Dance music fans have even more reason to be excited for the release of one of the most anticipated games of the winter. The next entry in the Kingdom Hearts series will once again feature Utada Hikaru, but this time she's joined by Skrillex and Poo Bear

Newsweek has uncovered an ASCAP listing for a track with the titles "Face My Fears" and "Opening Theme (Kingdom Hearts 3)".

Although nothing is officially confirmed, it is reasonable to believe that a track would not go through the ASCAP process if it wasn't included in the game. 

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