Amidst the excitement of Square Enix's big January launch, Disney has announced that it will open Kingdom Hearts-themed hotel rooms at Tokyo Disneyland, Japan.
There's only one 'problem': Kingdom Hearts III releases on 25 January, whereas these specially-decorated rooms will only be on offer from March.
I guess it's the thought that counts, though. And if you weren't already planning on booking a stay, once you've completed KHIII, you'll almost definitely be up for a Disney stopover. As long as you can afford a flight to Japan on top of the pricey hotel, that is.
'Kingdom Hearts III'-themed hotel at Disneyland. Credit: Disney
Reservations can be made as early as 30 January, where you can book bedrooms limited to three adults. Each comes with two standard-sized beds and one trundle bed, costing a minimum of 46,100 yen (£330) per night. "Hot dog hot dog hot diggity dog," as Mickey Mouse once said.
But it's all worth it because you get an amazing Kingdom Hearts Keyblade room key that comes in a special box, filled with special things (foam).
Even better, Kotaku reports that guests can keep and take two sets of said keys home. And the hotel will even give you Kingdom Hearts postcards, too. Totally worth it, then.
The Keyblade key that makes it all worth it. Credit: Disney
Coming 14 long years after the second Kingdom Hearts, the next core sequel in the series is (almost) here. Final Fantasy, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters Inc., and many more franchise fans around the globe are preparing for their biggest game of 2019.
In the KHIII build up, Square Enix bosses have explained the sequel's wait, teased the game's first updates, and were even forced to beg players not to share leaked material. It's been a bumpy ride, but it's almost over.
Are you ready for KHIII? Who's your favourite character? Would you like to stay at this hotel? Make sure you let us know.
Pretty pictures in the KH hotel. Credit: Disney
Kingdom Hearts III launches on 25 January, 2019 for Xbox One and PS4.
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