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I haven't been able to figure this out. I have a "Player" class that extends Sprite:

export default class Player extends Phaser.GameObjects.Sprite{
   constructor(scene, x, y, config) {
    super(scene, x, y, config.key);

    this.scene = scene;
    this.lastAnim = null;
    this.vel = 200;

    this.scene.physics.world.enable(this);
    this.scene.add.existing(this);

    const { LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN } = Phaser.Input.Keyboard.KeyCodes;
    this.keys = this.scene.input.keyboard.addKeys({
      left: LEFT,
      right: RIGHT,
      up: UP,
      down: DOWN,
    });
  }

  preUpdate (time, delta) {
    super.preUpdate(time, delta);

    const keys = this.keys;
    let animationName = 'player-idle';

    if (keys.left.isDown) {
      this.body.setVelocityX(-this.vel);
      this.setFlipX(true);
    } else if (keys.right.isDown) {
      this.body.setVelocityX(this.vel);
      this.setFlipX(false);
    }

    if (keys.up.isDown) {
      this.body.setVelocityY(-this.vel);
    } else if (keys.down.isDown) {
      this.body.setVelocityY(this.vel);
    }

    // TODO: Clean this up
    if (keys.up.isDown || keys.down.isDown || keys.left.isDown || keys.right.isDown) {
      animationName = "player-walk";
    } else {
      animationName = 'player-idle';
    }

    if(this.lastAnim !== animationName) {
      this.lastAnim = animationName;
      this.anims.play(animationName, true);
    }
  }
}

I instantiate it in the "create" method of the scene:
 

this.player = new Player(this, 300, 300, {key: 'player'});

The Sprite animates and everything, but it just stays in the same place.

My game setup:

const gameConfig = {
  width: 1024,
  height: 768,
  scene: GameScene,
  pixelArt: true,
  zoom: 2,
  physics: {
    default: 'arcade',
    arcade: {
        gravity: { y: 0 },
        debug: false
    }
  },
};

I've seen examples that create an update method then call it in the scene update loop, but shouldn't  preUpdate be the same? Any help appreciated!

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