Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ Coming to North America on iOS & Android

Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ, the mobile release of the Japanese browser game Kingdom Hearts χ, is getting a North America release set for April 7....
  1. Feyfolken
    Kingdom Hearts, arguably one of the most beloved and complicated video game franchises of all-time, is growing ever closer to its conclusion in Kingdom Hearts 3. The story overlaps many periods in time, spanning numerous generations of protagonists, antagonists, and settings to tell a grand epic of a constant battle between light and darkness. The series expanded on the basic ideas established in the first game in the series, Kingdom Hearts, and has only built up on those concepts over the last 14 years. Kingdom Hearts χ, stylized and pronounced as Kingdom Hearts χ[chi], is the latest entry into the series, serving to develop the origin of the entire plot. In an announcement from Tetsuya Nomura, Director of Square Enix, Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ (the iOS and Android version) will be releasing in North America on April 7.

    Kingdom Hearts χ has many notable differences from other games in the series. Story-wise, the game predates the most pivotal event in the game's lore, the Keyblade War. The rest of the franchise takes place in a setting after the Keyblade War, so Kingdom Hearts χ served to fill in the gaps of what happened before the main Kingdom Hearts games. It is also the first and only game in the Kingdom Hearts franchise to feature multiplayer, where players create their own character and train to become Keyblade Masters. Players are led on missions to defeat the Heartless, the main antagonist "faction", and as the story progresses, they slowly discover that there is a sinister plot involving the Keyblade Masters.


    Kingdom Hearts χ was originally developed as a Japanese browser-based game in 2013, receiving a port to mobile devices as a Japan-exclusive over two years later, under the new name Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ. After heavy demand, the game is getting a westernized release and a full port to North America on April 7. The game is free-to-play, though there are optional microtransactions that will allow players to progress more quickly if purchased.

    Although Kingdom Hearts 3 - the long-awaited conclusion to a series that so many grew up playing - is still a ways off, Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ will act as another pastime for fans of the franchise who have patiently waited all of these years and it may even rekindle the love for the series that some have lost with the lack of Kingdom Hearts 3.

    [Source: Square Enix]

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  1. 3xTiNcT
    I don't play it but I know someone that will probably be happy to see this. I'll have to let them know.
  2. Keeley Hazell
    What is Square Enix doing right now? WE WANT KH3
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    2. Keeley Hazell
      They've just been dicking around for years now it feels like lol. I've been waiting since 2006 and they keep coming out with these spin-offs... Only ones I ever liked were Birth by Sleep and DDS
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    3. Feyfolken
      DDS was the worst for the story :tongue: I liked it, but the time travel bit was too much. BBS is by far the best they've ever released, though.
    4. Keeley Hazell
      Yeah it was.. Gameplay wasn't bad though. Boss fights were as fun as the older ones. The overall story is pretty complicated if you try to follow all of it. I just can't wait my inner childhood has been waiting so long
  3. televisedfool
    Awesome news :biggrin:

    Now if only they would remaster or just port a kingdom Hearts collection of all the games onto PS4.:thumbsup: