Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link Finally Reveals New Scala ad Caelum Art After Almost a Year of Silence

Square Enix has finally unveiled news for the elusive mobile title Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link. Following the title’s Japan-only mobile test in January 2023, information on this title has been nonexistent.

New artwork is now available depicting what seems to be some type of coliseum in Scala ad Caelum, though it’s difficult to confidently assess the location. Additionally, another new image via the Twitter account’s header showcases the game’s logo atop Scala ad Caelum with gorgeous lighting.

It’s also worth noting that the Twitter account, which was formerly for other Kingdom Hearts content, has officially rebranded itself for Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link with a #KHML hashtag and new profile picture presenting a symbol from Scala ad Caelum.

With this recent development, it’s safe to assume we’ll finally receive new information for this title soon. We’ll keep you all updated.

Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link is set after the events of Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross] but before the events of Kingdom Hearts Dark Road. It was announced alongside Kingdom Hearts IV. The story is seemingly set to follow the original player character from the Chi titles on a mission after the tragedy of Daybreak Town to ultimately script the events of Dark Road.

For gameplay information, check out our coverage of the closed beta test.

You can view the new Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link images below:

Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link will launch for mobile devices via iOS and Android at an unknown time.

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