The Xbox One is going to be getting so much Square Enix love in 2020. It turns out the past major Kingdom Hearts releases will finally be coming to the console. This comes after Kingdom Hearts III was the first entry in the series to make its debut on the system in 2019.
The Kingdom Hearts Xbox One releases will be the major compilations. Kingdom Hearts 1.5+2.5 Remix and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. Between the two of them, people will have access to every major experience in the series. The major collection has Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Final Mix. The other game gives people Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance HD and the brief Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage adventure following Aqua after the events of her game.
But, to help pave the way for all of these Kingdom Hearts Xbox One adventures, Square Enix is trying to make the more recent game more appealing. A new Kingdom Hearts III demo has been released. It covers the early game, looking at Sora’s adventurers at Mount Olympus. However, it isn’t just an Xbox One-exclusive. PlayStation 4 owners can also grab this new demo. Those who play it can even carry-over their save data.
Kingdom Hearts III showed up on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox in January 2019, after officially being announced in 2013. It followed Sora’s final fights against Xehanort and Organization XIII. However, its ending suggested even more entries in the series could be on the way.