Hikaru Utada has released a new recording of Kingdom Hearts’ best song.


    Today marks two years since the official reveal of Kingdom Hearts IV, and while Square Enix hasn’t shared any news about the game, fans of the series can celebrate with a new recording of Hikaru Utada’s best song from the franchise. . As pointed out by X (formerly Twitter). Genki_jpnUtada’s new science fiction album, which he released yesterday, features a re-recording of “Hikari,” the Japanese version of “Simple and Clean.”

    If you’re a fan of Kingdom Hearts, you probably already know what song this is. However, if you haven’t touched the series in a while, or if you’ve never played the opening of Kingdom Hearts, below is the Japanese version of the song in the famous game opener:

    As for the new recording of “Hikari,” its placement on Sci-Fi makes sense because Utada’s first greatest hits album, if you will, features new mixes of old songs, fan-favorite tracks, and more. was to serve as a re-recording of , and more. You can listen to the album, which features 26 tracks, starting today.

    If you’re interested in hearing the new recording of “Hikari,” you can listen below:

    For more on Kingdom Hearts, watch the Kingdom Hearts IV trailer here, and then check out. Informant in the game Kingdom Hearts III Review After that, read on Informant in the game Exclusive interview with Kingdom Hearts IV director Tetsuya Nomura for new details.

    What is your favorite Hikaru Utada track from the Kingdom Hearts series? Let us know in the comments below!


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