Android Gaming recap: Kingdom Hearts and Rainbow Six are coming to mobile

April was a big month in the Android gaming world with new game announcements and release dates for long awaited titles. Square Enix and Ubisoft revealed that Kingdom Hearts and Rainbow Six would make their way to mobile in the future, and Pokémon Go developer Niantic unveiled a brand new augmented reality project featuring Peridot. And four years after the announcement, Blizzard finally announced a release date for Diablo Immortal – along with some surprises.

Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link brings its intricate story to Android

Kingdom Hearts Missing Link

(Image credit: Square Enix)

I hope you’re ready for more Kingdom Hearts, and I’m not talking about Kingdom Hearts 4. While the Internet was in awe of Sora’s new style of art and his lack of clown shoes (RIP 2002-2022), Square Enix also unveiled a new mobile entry in the long-term franchise. Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link will bring the series to Android and iOS with 3D graphics and combat in real time, but not much is known about the story other than that it is brand new.