Kingdom Hearts Re:Mind DLC Shares All New Info

Published: December 2, 2019 9:30 AM /


The cast of Kingdom Hearts III

Square Enix will be adding some new features to Kingdom Hearts III soon. We're expecting the new features to be added with the "Re:Mind" DLC, which will also be getting a new trailer sometime in December.

First up, Kingdom Hearts III's Photo Mode is getting some new stuff. Data Creating is a mode in which you can pose your favorite characters for snapshots. You'll also be able to add objects to the photos and change them up with special effects. The new Photo Mode will also include a Slideshow feature, which will enable you to organize photos into slideshows and add background music. We're not sure whether you'll be able to access the entire Kingdom Hearts III cast in Data Creating mode yet.

The second major addition to Kingdom Hearts III comes in the form of the Premium Menu. With this new feature, two extra difficulty options have been added: Fast Pass and Black Code. Fast Pass allows you to significantly weaken enemies so you can push past parts of the game you're stuck on. Black Code, meanwhile, lets you add self-imposed challenges to the game such as playing without healing, without items, and other restrictions.

We won't be getting a preview of these new features in the upcoming "Re:Mind" DLC trailer, which was announced during the "Kingdom Hearts Orchestra: World of Tres" concert in Osaka a couple of days back. We're also not sure if not purchasing the DLC means you won't get access to Data Creating and the Premium Menu. While we wait for more info on this DLC - including a release date - you can check out the TGS 2019 trailer right here:

Kingdom Hearts III is available to buy right now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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