‘Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience’ Part 2 Coming Next Week, Includes Olympus Coliseum Update
Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience came out early this year although the initial version was incomplete with some of the levels of missing which could have ruined the experience for some of the enthusiasts yearning for the nostalgia trip. The second part Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience is now rolling out on 24th July in the US and 25th July in Japan on PSVR.
Disney and New Enix’s new update will transform more of the worlds from the series into a VR trip down the memory lane which will include Hercules’ Olympus Coliseum.
The second part of the KINGDOM HEARTS: VR Experience is coming in an update to #PS4 on July 24 (PT/BST)!✨
You'll be able to use motion controllers in some new, yet familiar, worlds like Olympus Coliseum!
Immerse yourself in the world of #KingdomHearts like never before! #PSVR pic.twitter.com/FyNmxZHpCs
— KINGDOM HEARTS (@KINGDOMHEARTS) July 19, 2019
The latest update will add the ability to use motion controllers in “some new, yet familiar worlds” such as the Olympus Coliseum. Users will also be able to immerse themselves into the Kingdom Hearts worlds in a totally new way.
Like the first part, the second part will still be free and will come with a number of experiences that were missing in the first virtual reality sample released earlier this year. According to PlayStation, players will be able to “relive unforgettable moments“ from the game with the second update.
The Kingdom Hearts 3 game provided an incredible gameplay for users with some 238 cut-scenes available in game which lasts roughly 30 to 40 hours. The game offers a lot ranging from its spectacular pyrotechnics that go with many of the special moves to the indulgent and extravagant final act.
For the latest VR update of the game, Disney and New Enix haven’t divulged any details yet on the number scenarios that will be added to the new experience. But we know for sure that the update will include motion control support that will enable users to slash some Heartless using their controllers. When it arrives next week, users can get their DLC from the PlayStation Store so they can begin spending some time with Sora and the crew if they aren’t still past KH3.