Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind DLC Receives New Details
One of the most popular and most anticipated games of this past year was Kingdom Hearts III, which seemed to deliver on the expectations of fans who had waited for this game for over a decade. Kingdom Hearts III was slightly shorter than previous core entries in the series, but thankfully, fans who felt somewhat short-cut can find hope in the announcement of the Re:Mind DLC, confirmed to arrive later this year. Square Enix has now provided some new details about the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III content, including when the next trailer for it will drop.
As reported by DualShockers, the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World of Tres tour recently performed in Japan and during the event, new details about the new Kingdom Hearts III DLC were announced. The big news was the confirmation of a trailer for the DLC would be coming in December, with the belief that the new content might release shortly thereafter. With that in mind, it’s very possible this trailer could debut at The Game Awards event this month.
Also confirmed was a new update that introduces a new photo mode called Data Creating, which will allow objects and effects to be added to photos, such as new photo frames and a slideshow feature. A new premium menu will also also be on the way, letting the player adjust various aspects of gameplay difficulty, such as automatically lowering enemy HP or locking Sora’s ability to use items or healing magic. This DLC seems like it will add a significant amount of content to encourage players to return to Kingdom Hearts III and that’s enough to make me feel Simple and Clean tonight.
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