Fantasy 7" remake, the untitled Avengers game, and more.

There is also a new rumor that the sequel will have more Disney-themed worlds for players to explore. The worlds are based on the popular Disney films as Sora and his friends embark on a journey to save them from the Heartless and the new Organization XIII led by Master Xehanort.

More Disney worlds to come?

According to SegmentNext, "Kingdom Hearts 3" will supposedly have 10 to 19 worlds for the players to explore. This could mean that Sora, Goofy, and Donald will not only visit new worlds but return to previous Disney worlds from past games. Players already saw Sora on Mt. Olympus from the "Hercules" movie and it might not be long for him to get back in Agrabah, the Pridelands, ancient China, Wonderland, Halloweentown, and more.

So far, the new Disney worlds in the sequel include Aurora from "Tangled," Andy's room and Galaxy Toys from "Toys Story," and the Monster Word from "Monsters Inc." Video game and Disney fans are hoping to see the worlds of "Frozen," "Wreck-it Ralph," "The Jungle Book," "Big Hero 6," "The Incredibles," and "Brave" in the sequel.

E3 2018 hands-on demo

Video game fans will now have a chance to play "Kingdom Hearts 3" at the E3 2018 as lucky gamers can visit Square Enix's booth for the experience. While the full details of the demo's length have not been revealed, video game fans might see Sora and his friends doing the "Toy Story" mission similar to the premiere invitation event.

Members of the press from different video game news websites were able to play the sequel and discovered new gameplay features such as Sora's ability to change his Keyblade to different weapons from the worlds he visited. Sora can also use summons such as a magical train, giant teacups, Ariel from "Little Mermaid," and Ralph himself.

Players will also take note of the use of magic in the game as it can help Sora take out specific Heartless monsters. The open-world mechanics in "KH3" is impressive as Sora can now see how big and different each world can be. He is able to run up to walls with little effort and even ride a giant Mech toy to fight against swarming Heartless monsters and other Mech toys.