CORAZONS OF THE KINGDOM 4 The director Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed that a popular game mechanics that was previously seen in Corazones of the kingdom 2 will now return. Square Enix started this week to the big thing when announcing that he will work in kh4 was now in full swing. And although there are still many things that we do not know Corazones of the kingdom 4 The title’s debut trailer gave us a brief show of the gameplay, in particular, that you will see some returns.

In a new interview with Famitsunomura he explained that the combat system in Corazones of the kingdom 4 will revive the reaction commands. This is a system that was seen for the first time in Corazones of the Kingdom 2 but I do not finish returning Corazones of the kingdom 3. Nomura explained that he saw several fans who asked for the reaction commands to return later kh3 and as such, he decided to please those requests here in kh4. The details on how the combat mechanics will be implemented this time are not so clear, but the first trailer of the game shows an example when Sora faces an imposing monster that is attacking the city of Quadratum.

In a general sense, the return of the reaction commands is something that will probably excite a lot of Kingdom Hearts fans. For this day, Corazones of the Kingdom 2 is cited more frequently as one of the best tickets in the series, largely due in part to its excellent game. That nomura already says that Corazones of the kingdom 4 will clearly have much in common with your predecessor should make many people have many more hope for the final product. Unfortunately, it is likely to spend a lot of time until Corazones of the kingdom 4 even releases like Square Enix has already emphasized that it is still at an early stage of development.

How do you feel when listening to the reaction commands will reappear again? CORAZONS OF THE KINGDOM 4? Is this something that excites you much more with this game? Let me know for yourself in the comments or you can communicate with me on social networks in @ mooreman12.