Kingdom Hearts E3 Stage
From announcements to your own console, are you ready for Kingdom Hearts 3? Pictured: Game producer Shinji Hashimoto introduces 'Kingdom Hearts 3' during the Square Enix press conference at the JW Marriott on June 16, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The Square Enix conference is held in conjunction with the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) which focuses on gaming systems and interactive entertainment, featuring introductions to new products and technologies. Getty Images/Christian Petersen

Today is "Kingdom Hearts 3’s" worldwide release, and copies are now available from known game retailers. Many players have waited years for this entry and are hyped about this addition to the series. Here’s why the "Kingdom Hearts 3" release will rock the whole video game industry this 2019.

So far, the new game fares pretty high on Metacritic, which shows an average score of 88 on PS4 and 87 on Xbox One for the game. Most reviews also showed a lot of love for the "Kingdom Hearts 3" content and noted how the game has a lot of heart. While positive reviews are sure to confirm a game’s good quality, players are still free to decide if "Kingdom Hearts 3" will be worth buying and trying out.

However, the reviews also pointed out one of the game’s glaring problems: the pacing of its story. In the whole industry, the "Kingdom Hearts" series is known for its meandering stories filled with complicated backstories and overlapping identities of specific main characters. Despite the problems with its story, many players love the whole "Kingdom Hearts" series beyond this.

As for its fight system, Square Enix has long featured most of the new attack modes that are uniquely obtained in every world that Sora visits. However, many players have confirmed some returning attack forms. As for what those features are, Square Enix is currently running a spoiler prevention watch which discourages spoiler-sharing and talking about details on many of the latter content of "Kingdom Hearts 3."

So far, Square Enix has confirmed that a true ending will be unlocked later after the worldwide release date of "Kingdom Hearts 3." There are no details about what this ending will be, but director Tetsuya Nomura mentioned that it can be unlocked on the Standard difficulty and a little more easier when playing in Proud mode.

The triggers needed to unlock the true ending were not revealed, but most players will be sure to try out and play "Kingdom Hearts 3" to their heart’s content once they have a copy. For now, players can save themselves from potential spoilers as soon as they get started on "Kingdom Hearts 3."