Kingdom Hearts III’s Face My Fears EP Now Available, Features Four Tracks
You can now listen to the Face my Fears EP that includes two Kingdom Hearts III tracks, as well as the English and Japanese versions of the opening theme song.
The Kingdom Hearts III opening song is now available in full as the Face My Fears EP lands online today. We’ve already heard the song when it was leaked on January 10 but now we can listen to the full song in English and Japanese.
The opening theme song has a run-time of 3 minutes 42 seconds and is a collaboration between singer-songwriter Hikaru Utada and Skrillex who is well known for his dubstep, and EDM music. I’ve attached the EP below as a Spotify embed, but it’s also available elsewhere, including iTunes and Apple Music.
The EP itself features four tracks. There are two versions of Face my Fears, one is the English one and the other is the Japanese version. Don’t Think Twice is another track which sits at 4 minutes 33 seconds and features in Kingdom Hearts III. Chikai is the last track in the EP and runs for 4 minutes 37 seconds. I’ve not seen any confirmation to suggest this track features in the game.
We’ve also seen the opening cinematic in a dramatic trailer that launched last year. Additionally, if you enjoyed the tracks from the EP you should be able to watch Hikaru Utada herself in VR performing two songs from Kingdom Hearts III.
The build-up to the launch of the title has been exciting for many fans, even Walt Disney World opened up a pop-up for the game last month, DualShockers’ Max Roberts popped his head in when it opened and let us know what it was like. We’ve also seen the most recent trailer which shows off every world that Sora, Goofy, and Donald will be venturing too.
While the EP is available now, Kingdom Hearts III isn’t too far away as it’s due to launch on Xbox One and PS4 on January 29.