Kingdom Hearts 3 Opening Theme to be Penned by Skrillex and Hiraku Utada

Kingdom Hearts 3 Opening Theme to be Penned by Skrillex and Hiraku Utada

Hopefully it doesn't end up being Donald Duckstep.

Today, Square Enix announced that none other than Skrillex and Hikaru Utada will be joining forces for a Kingdom Hearts 3 track. Titled 'Face my Fears', the song will open Square's JRPG next year.

According to the announcement by Square Enix today on September 28, Skrillex actually intended to remix the previously announced Utada track 'Don't Think Twice'. But, for whatever reason, the pair will instead collaborate to write and produce an entirely original track to open Kingdom Hearts 3.

While Kingdom Hearts 3 will be releasing on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on January 29, 2019, both Face my Fears and Don't Think Twice will be releasing slightly earlier, on January 18.

For a complete roundup of all the worlds, characters, and gameplay we've seen so far for Square Enix's upcoming JPRG, head over to our Kingdom Hearts 3 guide.

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