Kingdom Hearts III Riku and Kingdom Hearts II Sora Figures Announced by Square Enix

Square Enix is mixing new and old with its Bring Arts figures featuring Riku's brand new Kingdom Hearts III outfit and Sora from Kingdom Hearts II.

February 12, 2018

Square Enix recently unveiled the new look of Riku in Kingdom Hearts III, and he is already getting a new action figure.

Today the publisher revealed on Twitter a new figure for the popular silver-haired hero, from its Bring Arts line of articulated figures.

And that’s not all. If you prefer something a bit more nostalgic, we’re also getting two figures for Sora, but from Kingdom Hearts II, and more precisely his Halloween Town and Christmas Town forms.

This is certainly not the first time we get a Bring Arts announcement following a big reveal for the game. When Square Enix showcased the new Toy Story world, they also revealed a related line of figures.

You can check them out in the gallery below. If you want to see more, you can watch the new Japanese trailer and the reveal of the new song by Hikaru Utada “Oath,” or the English version and song “Don’t Think Twice,” on top of some awesome screenshots. You can also read some additional information, and enjoy our semi-recent interview with Game Director Tetsuya Nomura himself, talking about Development, Keyblade Mechanics and Much More.

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Kingdom Hearts III will launch for PS4 and Xbox One in 2018.

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