Kingdom Hearts III was the biggest disappointment of 2019 in my opinion. It was too easy and lacked any magical charm long-running fans of the series expected from the “final game”. You can read my full review of it here and find out why it is too easy here. Square Enix will be releasing a major DLC pack for the game on 23 January 2020 called Kingdom Hearts III ReMind and it will bring with it a load of new features including a new story chapter.
Most likely the biggest and most welcome addition to the game will be the “Premium Menu” which Square Enix claims will let users tailor their gameplay experience by toggling on and off specific gameplay features. You can turn off the ability to cure, reduce your defence and most of all, turn off those damn over-powered Attractions which irritated everyone.
Toggling specific settings will allow you to earn merits and in turn, ranks that you can show off for your achievements.
We then have the Kingdom Hearts III ReMind Data Greeting feature that lets players build custom slideshows across a range of locations. You can choose from various objects, character and enemies to place around the area and even a song to accompany the photo. Users will be able to adjust the poses of the characters and choose from up to 25 characters and 25 objects to scatter around the area.
Once you are happy with the positioning, you can then save it along with all the others and they are added to the Slideshow menu which will roll through all the photos you have taken with the music you have chosen. Great for a wallpaper on your TV while working around the house.
Kingdom Hearts III ReMind DLC releases on 23 January 2020 for PS4 with the Xbox release planned for 25 February 2020. The DLC is a costly one sitting at R475 for the standalone package and R629 for the concert bundle. Take a look at the latest trailer down below;
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