Kingdom Hearts Sea Salt Trio Plushies Now Up for Pre-Order

Kingdom Hearts Sea Salt Trio Plushies Now Up for Pre-Order

Roxas, Axel, Xion, and Chip & Dale are the latest Kingdom Hearts characters to getting the official plushie treatment.

For my fellow Kingdom Hearts fans out there, Square Enix has just put up pre-orders for the next wave of official Kingdom Hearts plushies, and this time it spotlights the sea salt trio. Right now on the Square Enix store you can pre-order your very own plushes of Roxas, Axel, and Xion (who?). Each one is cute and adorable resembling a similar design of the Sora and Kairi plushes that went up for sale earlier this year.

Square has been killing it with merch for the franchise recently as there are both Donald and Goofy plushies releasing at the end of the year as well, but that’s not all. Alongside the Sea Salt Trio are plushies for Chip & Dale in their Gummi Ship engineering gear. The two chipmunks are paired together for $59.99, but right now it is on a discount for $53.99.

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For those looking to snag the Sea Salt Trio unfortunately they do not come in a bundle, but all of them are available for pre-order separately currently at a discount for $39.59. Both the trio along with Chip & Dale will be releasing in February next year, but now is the perfect time to pre-order with that 10% discount and you will not get charged until they are prepared to be shipped giving you plenty of time to save up the money for them. To see everything that Square has to offer with Kingdom Hearts merchandise you can check out their store.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is the next entry in the series and we’re less than two months away. Be sure to check back in with more coverage on the game as well as our review before the game launches on November 13 for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You can pre-order the game for PlayStation and Switch on Amazon.

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