Utada Hikaru Confirmed For Composing Kingdom Hearts 3 Music

By   /   Dec 23, 2016
Kingdom Hearts 3 Music

Kingdom Hearts 3 has been in development for a long time and the fans are eagerly awaiting the launch of the game. While the developers are yet to announce any release window for the game it has been confirmed that who will be working on Kingdom Hearts 3 music.

Kingdom Hearts 3 music will be composed by Japanese superstar Utada Hikaru. She has composed the theme songs for Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2. Her theme songs for these two games have been remixed and reused time and time again for the multitude of spin-offs and the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 2.8.

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The confirmation comes from her manager who posted on Twitter that Utada Hikaru has already started working on Kingdom Heart 3 music.

We'll do it. Actually we have already started. Sorry for keeping you waiting. teruzane @ritch_diaz @utadahikaru Still Waiting for a confirma

— u3music (@u3music) December 22, 2016

Recently, some images of Play Arts Kai Sora action figure made their way on the internet that revealed some story details about the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3.

According to the packaging, the world is under the influence of a single Master and the final struggle for peace has begun.

Sora, who was once a boy, is now a dashing young man, and he has started to realize that the outcome of the battle has been in favor of Master Xehanort, and a second Keyblade War seems inevitable. To defeat the darkness, Sora and friends must find the seven guardians of light.

Kingdom Hearts 3 is an upcoming action RPG in development at Square Enix for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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