Kingdom Hearts III Campaign At Least 40 Hours Long

Kingdom Hearts III

Kingdom Hearts III’s campaign will, on average, take more than 40 hours to complete according to a Sqaure Enix PR representative.

During an interview with, the representative confirmed players will romp through Disney and Final Fantasy universes alike for at least 40 hours. This average is only for players who decide to strictly stick to the necessary content to complete the game, as those who venture into side quests and mini-game territory could spend upwards of 80 hours during their first playthrough.

Nearly 100 hours of content is almost sure to satisfy the 16-year-wait fans of the series have had to endure. Past entries have had similar amounts of content piled in, but players are now assured of getting their hands on a full-fledged Kingdom Hearts title in less than half a year. One of the more promising aspects of this news though is the idea that the game’s director revealed he and his team still have surprises to show off in the coming months.

Kingdom Hearts III is scheduled to release on January 25, 2019 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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