Kingdom Hearts III Remind

Kingdom Hearts III DLC “ReMind ” Gets Direct Feed Trailer; Reveals playable Roxas, Aqua, and Riku

Following the reveal of the trailer of the Kingdom Hearts III DLC titled “ReMind” during the Kingdom Hearts III orchestra concert in Lost Angeles, Square Enix released the direct feed trailer.

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The trailer, which you can see at the bottom of the post, shows really interesting details, like playable Roxas, Aqua, and Riku.

The DLC will be released this winter.

Kingdom Hearts III is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One and recently received an update including the much-awaited Critical Mode and more.

If you want to read more about the gameyou can read our review and learn why it’s so good.

If you’re ready to jump into the game yourself in order to get ready for the DLC, you take a look at our guide wiki which might help you get through some of the game’s tough points.

If you need a recap such a long time passed between the latest two mainline Kingdom Heart games, you can check out the videos released by Square Enix for exactly that purpose. They’re a good refresher.

Of course, if you haven’t played Kingdom Hearts III, you may want to refrain from watching the trailer, and try out the game before you do.


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