Tetsuya Nomura, director of the Kingdom Hearts series of Square Enix, said he was "reviewing" simultaneous world releases for future projects, following 3 King Hearts leaks that happened last year.
Screenshots of the game title screen, installing a screen, and more appeared online in December after a person started selling copies of Kingdom Hearts 3 through Facebook Marketplace. The fans' communities immediately put the lock on the illegally acquired footage to avoid spoilers, and Nomura was asked to issue a statement to convince the players that "the biggest spoilers" are not currently available in the game.
Now, in an interview with Famitsu (translated by Silicon), Nomura shared his feelings about the leak ̵
According to Nomura, the risk of such an incident is higher when World Class editions are included and as a result of King Hearts 3's expiration, he "can not help but rethink what I will do for my next games, including world versions of physical copies simultaneously. "
In more positive news, Nomura has also offered some tips for those who want to unlock the Kingdom Hearts 3 "biggest spoilers", the epilogue and the secret movie after they were published.
The epilogue video will arrive for download next week, January 30th, and can only be viewed after the players have completed the main game and have seen the end. The secret film is scheduled to be released on January 31, and can be unlocked by photographing Mickey's "good luck" in the game world.
According to Nomura, this time translated by Kotaku from the same Famitsu interview, the number of happy stamps needed to watch the secret film depends on the chosen difficulty. The harder it is, the smaller the number of brands. "To pride," he explained, "only a few are good, and even the Standard is not that strict, I think."
Kingdom Hearts 3 comes to Xbox One and PS4 next week, January 29, 13 years after the Kingdom Hearts 2 starts. Eurogamer has not yet reviewed the game and we are explaining why.