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After announcing earlier this year that the Android closed beta test for 'Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link' would be postponed, Square-Enix made an announcement today that the game's closed beta test will finally be scheduled next month from April 25th till May 2nd:

The lucky players who'll get to be chosen for this closed beta test will be notified sometime around April 19th!


It was announced earlier today that the Android closed beta test will be postponed a week to May 2nd to account for feedback from the previous closed beta, and that there will be a closed beta for iOS devices at the same time!

The 'Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link' closed beta for Android devices, which was originally scheduled for January 2024, has been postponed until this spring per the game's official X/Twitter account, attributing the delay to needing additional time to further refine the game:
We'll be sure to let you know as soon as a specific date for the Android closed beta is announced.
As a limited number of lucky fans are currently enjoying the closed beta test of 'Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link', some of them got a chance to sit down with the game's development team (consisting of series director Tetsuya Nomura, producer Ichiro Hazama, and character designer Miki Yamashita) at the Square-Enix ARTNIA cafe in Japan over the weekend for a very insightful Q&A. Some of the questions and answers have been documented by users like @rikunami13, @aibo_c7, and @aitaikimochi. KH13's @RyujiBlades graciously translated and compiled all the answers as well as additional information from the Q&A session, which you can view below:
As promised last week, we were given a major update on 'Kingdom Hearts: MIssing Link' today! The game has been confirmed for release in 2024, as revealed in a new trailer released on Twitter/X:

In addition to the new trailer, fans in the UK and Australia have a chance to sign up for a closed beta test until November 19th. To top it all off, Nomura left fans with a message, which can be read below (translation courtesy of KHInsider):
Earlier today, Kingdom Hearts series director, Tetsuya Nomura, shared a quick message on the official Twitter/X page of 'Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link', where he indicates we should expect some news next week, along with clarification that the prototype demo released earlier this year in Japan was actually 30% complete as opposed to 50% as originally reported: