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Is the role playing game Kingdom Hearts 3 released for PC? A note in the Microsoft Store for the upcoming DLC ​​ReMind indicates this.

Square Enix has not yet become a PC version of the role-playing game Kingdom Hearts 3 uttered. However, Microsoft seems to have given an indication of this.

A PC version of Kingdom Hearts 3 is coming?

The Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC ReMind is listed in the Microsoft Store. It is not unusual. It has already been announced and will also be released for the Xbox One version of the RPG.

But the description is interesting. Because in this you can read the following sentence: "Get this app while you are logged into your Microsoft account and install it on your Windows 10 devices."

If Microsoft made a mistake here or Kingdom Hearts 3 appears (buy now for € 24.55) also for the PC? It would be quite conceivable that Square Enix is ​​preparing the release of the role-playing game for PC and Microsoft has now "leaked" this.

An official statement is still pending. The fact is that the DLC ReMind will be released on February 24, 2020 for Kingdom Hearts 3 and who knows, maybe we will also get a PC version of the role-playing game around Sora, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy.

Source: Microsoft

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