Kingdom Hearts VR Experience Officially Confirmed for Launch Tomorrow

After waiting for months and months, Kingdom Hearts fans will finally be able to sink their teeth into the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience tomorrow.

By Tanner Pierce

February 28, 2019

If you’ve been waiting for the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience to hit PSVR but you’ve been let down by the many delays, then I have some good news for you. Today, Square Enix and Sony Interactive Entertainment confirmed that the short PSVR experience will be making its way to the PlayStation Store tomorrow, February 28, 2019.

The news was confirmed by the North American version of the PlayStation on its official Twitter account. Despite the fact that it’s Kingdom Hearts related and tons of fans will eat that news up, it only got short tweet here for some reason. Across the pond, however, the announcement was a part of PlayStation Europe’s New on PlayStation Store series.

For those that don’t know, the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience allows players to go through what’s essentially a 10-minute cutscene, reliving some of their favorite memories from across the entire series. Of course, it’ll require a PSVR unit, PlayStation Camera, and PlayStation Move to play it…that being said, as previously announced, it’s going to be available for everyone completely free of charge.

The VR Experience has had a bit of a rocky time getting off the ground. Originally, the game was supposed to launch by the end of last year, but that didn’t end up happening. Then, it was supposed to launch on January 19, 2019, before getting delayed again. Hopefully, Square Enix and Disney get it out by this date too.

The latest game in the Kingdom Hearts series, Kingdom Hearts III, is available right now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Tanner Pierce is a Staff Writer at When he isn't writing, he is pursuing a major in Journalism at the University of Central Florida.

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