Fans of Square-Enix's and Disney's Kingdom Hearts franchise will have quite the piece of ear candy to listen to when they boot up Kingdom Hearts III next year as eight-time Grammy Award winner Skrillex and internationally renowned singer/songwriter Hikaru Utada have collaborated for the game’s opening theme song.
Skrillex, a long-time and self-professed fan of the series, originally intended to remix the previously revealed Hikaru Utada track, Don’t Think Twice. However, owing to the pair’s friendship, this developed into the new and original collaboration, Face My Fears, to celebrate the game’s release. The track was also produces in collaboration with record producer Poo Bear, who previously produced Justin Bieber’s multi-platinum selling single, What Do You Mean?
Kingdom Hearts III will be available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on Jan. 25, 2019. The game has not yet been rated by the ESRB,.