How Many Kingdom Hearts Games Are There?

Kingdom Hearts is one of the best game series ever made. It is one of the finest products of Square Enix and a worldwide hit with over 30 million copies sold. The series has many great elements like Disney cross-overs and cross-overs from the Final Fantasy that the fans love. Not only that, but it also includes some other incredible adventures of the protagonist Sora.

The series started in 2002 and it took nearly 2 decades to complete. The latest part of the series was released in 2020. For a player who played Kingdom Hearts from the beginning, this game is not just a game but a nostalgic experience.

We often get many questions about Kingdom Hearts, but the latest one is that what are the total number of games in the Kingdom Hearts series? Well, In this blog, we are going to answer this question! So, stick to the end for full details.

The total number of Kingdom Hearts Games till now is 13. These 13 games are:

  • Kingdom Heart I
  • Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
  • Kingdom Hearts II
  • Kingdom Hearts Coded
  • Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
  • Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
  • Kingdom Hearts X
  • Kingdom Hearts Unchained X
  • Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep
  • Kingdom Hearts X Black Cover
  • Kingdom Hearts Union X
  • Kingdom Hearts III

The Kingdom Hearts series is about a 14-year-old boy and his adventures after his homeworld is destroyed by evil creatures called Heartless. He tries to reunite with his friends and recreate his world.

Answer on How Many Kingdom Hearts Games are there?

If you want to know more about these games, then you can keep on reading. We have discussed them in the right order below

1. Kingdom Hearts I

This is the first game from the Kingdom Hearts series. It was released in 2002. It is an action role-playing game and there are different levels( which are called Worlds). This game is a collaboration between Square Enix and Disney. It is a game for PlayStation 2.

2. Kingdom Hearts: The Chain of Memories

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories was published in 2004 for GameBoy Advance and it is a sequel to the previous game. It is different from the previous one and like the previous game from the series, it also has different levels. In total there are 13 worlds in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. 

3. Kingdom Hearts II

This game was released in 2005 for PlayStation 2. It is a sequel for the primary part, but it has additional story. There are 15 playable worlds in Kingdom Hearts II. It is considered that this part is easier than the first one.

4. Kingdom Hearts Coded

kingdom hearts coded was released in 2007 for Tokyo Game Show. It doesn’t have any major difference from the previous games. The Kingdom Hearts Coded was a Japan-only release and it was released for Mobile phones.

5. Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

This is the next game in the Kingdom Hearts series. It was released in 2009 for Nintendo DS. The kingdom Hearts 358/2 takes place after Kingdom Hearts I, parallel to the Chain of Memories and finishes after Kingdom Hearts 2. The story introduced a protagonist Roxas and his friend Xion.

6. Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

The next game from the series is Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. This game was released in 2010 for the PlayStation Portable. At the time of birth by sleep Sora( the main character) is 4 years old. This game is a decade before the kingdom hearts I.

7. Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

This game from the Kingdom Hearts series was released in 2012 for Nintendo 3DS. This game includes seven playable worlds. Kingdom hearts 3d is very confusing for some players but much pleasurable for others because it includes the concept of time travelling.

8. Kingdom Hearts X


Kingdom Hearts X was released in 2013 and It was a mobile browser game developed by Square Enix. It is also a Japan-only like the Kingdom Hearts Coded. It includes Japanese role-playing game. It is currently ceased officially and it will come back in English.

9. Kingdom Hearts Unchained X

This is the 9th instalment from the series. It was released in 2015 on mobile phones both on Android and IOS. Like Kingdom hearts X, it is also officially ceased but it will be available offline.

10. Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep

This game is next to the Kingdom Hearts Series. It was developed and released by Square Enix. It was released in the year 2017. This game was available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The gameplay of Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep is about 29 hours long.

11. Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover

This is not a game, but a feature-length film. Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover is a computer-animated movie. It was released in 2020 on the platforms: PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover takes place around the time of Kingdom Hearts X.

12. Kingdom Hearts Union X

like some other kingdom hearts games, Union X is also a Japanese-role playing game and It was developed by Square Enix. It is a mobile browser game for Android and IOS mobile phones.

13. Kingdom Hearts III

Kingdom Hearts III is the latest game from the series Kingdom Hearts. It was released in 2019 on the platforms: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows and Xbox One. This is the end of the Kingdom Hearts Series.

FAQs

Will there be a Kingdom Hearts 4?

According to Square Enix, there will be a Kingdom Hearts 4. They are working on it and soon you will get to play Kingdom Hearts 4.

Is Sora’s story over?

No, Sora’s story is not over yet. It will continue in the next part of the game series.

Can you play Kingdom Hearts on PC?

Yes, Kingdom Hearts is officially available for PC. You can buy the game for your PC from their officially given website.

To Put It All Together

There are 13 Kingdom Hearts games till now. All of them are discussed thoroughly one by one. If you have any other questions, do let us know in the comments!

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