Kingdom Hearts 3 director Tetsuya Nomura has revealed that he'd be interested in releasing downloadable content for the upcoming Disney-RPG, but don't expect a Season Pass to be part of the equation.

Speaking with Game Informer, Nomura-san, who is also busy working on the not-at-E3 2018-shocker Final Fantasy VII Remake, said he wants to 'look into potentially releasing DLC after (launch), but nothing has been solidified or decided on what we want to do or what we will do.'

If DLC does become a thing for Kingdom Hearts 3, it won't have a Season Pass. 'I'm not fond of that model,' Nomura said.

Asked about his reasons for wanting to pump out DLC in the first place, Nomura said that he wants 'people to continue to enjoy playing Kingdom Hearts III after release,' observing that a lot of major games nowadays tend to go down the post-launch content path.

Kingdom Hearts 3 is pencilled in for release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 29, 2019. In case you missed it, the game will feature a Pirates of the Caribbean world and a pricy Collector's Edition.

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