Yeah okay, these days the games that are known for having the best crossovers might be Fortnite, Fall Guys, and maybe even Dead by Daylight but the original, and to some best, might be the Kingdom Hearts series. The games allowed a whole host of Disney characters to come together in a new way and although the plot and number of games is a confusing concept, it's still adored by many. And now the games are finally making it to PC.
According to GameSpot, the Epic Games Store will start selling the series from March 30, 2021. The games listed will be Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC, and Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. When we said the series on paper is confusing, we're not kidding.
That means the entire main series of the games will be available on the PC for the first time, exclusive to the Epic Games Store. The KH 1.5 and 2.5 are the remastered version of Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 - while 2.8 is another complication of other titles. Kingdom Hearts 3 is, well Kingdom Hearts 3 and newest addition Melody of Memory is a rhythm game that allows you to play through all the soundtracks you might know and love from the series.
Honestly, I wish it stopped there, and that was legitimately all the lore you can get from the Kingdom Hearts series in a neat little package but you can't forget Kingdom Hearts Union X which is just on mobile still. So although it's most of the games on PC, it's actually not quite all of them.
In terms of pricing, Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix will cost £39.99 ($50) while all of the other games will cost £49.99 ($60) when they're released in March.
Featured Image Credit: Square Enix
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