Square Enix shares artwork & visuals to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Kingdom Hearts

    Kingdom Hearts celebrates its 20th anniversary and Square Enix shared some interesting new artwork and visuals! The official Kingdom Hearts Twitter account shared new artwork by Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura thanks fans for the celebration messages and says he just started working on the 20th anniversary sketch a day ago. He apologizes for the lacking of preparations and thanks everyone for their continued support:

    The official Final Fantasy VII: Remake series Twitter account shared a new visual depicting Cloud in Midgar, mimicking Sora’s pose from the original Kingdom Hearts cover art. The moon is shaped in the form of Kingdom Hearts:

    Disney Games chimes in on the fun as well. Disney Games’ official Japanese Twitter account shared artwork of Sora, Kairi, Riku, Donald and Goofy in their original Kingdom Hearts likenesses:

    Fans can look forward to news and updates at the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary event on April 10th. In the meantime, stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and updates!

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