'Kingdom Hearts 3' Epilogue, Secret Video Will Be Patched In Post-Launch

In a series of tweets, Square Enix has revealed a number of post-launch updates for the anticipated Disney mash-up Kingdom Hearts III.

Said posts offer an insight as to when players can download its epilogue, and when a "secret video" will be up for viewing by players who correctly followed steps to unlock it.

Starting Tuesday, 29 January, four days after the third core title launches, Update 1.01 (data fixes) and Memory Archive (added to the game's title menu) will be available for download.

The Memory Archive is a collection of Kingdom Hearts moments that aim to tell the story so far, both for new Kingdom Hearts players and those returning, who require a quick refresher.

Then Wednesday, 30 January will welcome the game's epilogue, though "players will need to have completed Kingdom Hearts III and seen the ending to view this video."

Finally, on Thursday, 31 January, the recently-leaked secret video will be accessible for all players who've completed KHIII, seen its ending, and "fulfilled certain criteria" throughout its campaign.

The KHIII epilogue and secret movie are said to enhance fans' "enjoyment of the world of Kingdom Hearts," but in order to access both, Square Enix explains that players will need an internet connection. As tends to be the case with patches, outside of those ones on your trousers.

The game itself can be played without the use of internet. It's just that you'll struggle downloading each patch without it. So, if you're desiring the full experience, the complete Kingdom Hearts III package, make sure your WiFi (or wired connection) is working and connected to your preferred console.

What do you think about this news? Are you looking forward to KHIII? What do you think the epilogue and secret movie will show?

Kingdom Hearts III releases on 25 January, 2019 for Xbox One and PS4.

Featured Image Credit: Square Enix

Matthew McGladdery

Matthew McGladdery graduated with a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Salford University, where he worked at Revolution 96.2, Global Radio, and Fleetwood F.C. When he left university, he took on the role of co-editor for the Salfordian and worked as freelancer for the likes of BBC Sport. He continues to work in sport but loves talking all things Xbox, PS4, and PC just as much.

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