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Kingdom Hearts 3: Is There a Difficulty Trophy & Achievement? Answered

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Kingdom Hearts 3: Is There a Difficulty Trophy & Achievement? Answered

Does Kingdom Hearts 3 Have Difficulty Trophies / Achievements?

Kingdom Hearts 3 is finally upon us, and those of us that have been patiently awaiting its release are probably wondering, was it worth the wait? And especially of note for hunters, whether or not there is a difficulty trophy and/or achievement.

Achievement and trophy hunters will have by now pored over the games list of unlockables, in order to optimize their playthroughs.

If you know you’re capable of beating a game on its hardest difficulty, and care about rapidly completing a game’s challenges, then most people would rather just avoid any extra playthroughs and go for the hardest one right from the get go.

In Kingdom Hearts 3, there are three difficulty settings available to you from the outset: Beginner, Standard, and Proud.

There are no achievements or trophies tied to difficulty settings, and you can play through Sora’s latest adventure on whatever difficulty suits you best.

Beginner is a mode where the enemies are weaker and it is recommended for those that just want to experience the story without too much push back.

Standard is the games default setting and is how the designers intended the game to be played, at least the first time through.

Proud mode boosts the game’s difficulty, making enemies much stronger. This mode is recommended for players who want more of a challenge, or for veterans of the series, who know the combat system inside-out.

Be sure to brush up on all of our Kingdom Hearts 3 guide coverage, with more going up all the time.

That does it for difficulty trophies and achievements in Kingdom Hearts 3. If you’re looking for more information, be sure to check out our wiki guide or search Twinfinite for more guides and features.


Question: Are there any difficulty trophies or achievements in Kingdom Hearts 3?

Answer: No there aren’t.

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