The latest updates for "Kingdom Hearts 3" reveal possible new DLC plans for the sequel after its launch. Game director Tetsuya Nomura told IGN his thoughts about having post-launch DLC for the sequel which means adding to new Disney worlds, characters, and story after Sora's fight with the Heartless and Master Xehanort.

Nomura will also discuss his reasons for the game's development and why did he and developers decide to launch it next year. Square Enix showcased three trailers for "KH3" at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo event and video game fans saw two new Disney worlds, weapons, summons, and returning characters.

Tetsuya Nomura on 'Kingdom Hearts 3's' development

According to IGN, director Tetsuya Nomura pointed out that the reason for "Kingdom Hearts 3's" January 29, 2019 release date was not due to development problems, but simply because they wanted to push it different ways for other regions to promote in different regions.

The game director added that he chose next year for the western region's development to keep up with the Japanese release of the sequel.

"For Kingdom Hearts 3, the [Square Enix] western offices had requested to release the game as simultaneously as much possible as between Japan and America," Nomura said. "So we were no longer able to just think about Japanese issues and retail situations."

The IGN interview also revealed that Square Enix has finished creating all the gameplay for the sequel and hopes that it cater to RPG fans across the globe.

The"KH3" presentation at E3 2018 feature Sora, Goofy, and Donald travel to the world of Arandelle and meet "Frozen" characters Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf. The group will also return to Caribbean seas as they help Captain Jack Sparrow and the rest of "The Pirates of the Caribbean" cast fend off the Heartless.

Riku, Mickey, Axel, Aqua, and Kairi will also return to the sequel as they have their own individual quests in the story.

Sora will also have the ability to change Keyblades and summon characters to fight alongside such as Ralph from "Wreck-It Ralph," Ariel from "The Little Mermaid," and Simba from "The Lion King."

DLC plans for 'KH3'

In a separate interview with IGN, Nomura gave his thoughts about "Kingdom Hearts 3's" possible post-launch DLC updates and stated that he and development team are open to expand the sequel with it.

While he did not say anything specific, video game fans are expecting another character plot and new Disney worlds from upcoming movies.

Nomura also said not to expect any concrete announcements for the game soon but mentioned the possibility of adding the accessory customization feature.

The feature was first seen in "Kingdom Hearts 0.2 - A Fragmentary Passage -" as players are given a chance to customize Aqua's appearance, and it might happen with Sora, Donald, and Goofy in the third game.