To be a Kingdom Hearts fan is to know true patience.
Kingdom Hearts III's release in 2019 brought the original game trilogy to a close, wrapping things up in a seemingly tidy package. After fans waited years between Kingdom Hearts II (and an entire two console generations), Kingdom Hearts III was the hotly-anticipated link between games that acted as a way to revitalize interest in the games that had waned for some time during the lengthy period of time between sequels.
Of course, many fans believed Kingdom Hearts III marked the end of the series for good. In reality, it only marked the end of an arc that would come to be known as the "Dark Seeker Saga." As Kingdom Hearts III's ending and additional content revealed another boss encounter, new characters, and other secrets, fans realized there was far more to the story than they initially believed.
Fast forward to the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary event, and fans were treated to something beyond their wildest dreams: a brand new mainline Kingdom Hearts game. Square Enix did fans one better and even tossed a new trailer into the mix. It's short, but it's incredibly sweet.
If you're a Kingdom Hearts junkie, you've probably been watching and rewinding a million times over, looking for answers. We don't have all of them yet, but here's everything we know about Kingdom Hearts IV and the new "Lost Master Arc."
Oh, and check out Sora's striking new look.