Kingdom Hearts creator Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed that there are at the moment no plans to launch more Kingdom Hearts games on the Nintendo Switch.
According to an interview in Nintendo Enthusiast“Through a translator, Nomura confirmed that” there aren’t any plans “to bring more Kingdom Hearts titles to Nintendo’s bold little portable console after the launch of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory on November 13th.
Nomura states that Square Enix was involved in transferring beloved Disney-filled RPGs to a hybrid console, but the publisher considered the process “technologically troublesome.”
However, according to the interview, Nomura believes that other games he has been working on may eventually be transferred to the console – although any real details about what games he is playing here are somewhat vague.
If you’re a fan of the show, at least Melody of Memory is worth a try: it boasts over 140 songs featuring music from Disney, Kingdom Hearts and more.
What’s more, if you’re in the crazy, magical and short-sighted tradition of the series, you’re in luck – the upcoming rhythm-action game [Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC] Remind ”(thanks, NME).
While we could not see more Kingdom Hearts coming to Switch within the close to future, at the least the most important followers of the sequence can fulfill their starvation for one other absurd insanity in Nomura in November.