After a long waiting period, we now know when the Kingdom Hearts series of Square Enix will come to Nintendo Switch. Advertised last year, Square revealed that he was going to bring each delivery of the long series of action role-playing to Switch at some point Soon. And although the definition of Soon by Square Enix is clearly very different from others, the series will now officially land in Switch in less than a month.
Announced today through the official Twitter account of the franchise, it was confirmed that the Kingdom Hearts franchise will come to Nintendo Switch on February 10. The games that will be launched specifically here include Cora zones of the HD 1.5 + 2.5 kingdom, Cora zones of the Kingdom 2.8, and Cora zones of the kingdom 3 and his companion Recede DLC. Each title will be available to buy individually, but Square Enix is also giving away the complete collection in a single package that calls the Integral teacher. This full version of the series will cost $89.99, but it can now be reserved with a 20% discount.
The only important warning with the arrival of Kingdom Hearts to Nintendo Switch is that each entry of the series can not be played natively on the platform. Instead, Square Enix is launching the franchise in the form of cloud versions. Basically, this means that if you want to play these Kingdom Hearts titles for yourself, you will have to be connected to the Internet to be able to reproduce them on your own console. This is something that has bothered many Kingdom Hearts fans in the months since it was announced for the first time, but Square Enix has also declared that it has not completely discarded the idea of moving the franchise natively to Switch later.
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