Following Kingdom Hearts III fan modders Caleb Moore and Critic Perfect announcing their project of implementing their own vision of Traverse Town into the game, they have now released a beta version of the mod for anyone to download.
So far, the mod’s current state comprises a mostly complete version of Traverse Town’s First District, utilizing brand-new models and textures. Assets were made in Blender, Substance, and Unreal by Caleb, while Critic performed the Unreal Blueprinting. Further, the first game’s form of Traverse Town has been and will continue to be used as the reference point for this project, with no plans in place for inserting elements from Dream Drop Distance.
Ultimately, this mod also intends to depict recreations of the world’s Second and Third Districts, Alleyway, and Merlin’s Cave, with NPCs, side missions, and more in the works. So far, a few brief activities are possible, such as collecting postcards sans completion and flowmotion interaction.
Further details about this mod, installation instructions and bug notes can be accessed via its dedicated Nexus Mods page.
You can view images showcasing Traverse Town below:
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