The Epic Games Store Spring Sale for 2021 is now live and there’s plenty of great discounts and sales for you to take advantage of. However, there are plenty of people asking: when does Kingdom Hearts come out on PC? Although no release time has been shared as of this moment, here you’ll discover when the series will come out on PC for the Epic Games Store, and you’ll also find the price for each entry.
It’s the series’ 19th anniversary and it’s a beloved franchise that encapsulated many childhoods, and was also the entry point for many kids to Final Fantasy. The first game was a PlayStation classic as was the sequel, but the series quickly became infamous for becoming too convoluted and all over the place in regard to platforms.
While PlayStation players have been able to experience the complete series for awhile now, below you’ll discover when Kingdom Hearts will come out on PC via the Epic Games Store.
Kingdom Hearts Epic Games Store price
The price for Kingdom Hearts on the Epic Games Store differs depending on what you buy.
Below you’ll find all the Kingdom Hearts games on the Epic Games Store with their price alongside:
- HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX – £39.99
- HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue – £49.99
- Kingdom Hearts III + ReMIND – £49.99
- Melody of Memory – £49.99
These prices are by no means cheap and you’ll want to know what you get. The HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX is a must-buy as it comes with the first and second game, as well as Birth by Sleep.
HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is questionable as it comes with Dream Drop Distance as well as a two hour introduction to the series’ third instalment playing as Aqua.
The third game + ReMIND is good because it’s the third game with the DLC, meanwhile Melody of Memory is easy to dismiss unless you absolutely adore the music and rhythm-based games.
When does Kingdom Hearts come out on PC?
There is no official release time for when Kingdom Hearts will come out on PC for the Epic Games Store.
However, although there’s no release time, know that every Kingdom Hearts game will come out for PC via the Epic Games Store on March 30th.
If you’re a newcomer to the series who isn’t willing to buy everything available, we’d recommend getting HD 1.5 + 2.5 first and then moving onto the third instalment.
Melody of Memory is again easy to skip, while HD 2.8 isn’t imperative in our point-of-view as the game’s aren’t as long or good.