The latest updates for "Kingdom Hearts 3" reveal the arrival of Sora, Goofy, and Donald to the new Disney World of San Fransokyo. Square Enix streamed a new trailer for the sequel featuring characters from the Disney movie, "Big Hero 6," as Sora and his friends help Baymax and Hiro take out the Heartless and save their world.

Square Enix also announced a new "Kingdom Hearts" VR title and video game fans will experience a whole new level in the epic action-RPG crossover. The sequel will feature Sora and his friends preparing themselves for the upcoming Keyblade War against the Heartless and the new Organization XIII led by Master Xehanort.

Big Hero 6 debuts in KH3

According to WCCFTech, Square Enix originally planned to stream the new "Kingdom Hearts 3" trailer at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show 2018 event. The video sees Sora, Goofy, and Donald landing on the San Fransokyo bridge as the Heartless invade the city. They meet Hiro, Baymax, and the rest of the Big Hero 6 team as they work together to stop the Heartless.

The trailer also revealed a new Keyblade transformation based on Baymax's superhero armor. New Disney characters are introduced in the trailer such as Go Go, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, Fred, Randall Boggs from "Monsters Inc.," and Flynn from "Tangled." Square Enix previously showcased the worlds of "Frozen" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" at the Electronic Entertainment Expo event.

Other Disney Worlds that were added in the game include "Toy Story," "Hercules," and "Ratatouille."

The Gummi Ship also returns to the sequel and players can select any ship they want or build their own ship to travel into different Disney Worlds. Game director Tetsuya Nomura told Segment Next in a previous interview that the Gummi Ship segments will be handled by the team that created the 1997 video game, "Einhander."

Kingdom Hearts VR experience

According to the PlayStation Blog, Square Enix announced that "Kingdom Hearts" will have a new virtual reality game title.

Dubbed "Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience," the game will feature some of the most memorable scenes from the franchise in a first-person camera view. Players can wield Sora's iconic Keyblade and fight the Heartless.

In addition to the iconic moments, the VR title will also include songs from the different "KH" games. Square Enix will launch the game in the holidays for the PlayStation VR. The third game will launch on January 25 for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.