It seems that Square Enix has prepared some plans for "Kingdom Hearts 3's" post-launch, as more Disney worlds are coming to the game's downloadable content.

Plans for new post-launch DLC

Game director Tetsuya Nomura was originally against the idea of having post-launch DLC worlds for "Kingdom Hearts 3," but admitted that the development team will have to prepare themselves to add more content after the game launches. It is a new concept for the "Kingdom Hearts" series as the second game was released in 2005, prior to a shift towards standardized DLC.

The popular RPG crossover will likely follow the footsteps of other Square Enix titles like "Final Fantasy XV" and "NieR: Automata." However, the plan to have new worlds as a DLC is very interesting and challenging for the developers. Each past Disney world in "Kingdom Hearts" acted as its own adventure game aside from the main quest.

However, Nomura explained that the plans for post-launch DLC worlds are still uncertain, and Square Enix is just preparing themselves for the possibility.

According to a report by GameRant, he said, "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 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 the development team will be prepared, I have informed them of making the preparations."

So far, the confirmed worlds in "Kingdom Hearts 3" are Mt. Olympus in "Hercules," Corona in "Tangled," San Franokyo in "Big Hero 6," and Andy's room in "Toy Story," that was revealed at D23 Expo last week.

Gaming fans are hoping that other worlds like "Frozen," "Wreck-it Ralph" and "Monsters Inc."could be added into the game, while older ones like "Alice in the Wonderland," "Tarzan," Lion King" etc. could return as part of the main story or a post-launch DLC.

New Keyblade transformations teased

Square Enix teased that Sora will be receiving new Keyblade transformations in the game and Nomura told Game Informer that each Keyblade will have two sets of forms each, giving players a variety of ways to fight swarms of enemy Heartless and bosses.

An example of this is the hammer and drill transformations that Sora used in the "Toy Story" worlds. Nomura added that players can achieve new transformations through the use of combos.

Nomura did not divulge any further on how the new Keyblade transformation can happen, saying that there could be more changes in its development. Square Enix is also teasing the possibility of summons in "Kingdom Hearts 3," but Nomura and the team are not yet ready to tackle the subject.

Fans will likely get more information from Square Enix soon as the sequel is expected to launch next year for the PlayStation 4 console.