The latest Kingdom Hearts mobile game – Missing-Link has received an early 2024 release window. The game was originally announced last year as part of the 20th Anniversary celebration for Kingdom Hearts alongside the first teaser for Kingdom Hearts IV. Square Enix says that Missing-Link will be released on both iOS and Android.
While fans were hoping for a more exact date, we at least have a beta which you can sign up for if you live in supported regions. The Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link closed beta sign-ups are now available for users in the United Kingdom and Australia.
The recruitment period for the game starts on 30 October and closes on 19 November. The beta includes both iOS and Android. However, the Android beta test will only take place sometime in January. Selected users will be notified via email by 28 November.
The iOS beta test will then kick off on 29 November and end on 8 December. Android users will then be notified at a later date for the January 2024 test.
Closed Beta Test Application Requirements
- Residents of the United Kingdom or Australia
- Ages 18 or older
- Users must accept and agree to the “Closed Beta Test Application Requirements”, “Closed Beta Test Precautions”, and the “Closed Beta Test Tester Agreement (Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link)” on the official website.
Users can apply for the beta here.
Square Enix says that users should stay tuned to the official Twitter account for updates on more beta tests and a possible release date in the future. You can find the account here.
Alongside the beta news, the studio also released a teaser trailer for the game. It showcases some gameplay and cutscenes. Watch it below.