Kingdom Hearts 3 ReMind DLC Release Date Trailer Revealed in Square-Enix leak
Kingdom Hearts 3 ReMind DLC Update
So it looks as though Square Enix may have accidentally announced when the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC will be releasing in a new trailer that has since been pulled offline.
The trailer indicates that the DLC will be available on PS4 on January 23, 2020, followed by Xbox One users on February 25, 2020.
Here's the official trailer description:
"Re Mind – the other tale that unfolded during the climax of Kingdom Hearts III. Determined to rescue Kairi, Sora travels to the Keyblade Graveyard a short time before the final battle was to take place. Lacking a corporeal form, he traces the hearts of the seven guardians of light. Through experiencing their personal battles firsthand, Sora is about to discover truths that he has never before imagined."
USGamer appears to have the trailer uploaded on YouTube still, so watch it whilst you can, just below.
First of all, there will be a Photo Mode, a Fast Pass Mode, a Slideshow mode, and a “Black Code” which will allow you to tweak the difficulty settings in a more meaningful way, including how much health you have.
We’ve known about this DLC since E3 2019, which makes not knowing more about it somewhat par for the course if a little annoying.
There will apparently be a proper trailer releasing in December, which could well be a part of The Game Awards or even the next PlayStation State of Play.
It’s likely that any DLC will include a few new Disney cameos, so hopefully, we get to see the likes of Moana included this time around.
Mostly so that we can get a Keyblade that is loosely based on Dwayne Johnson. Imagine, it just makes you hench and hungry for pancakes. What a life.
While there is still time for the DLC to hit the release window, apparently Nomura said that he couldn’t share the release date for the DLC because, and I quote (from the article) “people would get mad at him”.
This could well mean that the DLC isn’t actually coming this winter at all. Especially given Square Enix’s love of delaying things at the very last second.
That said, maybe the "people" who would get mad is actually Geoff Keighley, and it is coming at the Game Awards.
Either way, we should find out before the end of the year, so that’s something at least. What kinds of things will the DLC go over?
If there is any justice in the world it’ll continue the story laid out at the end of Kingdom Hearts 3… if there is any justice in the world.
Keen to know more? Why not have a read of our Kingdom Hearts 3 review from the start of the year.
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