Kingdom Hearts Cloud Releases Get Release Date And Pricing



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The Kingdom Hearts cloud releases for Switch will be out in three weeks, and now we have pricing as well.

The trio of streaming packages – containing remastered versions of Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2, a remake of Dream Drop Distance from the 3DS, and Kingdom Hearts 3 – will be fully live on February 10. The 1+2 combo will be US$39.99/C$53.49, while “2.8” and 3 (including its DLC) will each be $49.99/$66.49. A combined package – the “KINGDOM HEARTS INTEGRUM MASTERPIECE for Cloud” will be US$89.99 / C$119.99.

As is standard for cloud releases, a connection test / demo is available.

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