Kingdom Hearts Cloud Collection Coming to Market in February, Pricing Revealed
Update: We currently have UK prices for Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece collections, as well as standalone Kingdom Hearts releases (thanks, Eurogamer).
The large pack containing all three will cost £80 in the UK, although this can be picked up for £64 if you pre-order it ahead of release. Kingdom Hearts – HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix will cost £33 (£26.39 if you pre-order), Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is £40 (£32 for pre-order) and Kingdom Hearts III will be £50 (£40 for pre-orders). US prices can be found in our original article below.
Original article (Tuesday, January 18, 2022 10:00 GMT): Square Enix has revealed that their upcoming cloud-based Kingdom Hearts game series will launch on Nintendo Switch on February 10, while rolling out a new trailer in the process.
Originally announced last year, the collection will see Kingdom Hearts – HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Prologue to the end of the chapter and Kingdom Hearts III launched on Nintendo’s system, technically containing ten games in total. Fans will also be able to choose a ‘Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece‘collection, which combines all of the above in a single package.
The price of each game, as well as the collection, has now been revealed (thanks, Gematsu):
– Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX Cloud Edition – $39.99 (launched at a discounted price of $31.99)
– Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Cloud Version – $49.99 (launches at $39.99 discount)
– Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind Cloud Edition – $49.99 (launched at $39.99 discount)
– Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece for the Cloud – $89.99 (launched at a discounted $71.99)
Remember, all these Kingdom Hearts releases are cloud version, which means you’ll need a solid internet connection to enjoy them. It’s also important to note that $90 for a collection of titles that will shut down someday can feel a bit steep – that decision will be up to you when they come out next month!
Free demos for each of the three individual titles above will also be playable on Switch starting today. You can see what games and additional content you’ll be able to enjoy through each release right here.
Are you thinking of trying out these cloud-based Kingdom Hearts games next month? Does the pricing upset you or are you willing to split your cash to enjoy the series on Switch? Let us know in the comments section.