The diversity of the worlds we visit in the Kingdom of the Hearts 3 make the game have a multitude of visual styles: from the photorealism of Pirates of the Caribbean Cartoon style Winnie Pooh, but there is only one word to describe the visual achievement achieved by Square Enix: magic.
With the technical support of Unreal Engine, the Tetsuya Nomura team managed to overcome not only Disney animated products, but even their captain Jack Sparrow is incredibly convincing. To the expectations generated? Indeed, much more.
From the Cycu1 channel, a comparison was made between the final version of Kingdom Hearts 3 and the trailer game announced in 2015, 2017 and 2018. A retrospective that reflects the colossal work behind every little detail of the game.
Conclusion: although the mimic is obviously the inclusion of small improvements in patterns, lighting and textures, it is fair to say that the game's scenes exceed the displayed videos.
The key lies in those details that would normally be unnoticed, such as the hair, texture of the skin or clothing, the brightness of the scenarios … But we are also talking about a major leap in quality in general terms.
Enix Square has a polished portion of its teeth and maintains the quality of kinematics and animations intact, scoring as a result of one of its safest and ambitious games that were once released.
There are environmental elements that are implemented for the final version, in some cases it is a storm effect that adds more elements in general.
While in other cases the brightness and use of photography are adapted, which affects the focus of the characters or the effect of shadows on the clothes or on the scenes.
But in general, it can be said that Kingdom of Hearts 3 it fulfilled and surpassed some already sufficient expectations of what was expected visually.
With the fate of Sora, Donald, the stupid and sword keys available to fans, the next big challenge for Tetsuya Nomura and her team is in another of the key sagas of Square Enix: remake of Final Fantasy VII. And seeing what is seen, expectations are rising again.