A Kingdom Hearts PS4 collection listing has been revealed on Amazon Germany and the Koch Media website, advertising a collection of every Kingdom Hearts game in one convenient package. The pack seems to be a combination of the 1.5 and 2.5 Remix and Kingdom Hearts 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue games that came out.
Both of those games are in themselves compilations of other Kingdom Hearts games, taking players through revamped versions of the first few games all the way to the most recent, the brief Fragmentary Passage minigame that allowed you control of Aqua in the Darkness zones of the Kingdom Hearts universe.
If the Kingdom Hearts PS4 Collection actually has every Kingdom Hearts game together, that would mean around nine titles all in one package, including three movies (358/2, Re:coded, and X Back Cover) and six games, going from the original Kingdom Hearts to Dream Drop Distance and the short Fragmentary Passage game that serves as an epilogue to Birth By Sleep and a prologue to Kingdom Hearts 3.
Currently, both the 1.5 and 2.5 Remix and the 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue games are available as separate purchases, and while we don’t know how much this PS4 collection will actually cost, it would still likely be a much more practical purchase than having to buy two separate games.
However, there’s always the possibility that the rumors about a Kingdom Hearts PS4 collection aren’t true. While it has a listing on Amazon Germany and Koch Media, we haven’t had any official confirmation about the collection from Square Enix.
However, with Kingdom Hearts 3 finally having a release window of sometime in 2018, there’s never been a better time to try and run through all of the Kingdom Hearts games to catch up on a story that’s been decades in the making. So, whether it’s through one collection or two, you can try and get out to buy the Kingdom Hearts collections now.