The latest updates for "Kingdom Hearts 3" reveal another Disney character who will join Sora, Donald, and Goofy in their quest to defeat the Heartless and Organization XIII. Twitter username Nibel posted several images from the off-screen demo of the game and it is confirmed that Ralph from the "Wreck-it Ralph" animated movie is coming to the sequel.

Japanese singer Utada Hikaru announced the title of her new theme song for "KH3" and it is part of her new seventh studio album.

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The story of the sequel will feature Sora and his friends fighting the final battle against Xehanort [VIDEO] to save the Disney worlds from eternal darkness.

'Wreck-it Ralph' confirmed

As seen in the off-screen photos, Ralph will be added to "Kingdom Hearts 3" as a summon character for Sora to use to aid him and his friends against the Heartless.

The photo also featured the "Fix-it Felix" video game which is the homeworld of Ralph, possibly hinting that Sora and the gang will visit his world sometime in the story.

"Wreck-it Ralph" is one of the Disney worlds that video game fans want to see in the sequel due to its popularity. There are already five Disney worlds confirmed in the game from the movies "Hercules," "Tangled," "Big Hero 6," "Toy Story," and "Monsters Inc."

Other Disney worlds they wanted to see in the sequel include "Frozen," "The Jungle Book," and "The Incredibles" as well previous worlds like "Aladdin," "Winnie the Pooh," "The Lion King," "The Little Mermaid" and more.

"Spider-Man" video game director Bryan Intihar expressed his desire to see Marvel and Star Wars worlds be added to the game since Disney holds the rights to these franchises.

The game will feature mini-games [VIDEO] and it will feature Sora joining Mickey Mouse in a 1980s-styled platform level. Square Enix also teased multiple ending scenarios similar to "Persona 5" and "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt."

New theme song

J-Pop star Utada Hikaru announced that the new single for "Kingdom Hearts 3" will be called "Chikai," which means oath or vow in Japanese. The song will also have an English name titled "Don't Think Twice" in the international scenes. The song will also be part of her seventh studio album along with 11 other tracks.

Utada has been praised internationally by her songs from the game franchise such as "Simple and Clean" and "Sanctuary." Video game fans are hoping that the new theme will be as memorable as the previous two songs and will hype the game up even more.