“When we first came up with the idea for Kingdom Hearts III, it was always 1.5, then 2.5 and we were always thinking about those three titles at the same time,” Yasue said.
“I think [putting the games on PS4] is something we’ll explore. We understand what our players want, so we will explore the possibility. I’m not making any announcements though, we can’t make any announcements yet!”
Kingdom Hearts III is coming to Xbox One, as well as PlayStation 4, and if you’ve only owned Xbox platforms, it’s likely you haven’t played the series’ number of previous installments. But Yasui was hesitant when asked about the possibility of 1.5 and 2.5 coming to Xbox One, citing resources as the main issue.
“It’s a big old question,” Yasue said. “There’s a lot of things we need to think of when we consider consoles. One of them is what our players want, so we will definitely consider that. But there’s also schedule constraints, as we really don’t want the development of Kingdom Hearts III going later, so we have that to think about. We’ll consider all these things and come to a decision.”
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix is available today for PlayStation 3 in North America and this Friday in Europe.