Kingdom Hearts
Ben Borthwick by on Jan 18, 2022

Kingdom Hearts Cloud Version collections arrive on Nintendo Switch February 10

Square Enix has announced the four Kingdom Hearts games coming to Nintendo Switch in a Cloud Version will arrive next month.

The company announced back in October that it would be bringing four HD collections of the RPG series to Nintendo’s portable console. The games include Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, Kingdom Hearts 2HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind (DLC) and all four collections in an all-in-one mega-collection. All four games run from the cloud as the name implies, meaning players will need an internet connection to access them.

As an added incentive, Square Enix has promised everyone who buys either Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind (DLC) or through the collection an Advent Red Keyblade. There’s also demos for each of the three main packages on the Nintendo eShop, should you want to test your connection is stable enough before committing to a purchase.

The collection marks the 20th anniversary of the Square/Disney crossover RPG series. The first game launched all the way back in 2002 on the PlayStation 2. While the plot may be a little convulted, it’s much beloved by many, many fans. In fact, according to the presser, the series has sold an impressive 35 million copies worldwide to date. You can check out our review of the most recent third game from 2019 over here.

You can check out a trailer for the Kingdom Hearts series’ arrival on Nintendo Switch below. The games arrive in their Cloud Versions on the system from February 10, 2022.



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on PlayStation 4, Xbox One

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Release Date:

01 January 2018