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Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link Closed Beta Registration Now Open

An all new experience as a GPS based Action RPG for mobile, players can now register for the closed beta for Disney and Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link.

Approximately 3,000 participants from both the United Kingdom and Australia regions will be selected for the Closed Beta testing.

The recruitment period will run from today through November 19 for both iOS and Android testers. For those on iOS devices, testers will be notified via the e-mail address registered on the application on approximately November 28. The Closed Beta testing for iOS will then begin on November 29, ending on December 8.

Meanwhile, selected Android testers will be notified via the email address registered at a later date for the Android Closed Beta. Planned for January of 2024, updated will be shared on the official Twitter/X channel for the title.

Learn more with the teaser trailer below:

KINGDOM HEARTS Missing-Link Teaser Trailer

Note that those that wish to be a part of the Closed Beta must be 18 or over, a resident of the United Kingdom or Australia, and must also 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.

Source: Press Release
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