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Kingdom Hearts III

    Original release date: 01/25/2019

Kingdom Hearts III is a sequel to Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, releasing on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Japan (January 25, 2019) and in North America, Europe and Australia (January 29, 2019). 

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    • By WakelessDream
      Square Enix has revealed that both the digital and physical versions of the Kingdom Hearts III Original Soundtrack will release worldwide on November 11th, 2020. The physical version will be available for ¥13,200 (approximately $134 USD).  
      The soundtrack is set to include 8 discs containing over 160 pieces across the following games
      Kingdom Hearts III
      Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC
      Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue 
      Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ and Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross]
      While the tracklist will be revealed at a later time you can currently pre-order the soundtrack from the Square Enix e-STORE, Tower Records, Sony Music Shop, Yodobashi.com, Rakuten Books, Amazon Japan, and HMV&BOOKSonline.
      Additionally in mid September a campaign will be held where fans can enter a lottery to receive an autographed colored paper signed by series composers Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto, and Tsuyoshi Sekito. 
      The Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack was previously announced back in June during the Kingdom Hearts 2020 trailer. 
      Will you be purchasing the Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack? Let us know in the comments below! 

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    • By WakelessDream
      Square Enix has revealed that both the digital and physical versions of the Kingdom Hearts III Original Soundtrack will release worldwide on November 11th, 2020. The physical version will be available for ¥13,200 (approximately $134 USD).  
      The soundtrack is set to include 8 discs containing over 160 pieces across the following games
      Kingdom Hearts III
      Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC
      Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue 
      Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ and Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross]
      While the tracklist will be revealed at a later time you can currently pre-order the soundtrack from the Square Enix e-STORE, Tower Records, Sony Music Shop, Yodobashi.com, Rakuten Books, Amazon Japan, and HMV&BOOKSonline.
      Additionally in mid September a campaign will be held where fans can enter a lottery to receive an autographed colored paper signed by series composers Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto, and Tsuyoshi Sekito. 
      The Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack was previously announced back in June during the Kingdom Hearts 2020 trailer. 
      Will you be purchasing the Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack? Let us know in the comments below! 
    • By DChiuch
      The Los Angeles Times have published an interview with the director of the Kingdom Hearts series, Tetsuya Nomura. Here, Nomura discusses Kingdom Hearts III, revealing new details such as the philosophy of Kingdom Hearts III's development, a confirmation that the series will continue after Kingdom Hearts III, and a mention of the gameplay having a strong relation to that of Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]. Thanks to the Los Angeles Times, we have created a full transcript of the interview for you below.
       

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    • By DChiuch
      The Los Angeles Times have published an interview with the director of the Kingdom Hearts series, Tetsuya Nomura. Here, Nomura discusses Kingdom Hearts III, revealing new details such as the philosophy of Kingdom Hearts III's development, a confirmation that the series will continue after Kingdom Hearts III, and a mention of the gameplay having a strong relation to that of Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]. Thanks to the Los Angeles Times, we have created a full transcript of the interview for you below.
       
    • By WakelessDream
      The Japanese  Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts Dark Road Twitter accounts have released six new digital wallpaper backgrounds for use in web conferences and video calls. You can view the collection of wallpapers in the gallery below. 
      Which background will you try on your next video call? Let us know in the comments below! 

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