'Kingdom Hearts 3' Remixed Versions Suffered Delays; Game Will Be Accessible On PS4 March 2017; Utada Working On Theme Song For Game
Square Enix has currently reported the much-awaited release date of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMix and 2.5 ReMix. The developer said that by March 2017, the game will be accessible on PlayStation 4. Tetsuya Nomura, the director of the game further released some reports on the present status of "Kingdom Hearts 3".
In light of the forthcoming arrival of the remixed versions, fanatics of "Kingdom Hearts 3" are stressed that the development of the game will again be postponed. The remixed versions have as of now endured delays, and with the developer's endeavors centered on their release next year.
In a related development, it appears that Utada Hikaru, a Japanese-American artist, has at long last dedicated to working on the theme song for the game. This news was made by her dad and supervisor, Utada Teruzane. Her dad initially dismisses the offer to work at this venture since he trusted that they were not being legitimately compensated by Disney for the work that they were doing.
The Utada were working on the melodies that will be included in "Kingdom Hearts 3". Utadu Hikaru has likewise worked together with Japanese producer DJ Punpee. They created a tune for Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue entitled "Simple and Clean," This tune will be released on Jan. 2017.
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To calm the stresses of the players sitting tight for the arrival of the game, executive Nomura stated in a meeting that their work on the remastered adaptations is not influencing the development of the computer game. He additionally said that the progress in altering every one of the models are continuing as arranged.
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He additionally specified that there will be some basic contrasts in "Kingdom Hearts 3" and the 0.2 version yet it is presently feasible for players to appreciate a PS4 nature of the computer game. Fans are trusting that the executive will be consistent with his words since they have been waiting sufficiently long for this game upgrade.