Upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX Will Get a Limited Edition
With Kingdom Hearts 3’s development cycle being seemingly a thousand years long at this point, series developer Square Enix have filled out the years since its announcement with a trio of impressive remaster collections. These packages chronicle the entire Kingdom Hearts story from the very beginning, across six games, and lead into the recent PlayStation 4 release of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8. Square Enix, having already announced a PS4 port of the previous two remaster collections, have now revealed a limited edition of the compilation that will consist of both Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and Kingdom Hearts 2.5 on a single disc.
As posted on the Square Enix online store, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX will contain all six playable Kingdom Hearts games and the three supplemental cinematics on a single PlayStation 4 disc. In addition to this standard version, the Limited Edition also includes a collectible Sora pin for no extra cost. For a price tag of $50, gamers can purchase the limited edition exclusively from the Square Enix website.
2017 is shaping up to be a big year for Kingdom Hearts so far. This upcoming compilation, the reveal of a Funko Pop! figure line, and the promise of more threequel news has been more action Sora and his crew have seen for years. The increased attention may have something to do with 2017 marking the franchise’s 15th anniversary. Honestly, it’d probably be more surprising if something wasn’t planned to celebrate the beloved game series.
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