Today, following a long silence, the social media account of the upcoming mobile game Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link gave some signs of life.
Square Enix posted an image with the "#KHML" hashtag, which you can see at the top of the post. The hashtag is, as you may very well see, simply an acronym of the game's title.
There was no comment to accompany the image, but the banner of the X (formerly Twitter) account of the game also was updated with the vista and logo combination that you can enjoy below.
This happens after a long silence in which the account posted nothing but retweets from different Kingdom Hearts accounts.
The account itself was not dedicated to Missing-Link before today. It is, actually, the same account previously used by Kingdom Hearts: Union X, which has been swapped over to Missing-Link just an hour or so before the moment of this writing.
This is a pretty obvious tease that news about the upcoming mobile game is likely coming soon, albeit we don't know exactly when or how.
If you're unfamiliar with Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link, it was announced in April 2022 alongside Kingdom Hearts 4, about which we also haven't seen anything new since.
A year and a half has passed since, but we're still pretty much in the dark about both games. Yet, it seems that there is light at the end of this dark tunnel for Kingdom Hearts fans.
Missing-Link was originally slated for 2023, and it may very well still make it in time by the end of the year, or miss the target just barely.
We'll have to wait and see what happens and we'll keep you posted.