After 13 long years, Kingdom Hearts 3 has finally released to the anticipation of millions of the series’ fans everywhere, and of course that includes the game’s touching opening theme song “Face My Fears” that was created by the series’ iconic singer Hikaru Utada and Skrillex, with the song now having its own music video for your listening (and viewing) pleasure.
Over on Skrillex’s YouTube page, the official music video for “Face My Fears” has been released that, of course, features the catchy and energetic opening theme songs to Kingdom Hearts 3, while also including numerous scenes and moments from the long-awaited series finale.
Naturally, if you’re looking to be as spoiler-free as possible before experiencing Kingdom Hearts 3 for yourself, you might want to steer clear from the video to avoid seeing some of the scenes that you’ll end up playing through in the game, just as a warning to those about to watch.
Since the debut of Kingdom Hearts 3, “Face My Fears” has seen rising success over the past week following the fervor of series fans everywhere. Just recently, it was revealed that “Face My Fears” charted this week on the Billboard Top 100 for trending songs in the US by coming in at #98. The song’s debut also makes for the first single that singer Hikaru Utada has ever had rank on the Top 100 chart, an impressive accomplishment for the beloved singer.
Outside of that, naturally Kingdom Hearts 3 already seems to be off to a strong start given the years of anticipation and buildup that fans have had for the game’s release. If you’re looking to get a taste of what to expect from the game, you can read our own spoiler-free review and not have to worry about having any of its big moments revealed too early for you.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is available now on PS4 and Xbox One. If you have yet to pick up your copy of the game and want to experience Sora, Donald, and Goofy’s final adventure, you can grab the game now over on Amazon. To listen to “Face My Fears” a few more times for yourself, you can check out the official music video below:
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