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Kingdom Hearts 3’s 1.02 update includes the story’s epilogue – Patch notes

Published: 30/Jan/2019 13:14 Updated: 30/Jan/2019 13:24

by Matt Porter


The 1.02 update for Kingdom Hearts 3 officially released on Tuesday, January 29, and includes a major storyline addition for PS4 and Xbox One players.

Kingdom Hearts 3 is the much anticipated third entry into the legendary Disney franchise, that sees hero Sora team up with Goofy and Donald Duck to them battle the evil Xehanort.


The game officially released worldwide on Tuesday, January 29, and Square Enix have already begun to pump out updates and bug fixes for the game.

With Square Enix desperate for the ending of the game not to be leaked until after Kingdom Hearts 3’s official launch, the developers took extra steps to ensure that fans would have to wait to see the conclusion of the Dark Seeker saga.


This included the decision to not include the game’s final epilogue in the final release, instead choosing to include it as part of the 1.02 update.

Players will obviously need to have completed the game’s main story before they can watch the epilogue, which is estimated to take between 40 and 50 hours, and as long as 80 hours if you choose to take on the numerous side quests included.

Square Enix left the epilogue out of the game on release to avoid leaks.

This is the second update that Square Enix have released for Kingdom Hearts 3, with the 1.01 update bring Memory Archives to the game’s title screen and various bug fixes as well.


The developers are set to release another patch in the next few days that will include a secret video that will be unlocked when players have collected a certain amount of Special Emblems and then completed the game.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Update Version 1.02 (PS4) Patch Notes

Version 1.02

  • Added new cutscene: Epilogue

Version 1.01

  • Added Memory Archives to the title screen
  • Fixed various issues
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Viral Kingdom Hearts TikTok is the perfect parody of Sora

Published: 15/Mar/2020 0:45 Updated: 15/Mar/2020 0:57

by Bill Cooney


A new viral TikTok sweeping the internet is a near-perfect real-life portrayal of Kingdom Hearts’ main character, Sora.

The Kingdom Hearts series is arguably the most popular set of Disney video games to ever come out, and as a result, they’ve built up a legion of fans over the years.


Like any good fanbase, Kingdom Hearts enthusiasts aren’t afraid to poke a little fun at their favorite games, especially the unique animation styles some of the characters have.

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Kingdom Hearts 3 is the latest game in the series.

Of course, Sora, as the game’s main protagonist, is the focus for most of fan’s jokes and memes about the game, and the latest viral Kingdom Hearts content is no different.


A new TikTok, set to the music of the game’s infamous ‘Tarzan’ jungle level, is making the rounds on Twitter – and it seems to be a perfect recreation of Sora’s animations.

Armed with his signature Keyblade and puffy red vest, the TikToker cosplaying as Sora struts into view, perfectly replicating the character’s bizarre gait.

In addition to walking (and running) around, the TikTok Sora also perfectly executes some attacks, with a little help from the magic of video editing, of course.


At the time of writing, the clip has more than 1 million views and over 100,000 likes on Twitter, and even more on TikTok, itself.

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The responses are filled with players praising how accurate the TikToker’s walk was – and, of course, how much they hated the Kingdom Hearts jungle level.


One user said that “the walk was perfect,” and based on the number of favorites their reply received, plenty of people agreed with them.

Other users complained that  the music brought back bad memories of Kingdom Hearts’ infamous Tarzan level.


The original creator of the TikTok video himself, Cloudie McDoom, even appeared in the comments and thanked users for their support, so it might be worth checking him out for similar content.

In other Kingdom Hearts news, several of the games in the series are now finally available on XBox One with the “Kingdom Hearts Collection,” so even if you’ve been team Xbox all these years, you finally have the chance to play the series for yourself.