Sora, Donald, Goofy, and friends are officially heading to Xbox One devices in Early 2020 and will be bringing their entire adventure with them in the upcoming release. Are you ready to unlock their magical adventure?
During Microsoft’s X019 event in London, Square Enix and Disney announced that the critically acclaimed and dearly beloved KINGDOM HEARTS series will finally be coming to both the Xbox One and Xbox One X in 2020.
The announcement revealed that KINGDOM HEARTS 1.5 + 2.5 Remix HD and Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD Final Chapter Prologue will be the official released allowing fans to enjoy the entirety of the series. Xbox Fans can enjoy fully remastered versions of every KINGDOM HEARTS title minus the HD cinematics for KINGDOM HEARTS 358/2 and Re:coded in order to prepare for their biggest adventure yet with KINGDOM HEARTS III.
In addition to today’s reveal, Square Enix revealed a KINGDOM HEARTS III playable demo is available and will allow fans to explore the magical worlds of Hercules and Toy Story to help prepare them for their upcoming adventures. In the demo, you’ll face off against the Rock Titan from Disney’s Hercules and join Buzz and Woody as you face off against the Heartless and explore Galaxy Toys.
Square Enix has also revealed those that do enjoy the demo will be able to carry on their save data until the end of the Hercules Section, which can be transferred later, and carry on in the retail version of KINGDOM HEARTS III which is available at a 67% discount for those that pre-order digitally today through the Microsoft Store.
Stay tuned as we’ll keep you up-to-date on when you can expect KINGDOM HEARTS 1.5 + 2.5 Remix HD and Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Prologue to launch on Xbox One devices in 2020.
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