In a press release on Wednesday, Square Enix announced that Kingdom Hearts All-In-One Package will be getting a physical release for PlayStation 4 in North America on March 17. The package can be purchased from physical retailers for half the price that you can get it for digitally on the PlayStation Store.
The package will include the following:
- Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX
- Kingdom Hearts Final MIX
- Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
- Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (HD Remastered cinematics)
- Kingdom Hearts II Final MIX
- Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final MIX
- Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (HD Remastered cinematics)
- Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue
- Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD
- Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep –A fragmentary passage–
- Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover (movie)
- Kingdom Hearts III
People in North America can now play hundreds of hours of Kingdom Hearts for $49.99, less than the price of a modern AAA release. GameStop has been going under lately, but this should help get people through the doors.
The All-In-One Package came out on the PlayStation store nearly a year ago, and its $99.99 price tag may have scared off a lot of casual PS4 players. However, this new price point will hopefully entice them to take a trip back in time and experience the confusion that those long ago did.
This price is especially astounding considering how recent the release of Kingdom Hearts III is. It came out last January and topped sales charts for months following the release. It sold five million copies in just two weeks, making it the fastest-selling Kingdom Hearts game ever. Now you can get that game plus others of equal proportion for $49.99.
If you’ve ever held back from the Kingdom Hearts series, now’s the time to pounce! The GameStop store page can be found here.
Brandon is a young writer who loves going deep into games to explore meaning, purpose, and life. He believes that there’s nothing better than getting lost in a world full of characters to love and lessons to learn. He has a special place in his heart for single player games such as Mass Effect and Life Is Strange, but he also blows off some steam playing some of his favorite multiplayer games, like Paladins.