Kingdom Hearts III DLC ‘Re Mind’ details additional scenario, Limit Cut Episode, bosses, and playable characters

Official information page opened.

Square Enix has opened the information page for Kingdom Hearts III downloadable content “Re Mind” on the game’s Japanese official website, which features details on the game’s additional scenario, Limit Cut Episode and bosses, and playable characters.

Get the details below.

■ Re Mind

Kingdom Hearts III

“Re Mind” depicts a another story that Sora has yet to experience. It is a reunion with the friends you encountered in the past that adds all sorts of new elements.

Additional Scenario: “Re Mind”

“Re Mind” is another story that occurs during the climax. Just before heading to the final battle at the Keyblade Graveyard, Sora follows the hearts of the Seven Guardians of Light and experiences each Guardian’s battle.

Kingdom Hearts III

Kingdom Hearts III

Limit Cut Episode & Boss Battles

High difficulty battles against the 13 members of the Real Organization XIII, will unfold. Put up your guard and attack at the best timing to succeed against these strong bosses.

Kingdom Hearts III

Kingdom Hearts III

Change Between Playable Characters

Change between playable characters including Riku, Aqua, Roxas, Kairi, and more. In some battles, you can activate cooperative skills with party members.

Kingdom Hearts III

Kingdom Hearts III

Other Elements

The page also has sections for “Greeting Mode,” “Slideshow Function,” “Premium Menu,” “Secret Episode & Boss,” and “English Mode” (for the Japanese version), but detailed information will not be added until a later date.

■ Version 1.07 Update (January 2020)

  • Adds new abilities.
  • Keyblades Oathkeeper and Oblivion + new formchanges added (in-game requirements in Kingdom Hearts III to acquire Keyblades).
  • Sharing features expanded.

Kingdom Hearts III downloadable content “Re Mind” is due out for PlayStation 4 on January 23, 2020 and Xbox One on February 25.

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