After a couple of months on the market, Kingdom Hearts III is finally getting some DLC, Square Enix revealed ahead of its E3 2019 presentation. Titled Re:Mind, the Kingdom Hearts III DLC also got a release window: fans can expect to play the expansion sometime this winter.
The trailer reveal showcases new playable characters in the form of Aqua, Roxas, and Riku. Sora also gets a new keyblade transformation thanks to the Oathkeeper. Further, the DLC’s story seems to focus on a squabble within Organization XIII, as Luxord and Xigbar question who the other truly is. It all seems like typical Kingdom Hearts fanfare, and it all looks glorious. Check out the trailer below.
In our Kingdom Hearts III review, editor Tamoor Hussain recalled his deep and complicated feelings with the franchise as a whole, saying, “In 2002, as Sora, I left Destiny Islands to travel across the universe and make new friends. In 2019 I brought old ones home, and I had so much fun doing it.”
Though the E3 2019 presentations have come to a close, news is still trickling out of the show floor. Check out the six biggest announcements from the company’s presser, every trailer the company debuted on stage, and everything else the company showed off. And, as always, head back to our E3 hub for all the latest headlines as they roll in.
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Original Post by GameSpot