By Seth G. Macy
After what seems like an eternity, the release date for Kingdom Hearts III is nearly upon us. There are several different versions of Kingdom Hearts III to chose from when considering your preorder needs. If you’re hoping to get your hands on one of the limited edition Kingdom Hearts III PS4 Pro consoles announced back at E3, the bad news is they’re all gone.
In fact, preorders for the Kingdom Hearts III PS4 Pro came and went within a matter of hours. The GameStop-exclusive console sold out soon after it was made available, but there are still plenty of other ways to get your hands on the game itself, including special editions and preorder bonuses.
Kingdom Hearts III comes out January 29 to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Kingdom Hearts 3 Standard Edition
The standard edition of Kingdom Hearts III includes the base game, as well as retailer-specific preorder bonuses.
Kingdom Hearts 3 Deluxe Edition
The Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition comes with the standard game for PS4 or Xbox One, plus the following bonus items:
- Steelbook Kingdom Hearts III game case
- Collectible Kingdom Hearts III pin
- Kingdom Hearts art book
Kingdom Hearts 3 Deluxe Edition + Bring Arts Figures
The Kingdom Hearts III deluxe edition with Bring Arts figures of Donald, Sora, and Goofy is only available for preorder through the official Square Enix site. It includes all the bonus content of the Deluxe Edition of Kingdom Hearts III along with the figures. The Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition + Bring Arts Figures can still be preordered on Square Enix’s website for Xbox One and PS4, but there is a waiting list.
Where to Preorder Kingdom Hearts 3
The standard edition of Kingdom Hearts III costs $59.99, but you can get $10 in Prime credit by preordering through Amazon.
Kingdom Hearts III costs $59.99 on Amazon for the standard editions, but Prime members get $10 in credit for preordering through Amazon. Preordering through Amazon also gets you the Dawn Till Dusk Keyblade DLC.
The Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition costs $79.99 on Amazon, is eligible for the $10 Prime credit, and includes the Dawn Till Dusk Keyblade DLC.
Preordering Kingdom Hearts III for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One at Walmart gets you three retail-exclusive Kingdom Hearts III art cards.
The Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition costs $79.99 at Walmart and includes the exclusive art cards.
Preordering the standard edition of Kingdom Hearts III for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One through Best Buy gets you $10 in rewards, as well as a blind box keychain figure of one of the characters.
Preordering the Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition through Best Buy also qualifies you for the $10 reward along with the blind box Kingdom Hearts keychain.
The standard edition of Kingdom Hearts III costs $59.99 at GameStop. Preordering through GameStop gets you an exclusive fabric poster.
The Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition is $79.99 at GameStop and also includes the fabric poster as an exclusive preorder bonus.
Square Enix Store
Square Enix offers the standard edition of Kingdom Hearts III from its online store for $59.99. Preordering directly from Square Enix gets you an exclusive Kingdom Hearts III sticker set.
You can also preorder the Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition through Square Enix. It goes for $79.99 and also includes the sticker set Kingdom Hearts III preorder bonus.
The Kingdom Hearts III deluxe edition with Bring Arts figures can ONLY be ordered directly from Square Enix, and there’s a waiting list for both versions. The Kingdom Hearts III Deluxe Edition + Bring Arts Figures costs $229.99 and includes the sticker pack preorder bonus.
Seth Macy is IGN’s tech and commerce editor. You can find him on Twitter @sethmacy.