Kingdom Hearts III Getting Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro

Kingdom Hearts III Getting Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro

Square Enix also announced, for whatever reason, that they're re-releasing the remastered re-release of Kingdom Hearts 1.5, 2.5, and 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue all together in one package with Kingdom Hearts III.

This was to be Square Enix's first exhibition at E3 in three years, so needless to say, as the gatekeepers to many much-beloved franchises, people were hype to see what it was going to offer. The individual - our hero? - appears to be deaf; hence the "Quiet Man" name and the use of the tagline "silence rings loudest". However, Square Enix and Human Head have not confirmed the extent of the studio's involvement with this project. Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are joining up to make two groups of nerds incredibly happy.

Square Enix E3 2018 Showcase: What Was Missing? The publisher streamed the announcements directly to viewers in lieu of a stage show, which was a good call considering just how little new information there was to share relative to the press conferences of Microsoft, EA and Bethesda.

Kingdom Hearts III Getting Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro

However, it doesn't look too good for people living outside Japan, where Square Enix now has it listed as part of a lottery scheme it's now running.

Back in 2005, Square Enix released "Kingdom Hearts II" for the PlayStation 2.

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