Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Demo Is Out Now

Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Demo Is Out Now

The demo for Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory was now released by Square Enix, alongside a short message from Tetsuya Nomura on Twitter.

Square Enix and Kingdom Hearts Director Tetsuya Nomura announced via Twitter the Melody of Memory demo is launching on October 15, and is actually now available. The demo can be found on the Microsoft Store for Xbox One, on the PlayStation Store for PS4, and on the Nintendo Eshop for Switch. Tetsuya Nomura technically said the demo would be out when clocks hit midnight in Japan, in around as hour as I’m publishing this, but it’s already available.

The Melody of Memory demo lets you play in single player but also in online co-op. It features 4 Field Battle Music Stages and 2 Co-op Music Stages for a total of 6 playable songs. You can’t save your data or transfer data to the full game.

A short gameplay video of the KH Melody of Memory demo, showing the title screen, was shared through the Nomura tweet too.

Tetsuya Nomura: “Sorry for the late night notice. Actually when we change dates at midnight, the demo of Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory will be launching subsequently on each Store. Whether you’re into music games, whether you’re a fan of the KH Series, or whether you’re unused to both, please try it out. We’re now less than a month away from the game’s release. Please look forward to it.”

You can read more on KHMoM with our translations of the latest interviews with the game’s staff published by Japanese outlets. Some new KH goods and figurines were recently revealed as well. Check them out here.

Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on November 13. The game will be out two days earlier in Japan, on November 11. You can preorder it on Amazon to support DualShockers.


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