Kingdom Hearts 3 Special Editions Revealed, Don't Look Terra-ble

Kingdom Hearts 3 Special Editions Revealed, Don't Look Terra-ble

Two brand new special editions for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3 have been revealed by Square Enix.

Square Enix has detailed a couple of new special editions of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3, set for release in January 2019. There are two new special editions for the game, one of which will cost you a pretty penny.

Kingdom Hearts 3 just recently got the release date of January 29, 2019. Finger's crossed that there are no more delays after this, and you can see the gameplay trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3 just below, which shows off Disney worlds like Tangled.

As for the special editions of the game, they come in two forms: the Kingdom Hearts 3 Deluxe Edition, and the Kingdom Hearts 3 Deluxe Edition + Bring Arts Figures. The former retails for $79.99, and contains steelbook, art book, the base Kingdom Hearts 3 game, and a collectible pin.

The more expensive Bring Arts Figures edition of Kingdom Hearts 3, which you can see just below, retails for the hefty $229.99. This contains everything that the Deluxe Edition has, plus three figures of Sora, Donald Duck, and Goofy.

As for everything else that Kingdom Hearts 3 is all set to feature when it finally launches near the beginning of 2019, head over to our complete Kingdom Hearts 3 everything we know guide, for a complete list of worlds, characters, and more.

Hirun Cryer

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