Kingdom Hearts Union χ

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Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]
Kingdom Hearts Union X Logo KHUX.png
キングダムハーツ ユニオンクロス
Kingudamu Hātsu Yunion Kurosu
Developer(s) Square Enix
Publisher(s) Japan Square Enix
Release date(s) Japan March 23, 2017[1]
Flag of the United States.png/Flag of Canada.png April 6, 2017
Europe/Flag of Australia.png April 6, 2017
Genre Smartphone RPG
Game modes Single-player, multi-player
Ratings CERO: N/A


Platform(s) iOS, Android
"To discover the end, a journey must start at the beginning."

Kingdom Hearts Union χ, stylized as Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross], is a Kingdom Hearts game exclusive to the iOS and Android smartphone platforms. It is a sequel/update to Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ and a continuation of the story started in Kingdom Hearts χ.


After being saved by Ephemer and Skuld following the conclusion of the Keyblade War, the Player is brought to another realm, where the Dandelions have assembled as per Ava's instructions. Upon entering this new realm, however, the Player and the Dandelions loses all memories of the past world, with the exception of the five wielders chosen to become the new Union leaders.

Following Ava's orders, Ephemer ventures to the the Keyblade Graveyard as one of the new Union Leaders. Soon, Ephemer is joined by Skuld, the second of the new Union Leaders, much to his surprise. When Skuld questions the whereabouts of other three Union Leaders could be, Ephemer admits that, before Skuld showed up, he hadn't put much faith in what Ava had said, so he is unaware if the other three Union leaders are coming. Ventus, third Union Leader, arrives and Ephemer and Skuld welcome him. While waiting for the fourth Union leader to appear, Ephemer and Skuld bond with Ventus, who doesn't understand why he was chosen to become one of the new Union Leaders. Ven admits that he is a little jealous over Ephemer and Skuld's friendship - though they assure him that he's now a friend to both of them as well. Amused by the concept of friends, the fourth Union Leader appears and introduces himself as Blaine. When Ephemer confirms that Blaine is not the last to arrive as he had anticipated, Blaine asks if Ephemer is meant to be their leader. Ephemer denies this - feeling as though they should wait until all of them are together to decide something like that. Blaine then asks if the rules Ava provided are meant to be absolute - as he has issue with the concept of lying to the Dandelions; something which Ventus relates to. Thinking about the pain that Player had endured because of the Keyblade War, Ephemer firmly states that they are to follow the rules and that the truth about the previous world must remain a secret so that no one has to remember the tragedy of the Keyblade War. Blaine, Ven and Skuld all accept this, stating that they all believe in Ephemer. Together, the four new Union Leaders await the arrival of their final comrade.

Player resumes the undertaking of his missions, traveling to a new world in the form of the Castle of Dreams, while also joining a small party of Keyblade wielders with whom he grows to frequently enact missions alongside. After a while, Player has a nightmare in which he sees himself collapsed after the events of the Keyblade War. Furthermore, Player relives his battle with Aced in the Fountain Square when he attempted to separate two quarreling Keyblade wielders. Upon his defeat by Aced's hand, Player is jolted awake - with Chirithy asking if he was okay, while advising him to take it easy for the day; given his frequency of nightmares lately. Although Player accepts this, he questions how long he's been sleeping for, with Chirithy informing him that it's been no longer than usual. As Player warily returns to sleep, Chirithy bids him goodnight and continues to watch over him.


  • The game retains the gameplay found in Unchained χ,[2] and all in-game data will be carried over.[3]
  • Multiplayer is introduced. Players will be able to team up with up to five members of their Party and tackle special Quests together.[4]

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