Kingdom Hearts III: Re Mind DLC Hits PS4

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oprainfall | Kingdom Hearts III - Re Mind DLC

 

Square Enix is excited to announce that the Kingdom Hearts III: Re Mind DLC has launched on the PlayStation 4. Meanwhile, Xbox players will have to wait until February 25th to get their hands on it, according to the press release. The DLC will set you back $29.99. There is also the Kingdom Hearts III: Re Mind DLC + Concert Video Package option, which also includes footage from the Kingdom Hearts – World of Tres – Orchestra concert that was recorded on November 30th in Osaka, Japan. This package costs a little more at $39.99. Here is the Kingdom Hearts III: Re Mind DLC trailer:

 

The Kingdom Hearts III: Re Mind DLC adds a new playable episode where Sora will experience battles from the perspective of his friends. As players challenge formidable foes and bosses, they will also uncover the truth. The Limitcut episode features thirteen boss battles, and there is one in the Secret Episode. Players can also try the slideshow features, the new Data Greeting mode, and the new “Premium Menu” mode, which features “diverse difficulty settings and gameplay challenges.” You can find out more at the official Kingdom Hearts Website.

It has also been teased that some Kingdom Hearts content will be coming to players of mobile devices. Said content includes a new original story following the Young Xehanort. This content is now in development. You can follow it on the Project Xehanort Twitter account.

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