One of the biggest announcements at Microsoft's XO19 event last year was that the entire\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts\u00a0<\/em>franchise would making its way to the Xbox One.\r\n\r\nDespite there being ten games in the series, the franchise has been released on just about every console\u00a0<em>except\u00a0<\/em>for the Xbox. With both\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts\u00a0<\/em>and\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts II\u00a0<\/em>being found on Sony consoles, most of the spin-offs have been divided between mobiles devices and portable Nintendo consoles.\r\n\r\nIt was a big surprise when the long-awaited\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts III\u00a0<\/em>was announced as both an Xbox One and PlayStation 4 title, but Microsoft fans were still getting a bit of a raw deal considering they didn't have access to any other game in the series in order to catch up on the notably convoluted storyline.\r\n\r\nLuckily, all of the HD remasters are coming to the Xbox One, and according to a now-deleted Microsoft store posting, one of the titles may be hitting digital storefronts as early as Tuesday, February 18th.\r\n\r\nThe game description, which was only available for a short time, stated that\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue\u00a0<\/em>(oh boy, that's still a mouthful) would be released on that date.\r\n\r\nThe collection includes <em>Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance HD\u00a0<\/em>(originally released on the 3DS), cutscenes from\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts <\/em><span id="Kingdom_Hearts_\u03c7_Back_Cover" class="mw-headline"><i>\u03c7,\u00a0<\/i>and the one-hour\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep A Fragmentary Passage\u00a0<\/em>chapter that leads directly into the latest game in the series.<\/span>\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=J_bhXcjU9AE\r\n\r\nIt's definitely good news for Xbox players, who may finally be able to get their hands on this collection, which was previously only available on PlayStation 3 and PS4. However, it does bring up the question as to why this particular game would be released at this time.\r\n\r\nReleasing the last HD collection seems like a bit of a strange move on Square Enix's part. After all, there are still a lot of people who have never played the series at all, and may be waiting to get the entire collection before tackling\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts III.<\/em>\r\n\r\nHowever, there is always the slight possibility that all of the games will be getting released on the same day, though it is unlikely considering the upcoming all-in-one collection coming to the PlayStation 4 in March.\r\n\r\nIn the meantime,\u00a0<em>Kingdom Hearts III\u00a0<\/em>just released its big expansion\u00a0<em>Re:Mind, <\/em>which adds new story content, a slew of new bosses, and an ultra-difficult challenge mode to an already great game. The DLC is currently available for PlayStation 4 and hits the Xbox One later this month.