We break down what Re:Mind includes and how much it costs, plus what free updates Kingdom Hearts 3 is getting soon.

Square Enix Details Kingdom Hearts 3 Re:Mind Price, Contents, Versions

We break down what Re:Mind includes and how much it costs, plus what free updates Kingdom Hearts 3 is getting soon.

Square Enix treated us to a trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3‘s upcoming DLC Re:Mind yesterday and followed that with some additional details covering Re:Mind’s price and what it consists of.

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First off, there’s one thing Square Enix didn’t say during today’s State of Play and it probably left many wondering whether Kingdom Hearts 3 Re:Mind coming to Xbox One.

The answer is yes, Re:Mind is coming to Xbox One. However, it’s a bit later on Microsoft’s platform, releasing February 25, 2020.

Kingdom Hearts 3: Re:Mind follows what happens to Sora as he visits the Keyblade Graveyard.The trouble is, he doesn’t have a body during this time and can’t leave. So, instead, he travels the connections binding the hearts of light together and uncovers the stories behind each heart he travels to — hence playable Kairi and seeing more of Aqua.

Re:Mind will cost $29.99, and here’s what it includes:

  • The additional story: Re Mind
  • Limitcut episode and 13 boss battles
  • Secret episode and boss battle
  • Data greeting feature
  • Slideshow feature
  • Premium menu (Diverse difficulty settings and gameplay challenges)

There’s also the Concert Version. This one costs $39.99 and contains everything you see above, along with the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra – World of Tres – concert video, which includes 19 tracks.

Both versions can be pre-ordered here.

Finally, the base Kingdom Hearts 3 game is getting a free update around the same time, introducing

  • A main story update
  • Newly added abilities
  • Keyblades Oathkeeper and Oblivion + new formchanges added (In-game requirements in Kingdom Hearts III to acquire Keyblades)
  • Expanded Sharing Features

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC news as Square Enix dreams it up.

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