Kingdom Hearts Collection Is Coming to Nintendo Switch
The 20th anniversary is for Kingdom Hearts is coming in the upcoming year, 2022. In anticipation of this, SQUARE ENIX® and Disney announced that cloud versions of the 10 Kingdom Hearts titles will make their long-awaited and highly anticipated debut on the Nintendo Switch as three standalone cloud releases. The streaming versions of Kingdom Hearts, an action RPG series, will be available to purchase individually and as the all-in-one Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece for Cloud collection.
The Kingdom Hearts franchise was first released in 2002 by SQUARE ENIX, and was led by legendary game director Tetsuya Nomura. The first game launched a longstanding collaboration between SQUARE ENIX and Disney. Since then, over 35 million copies have shipped worldwide. Nintendo Switch players, who have eagerly awaited the arrival of the series’ back catalogue on the platform, will finally be able to join Sora, Donald, Goofy, and many other Disney characters on adventures through the Dark Seeker Sage, spanning from the original Kingdom Hearts to the critically acclaimed Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind (DLC).
A full list of cloud version Kingdom Hearts titles coming to the Nintendo Switch can be found here.
Additionally, the entire story of the popular mobile title, Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross], is available for players to relive or experience for the first time in theater mode through the offline version of the app. The final chapter of the spinoff story, Kingdom Hearts Dark Road, will also be released this winter. The Kingdom Hearts Uχ Dark Road app has surpassed 10 million downloads. Players around the world will soon be able to see the long-awaited conclusion to the prequel story.
It was also announced that a Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event will be held, with further details to follow.