Fans can now relive classic Kingdom Hearts moments as a fully immersive experience.
It's been announced at PlayStation's TGS live stream that Kingdom Hearts is getting the VR treatment. The good news is that as you keep playing it, you'll unlock additional new content. With the announcement of the Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience, that's exactly what you'll be able to do.More news: Woodward: Trump Is 'Detached' From Reality, Jeopardizes National Security
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Funnily enough, Mandy Moore, the voice of Rapunzel in the movie, played Final Fantasy VII's Aerith in 2002's Kingdom Hearts, but she was replaced by Mena Suvari in Kingdom Hearts 2. Since the first KINGDOM HEARTS was released in March 2002 for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the series has expanded with several additional entries. By this, it's clear this game will have some interesting surprises in store for Kingdom Hearts players.
Sora, Goofy, and Donald have found themselves in San Fransokyo, the hybridized tech-hub from Disney's 2014 animated feature.
Long story short: Marvel heroes have begun to fill Kingdom Heart's IP basin with a world based on Big Hero 6. It will be available on PlayStation 4 and, for the first time ever, Xbox One. You can read what she had to say about the VR experience posted down below.