Kingdom Hearts 3 event US, UK start time at Japan D23

We have spoke about the need for a Japan D23 Expo 2015 live stream for Kingdom Hearts 3 news this week, but now we have a heads-up on what time the Kingdom Hearts 3 event starts in US and UK time zones.

To recap, Square-Enix will be showing new information on Kingdom Hearts 3 at the event which many fans believe could involve the reveal of a release date at last.

With this in mind, it is a must-see event and many of you will be wondering how to tune in from the US given that it is happening in the afternoon in Japan local time.

For those that still don’t know, the Kingdom Hearts 3 event at Japan D23 is being called the “Kingdom Hearts Premium Theater” event.


It starts at 1pm Japan time, which means an 8PM Pacific start time or 11pm Eastern Time for those on that zone on Wednesday November 3rd. To watch the Kingdom Hearts 3 event this week in the UK, you are going to need to stay up late as it won’t start until 4am UK timeearly morning on November 4.

You may not also be aware that the Kingdom Hearts 3 event is being shown twice – first at 1pm-2.30pm local time and then again at 4pm to 5.30pm.

We understand that both events are identical to each other and Square-Enix are doing this in order to satisfy more viewers who have paid tickets to attend the event over in Japan.

Kingdom Hearts 3 news on a trailer, possible release date and new world information will start dropping after the times listed above though, so it’s time to prepare yourselves for that.

We will be providing the news as soon as it is announced, so stay tuned for the juicy information as it happens live – At least now you know what time D23 Japan starts in the US and UK.

What are your last minute expectations of the event – trailer, release date, both!? Enjoy these early event images above courtesy of Twitter user Iwmr.

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