Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC Not “Set In Stone”, Dev Team “Will Be Prepared”
Director Tetsuya Nomura is “not confirming or denying either way”.
Amidst the latest gameplay trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3, which showcased the new Toy Story world and confirmed a release in 2018, director Tetsuya Nomura has been dropping some new information. He already noted that the team is looking into another playable character along with Sora and while speaking to GameSpot, Nomura also discussed the possibility of downloadable content.
Basically, as Nomura notes, “Nothing is set in stone, and I’m afraid we can’t go into details, but I have told the team: Just be prepared to be able to accommodate for something like that.
“We can’t suddenly develop a system where we’re accommodating for downloadable content. So it’s not confirming or denying either way, but just so that the development team will be prepared, I have informed them of making the preparations.”
Kingdom Hearts 3 is targeting a 2018 release for Xbox One and PS4 with the possibility of Nintendo Switch release (not confirmed, of course). What are your thoughts on possible DLC for the game? Let us know in the comments.