Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Final Trailer Spoils KH3

Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Final Trailer Spoils KH3

Square Enix published a final trailer ahead of the release of Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory, coming November 13 on PS4, Switch, Xbox One.

Square Enix released a final trailer for Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory. It’s a different trailer than the one recently revealed by Nintendo, which also publicized the release date. This trailer includes some spoilers regarding Kingdom Hearts III, so don’t watch it if you haven’t cleared the game yet.

This new Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory trailer is overall a compilation of what Square Enix already revealed. We can visit multiple Worlds on a 2D plane Gummi ship world map. You can acquire the help of Disney characters. Besides Sora, we’ll also be able to play as other Kingdom Hearts protagonists including Riku, Roxas and his friends, Aqua and her friends. Melody of Memory will also feature offline coop and online versus battles. There’s also a Museum mode to check everything you’ve unlocked.

The final part of the trailer shows more of the Kairi story parts. We’ve got both the English dubbed and the Japanese dubbed version of the trailer below.

Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory Final Trailer (English, Japanese)


Kingdom Hearts Director Tetsuya Nomura wrote on Twitter:

Tetsuya Nomura: “Good evening. I’m pleased to reveal this final trailer. This game includes multiple songs from the past games, letting you enjoy going through your memories of the series. I think even newcomers can enjoy the game, as a summary of everything till now. Those who aren’t used to Rhythm Games shouldn’t worry as we also have an easier one-button mode.”

Tetsuya Nomura already teased more Kingdom Hearts projects to come when KHMoM was first announced. The series seems to be far from over yet, especially with Disney behind. I mean, a pandemic isn’t enough to close down for Disney. Surely Kingdom Hearts too can keep going forever.

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


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