Kingdom Hearts III Will Feature Over 80 Hours Of Content

Kingdom Hearts III Will Feature Over 80 Hours Of Content

Kingdom Hearts III has been one of the most sought-after games for the past 12 years.  Fans of the series have been clamoring for a follow-up to KH3, and have received entries in the series such as Birth by Sleep and 358/2 Days since that game released, but the third game has just always felt a ways off.  Thankfully we won’t have to wait much longer, and in the meantime we have received some new information regarding what to expect from the title. was able to get a demo of a couple segments in KH3 including content from worlds from Hercules, Toy Story, Frozen, Pirates of The Caribbean, and Tangled.  One of the biggest revelations that came about is the estimation that the main game story takes about 40-50 hours to complete while the more completionist types can expect more than 80 hours of content to work through.

Kingdom Hearts III Will Feature Over 80 Hours Of Content

For context, my recent playthroughs of the first Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II took 45 hours and 43 hours respectively. And that was with me doing a good amount of the Olympus Coliseum Cups, optional boss fights, and trying to build the Ultima Weapon.  If Tetsuya Nomura and the rest of Square Enix can deliver a game that is almost double the length of the first two and way longer than the most recent portable entries – while retaining the quality we expect from these games – that would be absolutely fantastic.  It’s been a long wait for fans, but with every new detail revealed it’s starting to look like Kingdom Hearts III will be worth every minute of patience.

We’ll be able to see Sora, Donald, and Goofy plus a cavalcade of new and familiar faces from the worlds of Disney and Final Fantasy when Kingdom Hearts III releases January 25th, 2019 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Are you excited for Kingdom Hearts III?  Be sure to follow us on Twitter for any time new info on KH3 is revealed, and check out these other stories from Don’t Feed The Gamers:


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