A Hat in Time (Windows, Mac OS X)/Modding Tools Content/Unused Models/The Arctic Cruise and Nyakuza Metro
This is a sub-page of A Hat in Time (Windows, Mac OS X)/Modding Tools Content/Unused Models.
- 1 The Arctic Cruise
- 2 Nyakuza Metro
- 2.1 Unused Train Hazard Sign Variant
- 2.2 Individual Burger Patty And Candy Models
- 2.3 Unused Wide Cat Train Door Variants
- 2.4 Early Cat Train Door Models
- 2.5 Test Train Model
- 2.6 Mist Cylinder
- 2.7 Metro Sign Models
- 2.8 Hologram Machine Model
- 2.9 Static Mesh Microphone And Button
- 2.10 Cat Seat
- 2.11 Older Building Meshes
- 2.12 Cage Hologram Models
- 2.13 Cat Food Plate
- 2.14 Cat Sign Model
- 2.15 Mayonnaise Bottle Model
- 2.16 Merged Detail Models
- 2.17 Metro Help Desk Individual Models
- 2.18 Early Metro Intro Room
- 2.19 Unused Early Metro Room
- 2.20 Unused Food Stand Model
- 2.21 Main Station Floor Chunk
- 2.22 Vent Model
- 2.23 Diamond and Square Machines
- 2.24 Individual Food Stall Table Model
- 2.25 Test Cat Model
- 2.26 Curved Poster Frame Variant
- 2.27 Tunnel Test Model
- 2.28 Individual Ramen Shop Models
- 2.29 More Tunnel Testing Models
The Arctic Cruise
Drinks Tray Model
Modular Dock Railing
Yellow Pool Noodle
Split Slot Machine
A slot machine that lacks a lever, and an individual lever. Probably meant to be used to make the lever animate. None of the slot machines in the final animate except for the slot wheels inside the main machine, although that's done with a material shader, not a direct animation.
Engine Room Machinery
Early Big Toolbox Model
Combined Flag Hoop Model
Creche Room Glass Light
A light model most likely meant for the long glass window in the upper half of the creche room, but it doesn't fit properly. Probably meant for an earlier version of the room's design, one that predates the room version found in the May 28 2018 leak. The model is dated April 13 2018, while the final version of the creche room is dated July 31 2018 and the leaked early version is dated May 18 2018.
Large Ice Chunks
Early Boardwalk Models
Gigantic cloud models that are meant to be distant detail in the skybox. They use the cloud design seen in Subcon Forest's skybox. They're among the earliest assets for the level, dating to January 2018. No known version of The Arctic Cruise uses these clouds.
Unused Train Hazard Sign Variant
Individual Burger Patty And Candy Models
Unused Wide Cat Train Door Variants
Early Cat Train Door Models
An strange door that was used as the doors that Cat Trains could enter in very early versions of Nyakuza Metro. They can be seen being used in the Bluefin Tunnels map in the September 29 2018 build that leaked an early version of the metro. In the pictures above, there are four separate models.
Test Train Model
A blocky train that was used to test the Cat Trains' coding very early on in Nyakuza Metro's development. A video was posted on Twitter not long after DLC 2 released that shows this model in action during development of the Cat Trains.
Metro Sign Models
Individual versions of the various signs that appear in Nyakuza Metro. The used versions are attached to a pole, while these aren't. The orange and green zone signs are never used anywhere, even though other colored zone signs exist and are used in the level.
Hologram Machine Model
Static Mesh Microphone And Button
Older Building Meshes
Cage Hologram Models
Cat Food Plate
Cat Sign Model
Mayonnaise Bottle Model
Merged Detail Models
An attempt to merge some of the ceiling fans in Nyakuza Metro, which failed completely. The fans use a material shader to make the blades spin, which relies on the blades being at the center of the model. Since all the fans here are still using that same material, all of the fans spin relative to the center of the model, which is now no longer in the center of each fan. The effect completely breaks.
Metro Help Desk Individual Models
Early Metro Intro Room
Two models that, when combined, form a very early version of the intro area of Nyakuza Metro! The aesthetics and colors of the room are completely different from the final game, with at least one unique material being used in this room. The paw prints presumably represent the tunnel the Cat Trains would run through, and interestingly, go the opposite direction compared to the final game. What's strange about this room is that it was imported before the leak of the blockout of Nyakuza Metro on September 29 2018, and the blockout not only does not use this model in the intro area, but the Cat Train that was placed in the map at the intro area is set to move in the same direction as in the final game. This discrepancy indicates that the models used to make this room were scrapped very early on in the metro's development, making this room some of the oldest level design for Nyakuza Metro leftover in the Modding Tools. The square texture provided is used in a unique material only used in the lower half of this room.
Unused Early Metro Room
Another leftover of early level design for the metro, this massive room appears nowhere in the final game. The colors and aesthetics match the early intro room above, which signal another early leftover. There are two floors to the room, with several tunnels present on the right side of, presumably for Cat Trains to travel through. It's unknown where this was meant to be in the metro, or what kind of level design would appear in the room.