Kingdom Hearts Organization XIII Necklaces jewelry

Kingdom Hearts Organization XIII Necklaces Feature Member Motifs

Square Enix and U-Treasure have teamed up and will release a series of Kingdom Hearts necklaces inspired by Organization XIII. Pre-orders for the necklaces will remain open until April 18, 2022. The necklaces are modeled after the chairs Organization XIII are shown sitting in throughout the course of the series. Consumers will be able to select from a total of four different metals and 13 different engraving options for the jewelry. The Kingdom Hearts Organization XIII necklaces will ship by August 16, 2022. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Of the four different metals for the necklace, silver will cost 19,800 yen ($159), gold and rose gold will cost 110,000 yen ($886), and platinum will cost 121,000 yen ($974). When ordering a necklace, consumers can pick an engraving that will appear on the back of the charm. Each engraving is based on the unique weapons each member of Organization XIII has. These include Axel’s chakrams and Roxas’ dual keyblades.

You can take a look at the Organization XIII necklaces and the engraving options below.

Bandai Namco has also announced the production of Kingdom Hearts Tamagotchi. Consumers will have the option to raise various different Kingdom Hearts characters with the Tamagotchi. Bandai Namco already revealed that players will be able to evolve Sora in a handful of different ways. Additionally, mini-games can be played through the device. A Dark Mode and Light Mode variant will be available.

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