How Many Lucky Emblems Are Required To Unlock Secret Ending In Kingdom Hearts 3?
Kingdom Hearts III comes with a Secret Ending and to unlock it players have to find a certain number of Lucky Emblem. For those who don't know, Lucky Emblem is a new collectible in Kingdom Hearts 3. They are icons in the shape of Mickey Mouse perfectly integrated into the environment that must be found and photographed with the Gummiphone.
How many Lucky Emblem is needed to unlock the Secret Ending? This decision depends on the Difficulty Level you have selected at the start of the game. In this guide, we have listed the exact number of Lucky Emblems (for all difficulty levels) required to unlock the Secret Ending in Kingdom Hearts III.
How Many Lucky Emblems Are Needed To Unlock Secret Ending In Kingdom Hearts 3?
Before answering this question, I would like to inform you that you get the option to select the Difficulty Level only at the start of the game. You cannot change the Difficulty Level of the game mid-way. If you want to change the Difficulty Level mid-way, then the only way to do that is to start the game all over again.
On this note comes a new question: Which Difficulty Level to select in Kingdom Hearts 3?
Which Difficulty Level To Select (in First Playthrough) In Kingdom Hearts 3?
There are three difficulty levels available in the Kingdom Hearts 3; "Standard, Proud, and Beginner." One of the significant differences between the three difficulty levels is the amount of damage you do to the enemies and the amount of damage you take from the enemies. Check out the table more for complete details.
Proud Difficulty [Damage Received vs. Damage Given]
In Proud Difficulty Level of Kingdom Hearts 3, you receive more damage from enemies and do less damage to them.
- Damage To Enemies: X1
- Damage Received: X1.5
Beginner Difficulty [Damage Received vs. Damage Given]
In Beginner Difficulty Level of Kingdom Hearts 3, you do more damage to enemies and receive less damage from them.
- Damage To Enemies: X1.5
- Damage Received: X0.5
Standard Difficulty Level [Damage Received vs. Damage Given]
In Standard Difficulty Level of Kingdom Hearts 3, the Damage Received vs. Damage Given ratio is the same.
- Damage To Enemies: X1
- Damage Received: X1
How Many Lucky Emblems Are Required To Unlock Secret Ending/Movie?
If you have selected the Beginner Difficulty Mode, then you will be required to collect/find 90 Lucky Emblems to unlock the Secret Ending.
For Standard Difficulty level, the figure is a little less, 60. For Proud Difficulty Level, you will have to collect 30 Lucky Emblems to unlock the secret ending.
We recommended you to select Standard Difficulty mode for your very first playthrough. You will be able to learn and master the controls quickly, and overall experience will be challenging but not too difficult.
Proud Mode is for those who are well aware of the Kingdom Hearts franchise. The enemies you will be facing in this mode will be tough to beat, but it is via this mode only that you will be able to unlock the secret ending quickly.
Check out our guides on All Lucky Emblems Locations in Kingdom Hearts III. The following guide carries locations all Lucky Emblems with screenshots.
- Olympus Lucky Emblems Locations
- Twilight Town Lucky Emblem Locations
- Corona Lucky Emblems Locations
- Toy Box Lucky Emblem Locations
- Monstropolis Lucky Emblem Locations
- Arendelle Lucky Emblem Locations
- The Caribbean Lucky Emblems Locations
- San Fransokyo Lucky Emblem Locations
- 100 Acre Wood Lucky Emblem Locations
Where To Watch The Secret Ending In Kingdom Hearts III?
The secret ending is added to the game via an update. Make sure you have downloaded and installed the update that carries the Secret Ending. Once you have done that, go to the game's Main Menu -> Theater Mode and scroll all the way to the end.