A new Kingdom Hearts game is on the way, this time for mobile. Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link is set to debut on iOS and Android Devices, and will mark the first Kingdom Hearts title to emerge since Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory in 2020.
As revealed in the first teaser trailer, Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link will be a new GPS Action RPG in which players will travel around various Disney worlds, collecting character pieces imbued with powers, and using them to battle Heartless. It seems Missing Link will also see the return of Final Fantasy characters, after a noticeable absence in Kingdom Hearts 3, with Moogles being seen in the teaser trailer. If you want to be among the first to try out Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link, then you'll want to sign up to the game's Closed Beta Test. But there are a few things to know before you do.
How To Access Kingdom Hearts Missing Link Closed Beta Test
To sign-up to the Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link Closed Beta Test, players will need to head to the Kingdom Hearts website. Here, you'll need to fill out a Beta Test application. You'll then be taken to a form where you'll need to answer a few questions about your demographic, gaming habits and interests.
It's important to note that, for now, the Closed Beta Test is only available to those in the United Kingdom and Australia. Access is also limited to 3,000 testers. Sign-ups are live between now and November 19, 2023, across both iOS and Android devices. If you're successful, you'll receive an email at the address you used when registering on or around November 28, 2023. If you've not been successful, you will not receive an email notification.
Kingdom Hearts Missing Link Closed Beta Test Start Date, End Date
The Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link Closed Beta Test begins on November 29, 2023 for iOS users. It will end on December 8, 2023. For Android users, a separate email notification will arrive at a later date for the Android Closed Beta Test, currently planned for January 2024. Square Enix has advised fans to check the Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link official X (Twitter) account for more news on the Android Closed Beta.