Kingdom Hearts VR Experience Coming Soon

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Square Enix debuted a new Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer at Sony's PlayStation Tour Lineup earlier this morning, showcasing the world of Big Hero 6 in the upcoming Disney-flavoured RPG. Various characters from the franchise will also be available for players to meet. New content can be unlocked by playing through it, however it's unclear what that content will be at this time. You would moreover be taught the entire Kingdom Hearts three interview with Tetsuya Nomura here. Well, kind of. The VR Experience isn't really a Kingdom Hearts game in VR, but rather, a collection of experiences and movies that you take part in and interact with. You can wield a Keyblade, yes, but this isn't a full-on Kingdom Hearts VR game. Fans of Big Hero 6 should get a kick out of this one, for sure.

To be clear, this won't be a VR version of the latest game, Kingdom Hearts III, but rather a collection of playable scenes from games across the franchise, including the main three installments. However, speaking at D23 Expo 2017, game director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that the team will consider other hardware options, such as the Nintendo Switch, once the game is released.

As far as gameplay goes, Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience will allow you to interact with the world (to some degree). Good news is that it will be entirely free of charge, so any person with a VR headset who wants to check it out can do so.

"Fast forward to 2018 - we have some great news to share: Square Enix and Disney have announced Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience for PlayStation VR!" That just leaves the 2.8 Collection, which is also vital to the story.

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