The Switch cloud versions for the Kingdom Hearts series will be releasing next month. Demos are now available for players to test out their performance.
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Ahead of the series twentieth anniversary, Square Enix revealed that Kingdom Hearts is heading to Switch. The series collections and Kingdom Hearts III will be available on the console as cloud-based releases.
The Kingdom Hearts series is coming to PC very soon. The series collections, Kingdom Hearts III, and the Melody of Memory rhythm action game will all arrive on the Epic Games Store in less than two months.
RPGamers can now catch up on the rest of the Kingdom Hearts series on Xbox One. The series’ three HD bundles are now available digitally on the console.
There will soon be another way to buy Kingdom Hearts. The physical Kingdom Hearts All-in-One Package will be available to pick up from retail stores in March.
Square Enix revealed that the earlier titles in the Kingdom Hearts series will be coming to Xbox One next year. In addition, a demo version of Kingdom Hearts III is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
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In case fans in the US hadn’t already taken advantage of the multiple ways to purchase the previous Kingdom Hearts games, Square Enix is offering another one. A physical collection of all the remasters is releasing in the county at the end of October.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX offered an opportunity for one RPGamer reviewer to try out the series from the start. Those wanting to know how it went can read Severin’s Report.