It’ll just be a few weeks until "Kingdom Hearts 3" is released at the end of January. Many fans have long awaited this game and its loaded crossover content of Disney worlds mixed with the fantasy RPG worldbuilding of Square Enix.

So far, many fans are hyped about the "Big Hero 6" universe, which will feature San Fransokyo. As seen in the movie, the city on San Francisco and Tokyo will be showcased along with Hiro, Baymax and the Big Hero 6 team. Aside from the superheroes in this world, players can also enjoy the futuristic setting of this city, along with its themed Heartless enemies and various challenges.

Another world that fans are looking forward to is the "Toy Story" world. This world takes place in Andy’s house long before the latest "Toy Story 3" movie as Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the other toys still mention that they’re owned by Andy. In this world, Woody and Buzz Lightyear can be used as backup allies as you fight off the Heartless in their dimension.

Moreover, the Kingdoms of Arendelle and Corona are also confirmed as playable worlds in "Kingdom Hearts 3." Arendelle is known to be the kingdom where "Frozen's" Anna and Elsa have grown up. It’s significantly covered in icy and snowy terrain, which could heavily be part of the obtainable weapons and powers from the area. Meanwhile, Corona is the setting of Rapunzel’s adventures in the outside world as she escapes the tower she was trapped in. In the movie, Rapunzel herself would fight off bad guys if she and Flynn Rider would be in trouble. Speaking of the leading men in these stories, Sora would normally be in the shoes of both Kristoff and Flynn Rider as seen on the promotional trailers of these worlds.

Disney Princesses are heavily important to the "Kingdom Hearts" story, which means that the visit to these worlds can be crucial to the whole story of the game. Moreover, we've yet to see if Vanellope von Schweetz in the "Wreck-It-Ralph" world will also be an important "Kingdom Hearts" character as she was just recently confirmed as a Disney princess in the movie's sequel.

Lastly, the Realm of Darkness is an area unique to the "Kingdom Hearts" universe and is not a Disney-related world. The prologue game, "Kingdom Hearts 0.2", featured Aqua’s story while in this dark world. As seen on "Kingdom Hearts 3" trailers, Aqua’s character seems to be more negative than in the previous games. Loyal fans know how convoluted and long-winding the "Kingdom Hearts 3" stories can be so we’ll have to wait and see if this “Dark Aqua” is the same one we know. Square Enix’s "Kingdom Hearts 3" is available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and is confirmed for release this coming Jan. 25 in Japan and Jan. 29 for its international English release.