With the announcement of Sora as the last character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the news came that all the Kingdom Hearts series games will come to Nintendo Switch, although Square Enix decided to deliver a cloud version instead of a native adaptation.

At this time a decision has not been made about the production of a native version. Ichiro Hazama, Kingdom Hearts producer In a recent interview with the Nintendolife portal, was asked ichiro hazama , producer of the series, about the possibility of native versions of Kingdom Hearts for Switch, Considering that other contemporary games as Final Fantasy X | X-2 work very well in the hybrid Nintendo console. The producer commented that Tetsuya Nomura always wanted to take these games to Switch, but it was not a simple task: Carrying these games to Nintendo Switch was a bit difficult for several reasons, including the limited storage capacity of the hardware, but We are very happy that we have been able to achieve it for the first time using the cloud service, said Ichiro Hazama.

Faced with this response, the subject was insisted on the understanding that perhaps not the whole series could be adapted to switch, by hardware issues, but it is complications such as Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix that, finally, we saw from PS3. The producer s response was once again a refusal, but at least did not completely closed the door to possibility : At this time, a decision has not been made about the production of a native version. We believe that The version in A Cloud is the best way to deliver the Kingdo Heart series to the players of Nintendo Switch, but we are always excited to listen to the feedback from our fans and we want to thank them all for their support, he said.

We remember that Square Enix is ​​celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Kingdom Hearts and, in addition to the launch of the entire saga in Nintendo Switch with its version in the cloud, there are some other plans for this celebration, as news with respect to its mobile titles.