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Kingdom Hearts PC Ports Coming Soon to Steam!


Square Enix has announced it will be releasing a roster of Kingdom Hearts games via Steam.

Square Enix Announces Kingdom Hearts PC Ports Releasing on Steam

Kingdom Hearts Games Releasing on Steam on June 13, 2024

Square Enix announced that on June 13, 2024, several games from the Kingdom Hearts series will be released on the Steam platform. These Kingdom Hearts games include:

 ⚫︎ KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue
 ⚫︎ KINGDOM HEARTS INTEGRUM MASTERPIECE (bundle that includes all the above compilations)

Across these titles, you’ll experience the Dark Seeker Saga and play through Sora’s humble beginnings on the idyllic Destiny Islands, his fateful meeting with Donald Duck and Goofy, and ultimately the trio’s climactic battle against the forces of darkness. The games are also available to purchase now for PS4, Xbox One, PC via Epic Games Store and Nintendo Switch.

While the games currently don’t have a price or a Steam page, we expect they will be the same price as their Epic Games Store counterparts.

Kingdom Hearts Steam Announcement Trailer

In line with the announcement, Kingdom Hearts are treating fans to a sneak peek, premiering on YouTube on May 21 at 8:00 am PT / 11:00  ET, along with the release of the re-recorded version of the Kingdom Hearts theme song "Simple and Clean" by renowned singer Hikaru Utada.

Exclusive New Keyblade "Dead of Night "


According to Square Enix’s official website, those who purchase KINGDOM HEARTS III + Re Mind DLC or KINGDOM HEARTS INTEGRUM MASTERPIECE will receive a brand-new Steam-exclusive Keyblade for KH3 called "Dead of Night." The details and abilities of this new Keyblade have yet to be fully revealed.

We'll update this page as more information becomes available, so be sure to check again!

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