Square Enix has been confirmed to be working on a free to play, browser based Kingdom Hearts game. The reveal comes from the upcoming remake Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix, pre-orders of which will include bonus items for the new title in the series, dubbed Kingdom Hearts X (pronounced “Kingdom Hearts Chi”).
First print copies of HD 1.5 Remix will include a code for an item set which will feature a Sora (R+) card, 20,000 munny, and 4,000 card draw points. Purchasing the remake directly from Square Enix will also get you a battle support set which includes a Riku (R+) card, 10 potions, and 10 ethers. Cards can be used in battles, while munny is used to synthesize cards and draw points can be exchanged for cards. Potions will restore energy and ether will restore power you may need for a boss battle.
Kingdom Hearts X will be a free to play game, where the player will control an original character who will travel to Disney (and likely a few unique, Square-inspired) worlds, similar to prior entries in the franchise. The game will support a micro transaction-based in-game economy for virtual items. Success Corporation, the company behind Operation Darkness and Tokyo Beat Down, is developing the title, which has yet to have a confirmed release date.