The titular scenario centers around Sora's rescue effort of Kairi. Assuming an incorporeal form, Sora travels back in time to the battle between the guardians of light and the Organization, traveling through the guardians' hearts to reach Kairi.
After passing through the hearts of Ventus, Aqua, Terra, and Roxas, Sora enters his past self's heart and tries to avert Kairi's fate, but fails. However, Mickey reveals to Sora that Xehanort has hidden the crystal fragments of Kairi's heart as a last resort.
Sora finds five fragments in Scala ad Caelum before his past self's final battle with Xehanort, and then traces the remaining two through Riku and Mickey's hearts during the guardians' battle against Xehanort's replicas, restoring Kairi.
Determined to rescue Kairi, Sora travels to the Keyblade Graveyard a short time before the final battle was to take place. Lacking a corporeal form, he traces the hearts of the seven guardians of light. Through experiencing their personal battles firsthand, Sora is about to discover truths that he has never before imagined.
Yen Sid begins preparing seven Keyblade wielders as guardians of light to counteract Master Xehanort's plan of forging the χ-blade. Sora, accompanied by Donald Duck and Goofy, resumes his travels across other worlds to regain his \"power of waking\", the ability to restore lost hearts, which he lost after nearly being possessed by Xehanort.[c] Sora's group is antagonized by members of Organization XIII, who are targeting the seven Princesses of Heart as substitutes while seeking a new member for their thirteenth and final spot. Meanwhile, Riku and King Mickey search the realm of darkness to retrieve Aqua, while Kairi and Lea train as Keyblade wielders.
The titular scenario depicts Sora's rescue of Kairi during the game's ending scenes. Assuming an incorporeal form, Sora travels back in time to the battle between the guardians of light and the Organization, traveling through the guardians' hearts to reach Kairi. Despite his initial failure, Sora finds and assembles fragments of Kairi's heart in Scala ad Caelum before his past self's final battle with Xehanort, restoring Kairi. After revisiting the Final World to invite Chirithy to the realm of light, Sora visits his friends' worlds with Kairi before his disappearance.
In the Japanese voice cast, Akio Otsuka, the voice actor for Xehanort's Heartless \"Ansem\", replaced his late father Chikao Ohtsuka, who played the villain Master Xehanort. Miyu Irino returned to voice Sora and Vanitas as he faced more issues during recordings of the game. After finishing the game, Irino wondered if he might properly portray Sora in sequels due to his age gap. Mamoru Miyano also returned to voice Riku and his replica persona with similar difficulties to his more drastic age gap. Miyano reflected that Riku had to act more positive, especially when interacting with his replica, since he understood his mindset. Risa Uchida provided the voice for Kairi and Xion again, noting that Kairi had a more mature perspective such as when she befriends Axel; in contrast, Uchida felt that Xion was more relatable. Olaf received a new Japanese voice actor in an updated patch following the arrest of his original Japanese voice actor, Pierre Taki.
Seventy-five years earlier, a young Xehanort meets with the Master of Masters in the Keyblade Graveyard after receiving a black coat with which to ward off the darkness while traveling the worlds. Xehanort tells the man that all the darkness and selfishness he's seen across the many worlds he's visited have caused him to lose his faith in humanity. Determined to bring order to the chaos, he resolves to remake the worlds. He says his decision will become clear after his upcoming Mark of Mastery exam, but the man tells Xehanort the results don't matter because he's already made up his mind. He says Xehanort will soon outgrow his coat, for he'll be powerful enough to control the darkness without it. Xehanort asks if he's a fortune-teller, but the man makes numerous claims about his identity before telling Xehanort his name, revealing himself to be one of the Lost Masters.
Shortly after Master Xehanort's defeat, in order to save Kairi, Sora uses the power of waking to return to The Final World, where he meets Chirithy, who tells him he will disappear if he saves her. Determined to save Kairi despite the consequence, Sora is guided by Chirithy to the crack he made in time, who tells him he'll have to traverse the Guardians' hearts, seeing everything they saw and feeling everything they felt, until he reaches Kairi's heart. He begins by experiencing the doomed first version of the Seven Guardians of Light's battle with Terra-Xehanort as several of his allies, first as Ventus, whose heart he is forced from by an entity calling itself \"Darkness\", which manifests as Dark Inferno χ. After Sora defeats it, he enters Aqua's heart, but her fear and despair manifests as Anti-Aqua. After defeating her, he passes through the tear and into his own Station of Calling. There, he meets with Naminé, who says she's brought out Terra's strongest thoughts to aid them.
Sora jumps into Riku while he and the other Guardians engage in a battle with Replica Xehanorts. They're all sucked into keyhole-shaped portals except Mickey, during which Sora jumps into his heart, and he narrowly limps out of there and repels the replicas with Sora's help. Sora finds the remaining fragments and rejoins them by connecting to the Guardians' hearts. Kairi is restored, the Replica Xehanorts merge into Armored Xehanort, and she and Sora defeat it together, finishing it off with the Guardians' help. The Guardians notice Sora and Kairi's absence just before they open the way through Kingdom Hearts to join past Sora at Scala ad Caelum after his final battle with Xehanort. The pair then end up in The Final World, where they invite Chirithy to come home with them. They secretly witness the other Guardians' journeys home, bringing Chirithy to Ventus and Naminé's heart to her replica body. Finally, Sora and Kairi share a final moment sitting together on a paopu tree before he fades away.
Given the deluge of hints and twists layered on in ReMind, it makes sense that fans might want the ending explained. Here's a comprehensive breakdown of the secret episode of Kingdom Hearts 3: ReMind. Keep in mind that there are massive spoilers ahead, so if you haven't played the DLC, be warned.
The Final World is described by Chirithy as the edge of reality where hearts go just before they cease to exist, but you can also visit the realm through dreaming. Sora and Kairi are previously the only people we've seen visit the realm, and Kairi only because she's with Sora. This means that Yozora is the only other one who's been there of his own power, and has found the Power of Awakening whether he knows it or not, which factors into why he's the one that needs to \"save\" Sora.
So what's next That's the question on every fan's mind with the end of the Dark Seeker Saga. Well, the next game is Project Xehanort on mobile, likely explaining more backstory on Xehanort and his connection with the Master of Masters. With Xehanort out of the way as a villain, however, we'll start to see more and more of the grand scheme that the Master of Masters has been building, as well as what's in that infernal box that's been teased for multiple games.
Kingdom Hearts 3 Remind DLC details and trailer footage have leaked via an official Square Enix YouTube listing that has since been made private. Alongside the expansion's release dates and pre-order plans, fans also get a quick glimpse of Yozora, Sora's mysterious alternate form.
Starting with the most critical detail of all, we now know that Kingdom Hearts 3 Remind releases first on PS4, January 23, followed by Xbox One on February 25. Here's the DLC's description courtesy of the now-hidden trailer link.
\"Re Mind - The other tale that unfolded during the climax of Kingdom Hearts 3. Determined to rescue Kairi, Sora travels to the Keyblade Graveyard a short time before the final battle was to take place. Lacking a corporeal form, he traces the hearts of the Seven Guardians of Light. Through experiencing their personal battles firsthand, Sora is about to discover the truths that he has never before imagined.\"
A pre-order link was also placed in the upper half of the description but was never made functional. This means pricing details for the DLC were not yet announced. We imagine this will change once the trailer officially goes live. As for when that might be, its true release date remains unclear. It's possible the official version may be available by the time you read this, but, given the timing of the post, there are other possibilities as well. It was just recently announced that Sony will host a State of Play livestream on the morning of December 10. Given that Remind releases first on PS4, it's possible the video may be featured during the show. Geoff Keighley's Game Awards are also set to air December 12, making a trailer debut there equally possible. We'll do our best to update this article with new information as it becomes available.
Oathkeeper is a powerful keyblade of light that was formed during the events of the first Kingdom Hearts when Sora attached Kairi's Wayfinder lucky charm to his active keyblade, ultimately making it a reminder of Sora's promise that he'd return to Kairi one day.
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