New Tetsuya Nomura Message Reveals Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link Development Progress

Following the conclusion of the Japan-only iPhone prototype test for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link, series director Tetsuya Nomura shared a new message discussing how the development progress for the title is currently going.

You can view this message’s translation below via our team’s Ryuji:

“Thank you for participating in the prototype test. [Regarding development progress], we have implemented 70% of all the features, 50% of the UI, and 0% of the main storyline.

Including the fact that we haven’t implemented the storyline, I would say development is, overall, about 50% complete.

Our staff will continue to work hard on developing Missing Link.

I hope that Android users like myself have the opportunity to try it out soon.”

– Nomura

*To clarify, the overall 50% stated here refers to the implementation rate, and does not necessarily reflect development completion.

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