How to unlock the Classic Tone Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts 3
Kingdom Hearts 3 brought a whole lot to the table in terms of unlockables, weapons, and mini-games, alongside layers upon layers of combat options to smash Heartless and Nobodies alike into smithereens. A few Keyblades were hidden among the many you gain from completing different worlds, such as the Grand Chef Keyblade, here’s how to get the Classic Tone Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts 3.
Quite simply, to get the Classic Tone Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts you, you need to complete all the Classic Kingdom Minigames spread throughout the game, hidden in chests in different worlds and available on Twilight Town boards.
You don’t need to score a certain amount on any of these games to get the Classic Tone Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts 3, you just need to have played each at least once and set your own high score across all 23.
Where to Find All Classic Kingdom Games in Kingdom Hearts 3
- Giantland – Gained when you first get the gummiphone.
- Mickey the Mail Pilot – Gained from the Twilight Town Bulletin board.
- Building a Building – Gained from the Twilight Town Bulletin board.
- The Musical Farmer – Gained from the Twilight Town Bulletin board.
- The Mad Doctor – Gained from the Twilight Town Bulletin board.
- Mickey Cuts Up – In a large chest in the Toy Box world, at the top of the green rail in Galaxy Toys.
- Taxi Troubles – Again in Toy Box, near the save point near the dolls section.
- The Barnyard Battle -In Toy Box in the Kid Korral, by the ball pit is a tube that leads up to the top of the colored climbing blocks, as you go up take a right through the blue tube to find the chest.
- The Wayward Canary – In the Kingdom of Corona, at the spot where you bring birds to Rapunzel. If you missed it there’s a save point to take you to the Wildflower Clearing.
- Camping Out – In a cave in Kingdom of Corona not far from the tower, where Rapunzel originally sulks in a cutscene.
- The Karnival Kid – Again in the Kingdom of Corona, in the Thoroughfare, near the entrance and the Moogle Shop. Use the barrel to perform and move villagers out of the way to open the chest.
- How To Play Golf – Monstropolis, in the area where you first encounter Randal’s machines you can see a chest. Go up and a corridor will allow you to go down and claim the game.
- Mickey’s Circus – Monstropolis, when you leap down from outside the factory into the Power Plant Tank Yard there’s a big red chest, break it with a dive attack to get to the chest.
- Barnyard Sports – In Frozen’s Arendelle, in the ice maze’s lower level near a Moogle Shop and save point, in the room you rotate and open doors through flowmotion. One of the openings leads you to the chest with the game.
- The Klondike Kid – From the warp point that lets you reenter the ice maze, go down the slope and you’ll soon find a giant mound of ice, break it with a dive attack to get the game.
- Mickey’s Kitten Catch – Near a large rock in Arendelle in the North Mountain Snowfield.
- Fishin’ Frenzy – In The Caribbean, in the Undersea Cavern with all the jellyfish, check for dead ends as at the end of one winding path is the chest you need.
- Cast Out to Sea – The Caribbean’s High Seas, sail the Leviathan to Isla Verdamontana, explore the island and find the jump-off point to land a dive attack on the big crate marked with a cross, there you’ll find your treasure.
- Beach Party – On Confinement Island in the Caribbean, it looks like a large, plain rock but has an entrance where you’ll find the chest.
- Mickey’s Prison Escape – In the Caribbean’s Port-Royal, there’s a prison with cells near the port area, a chest is in one of the cells containing the game.
- How To Play Baseball – In San Fransokyo, atop a large building where there’s a couple of geisha statue heads, underneath what looks like the red and white Tokyo Tower.
- Mickey’s Mechanical Man – San Fransokyo, this one’s tricky and it’s easier to come at night to use the big building with the blue lights where you do the Flash Tracer course as a landmark. It’s on an unassuming smaller building on a circular red pad.
- Mickey Steps Out – The final game to get the Classic Tone Keyblade is in San Fransokyo and is also tricky to pinpoint. In the south district, the same Light Tracer building, there’s an advertising pillar you need to destroy with a dive attack to gain the game, leaping from either the highway or a building.
Classic Tone Formchanges and stats
With an initial Strength of six and Magic at nine, Classic Tone grows into one of the most powerful magic focused Keyblades in the whole of Kingdom Hearts 3, fully maxed with 11 Strength and 14 Magic.
Its formchanges replicate the Favorite Deputy Keyblade from Toy Story’s Toy Box, giving Sora access to a toonish Boom Hammer and Clock Drill.
That should be everything you need to know on how to get the Classic Tone Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts 3, for more tips and guides check out our Kingdom Hearts 3 wiki.