Nintendo fans have been waiting for this, as the Kingdom Hearts games are finally coming to the Switch next month, on February 10. This won’t be a slow drip-feed either, as the official Twitter has confirmed that Kingdom Hearts 1.5+2.5, 2.8, and 3 (with the Re:Mind DLC) all drop on that date.
Unfortunately, the major caveat is that these are Cloud Versions, meaning players need a strong internet connection to experience them, also negating the Switch's portability. Demos for the Kingdom Hearts Cloud Versions are available now, meaning interested Switch players can test their internet first before buying.
Kingdom Hearts Cloud Versions Launch on Nintendo Switch Next Month
These Kingdom Hearts Cloud Versions were announced at the same time Sora was revealed as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's final DLC character. However, the Cloud Versions have been subject to controversy, as many fans wanted native versions of these games running on the Switch, like Melody of Memory.
Adding to this announcement, Square Enix also revealed plans for a 20th anniversary event in Tokyo. Promising "a mini concert, a chat and Q&A with the development team, an exhibition and much more," that's taking place on April 10, 2022. It's unknown whether we'll see any new game reveals just yet, but you can find the full details below:
Right now, you can pre-order these games with a 20% discount, so if you wanted them all in the Integrum Masterpiece collection, that'll cost £63.99/$71.99. Otherwise, you're looking at £79.99/$89.99 RRP, with the individual collections available separately. That all goes live on February 10, 2022.