Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 HD Remix Gets Update

Published: June 12, 2017 1:00 AM /



According to a recent press release by Square Enix, the first update for Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 HD Remix for Playstation 4 has been released on Playstation network. This free update fixes a few minor and major bugs, including errors saving files for Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix. Additionally, Theatre Mode is now available for Kingdom Hearts I Final Mix, allowing players to rewatch cutscenes without having to go back and replay the game, and an additional cutscene has been added for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, titled “Day 357: Tears.”

Originally released on March 28, 2017, for the Playstation 4, Remix is a compilation of the previously released Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix and 2.5 Remix, both released for Playstation 3. It collects six entries of the Kingdom Hearts series together on one disc – Kingdom Hearts 1 Final Mix, Re:Chain of Memories Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix and Birth By Sleep Final Mix, as well as HD remastered cutscenes from 358/2 Days and Re:Coded, both originally entries to the series released for Nintendo DS. The most recent entry in this long-running series was Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, released for the Playstation 4 on January 12 in Japan and January 24 in the rest of the world. Also a compilation title like 1.5 and 2.5 Remix, 2.8 included Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover movie and Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth By Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage-.

A new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III was recently revealed by Square Enix, with more information and the reveal of a new world promised to come at D23 on July 15.

Are you excited to go back and rewatch Kindgom Hearts I in Theatre Mode or are you thanking Square Enix for patching the save files for Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix? Are there any other patches or additions you’d like to see come to the game in future updates? Let us know in the comments below!

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