New Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Screenshots Released
With the release of Kingdom Hearts 3 last year, the ongoing Xehanort saga of the franchise finally came to its long conclusion. As many wonder what the future of the series might hold, Square Enix has been consistently providing small updates on their plans for the future of Kingdom Hearts. The big confirmed next project has been mobile game Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road, but last week brought the surprising reveal of a new rhythm game, Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory. Now, Square Enix has provided some more Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory screenshots to provide a better look at the game.
Showing off a nice collection of screenshots, Square Enix has launched its official Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory website, with it also containing new information about the game. The rhythm title will have players control Sora and friends, as they traverse pathways where they attack enemies in rhythm with songs from the entire Kingdom Hearts saga. Over 140 songs and more than 20 characters from the games will be featured, with both single-player and online multiplayer modes available.
While most of the game’s worlds and character designs appear to be taken from Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2, it appears that the game will feature cutscenes that expand upon more of Kairi’s storyline from Kingdom Hearts 3, possibly including her fate after the game’s ending. Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory is set to be released sometime later this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. Hopefully, this keeps fans satisfied until the next core title in the franchise comes along, and provides some hints at what its future may hold. May it be our Sanctuary, our Sanctuary, where fears and lies melt away.
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