Kingdom Hearts 3, the long-awaited finale to Square Enix’s Final Fantasy and Disney crossover, has been massively spoiled on Twitter.

Despite the long-awaited Kingdom Hearts 3 not coming out until the end of January, Square Enix’s finale to their Disney and Final Fantasy crossover has been massively leaked on Twitter. None of the huge spoilers have been included in this news piece as we obviously don’t want to ruin the game for the millions of fans who have been waiting over a decade, but according to YouTuber TheGamersJoint nearly all of the game has prematurely been uploaded.

In December, it was revealed that a gang member who had affiliations with a distribution company was able to acquire 30 Xbox One copies of Kingdom Hearts 3 to sell online in the excess of $100. This individual merely uploaded videos of the intro and tutorial to prove that he legitimately owned the game, but since then more damaging leaks have surfaced.

The supposed leaks on Twitter include:

10-minute gameplay clips from each world

Full opening

Game menus

Gummi ship customisation

Gummi ship gameplay

Shop menus

Story spoilers

Whole world map

The sinful individual has frequently been reported and banned, and has thus had to constantly create new Twitter accounts to continue uploading videos in a race for publicity and views. One of their old Twitter accounts was @khisliferedux, and we will not reveal their new one due to not wanting to give you the gun to kill your fresh and new experience. 

It’s disheartening that a presumably Kingdom Hearts mega fan is intentionally attempting to spoil the entire game for the antsy community. Unlike the individual who simply uploaded the tutorial to sell his early copies for a quick buck, this Twitter user knows how important Kingdom Hearts 3 is to millions of people around the world, and still continues to try and damage everyone’s experience.

Kingdom Hearts 3 will officially be released on January 29, 2019. Square Enix has confirmed boss fights and summons in trailers, as well as apologised to the community for the excruciatingly long wait. Although the Pirates Of The Caribbean, Toy Story and Big Hero 6 levels all look amazing and legitimate rather than bootleg copies, some may be disappointed that the developers have also confirmed that there is no ‘surprise’ Disney worlds.