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Disney Infinity 2.0

Disney Infinity 2.0’s release date is fast approaching. The game will be out in a matter of weeks, with a mid-September launch planned.

Before Disney Infinity 2.0 hits store shelves though, it sounds like there are still a few characters left to be announced. Executive producer John Vignocchi mentioned on Twitter that two Marvel and two Disney characters haven’t been revealed.

He said:

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DmC Devil May Cry and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West developer Ninja Theory is working on Disney Infinity 2.0, executive producer John Vignocchi revealed during the Giant Bomb PAX Prime 2014 panel last night. Ninja Theory is bringing its juggle-based combat to the franchise. In terms of characters, the studio worked on Green Goblin, Ronan, and Jasmine.

Vinocchi was later asked during the panel when Disney Infinity: Star Wars (3.0 Edition) will be announced. He said in response: “It won’t be that far, far away”.


Hiro and Baymax, both from the upcoming movie “Big Hero 6”, have been officially confirmed for Disney Infinity. Hiro offers mind-power while Baymax possesses super strength.

Here’s a quick overview of both characters:

• Hiro: From the heart of San Fransokyo into Toy Box 2.0 comes the brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who created “Big Hero 6.” The inventor of mind-controlled microbots uses his brain as his most powerful weapon.
• Baymax: There is no robot better suited for the Disney Infinity Toy Box 2.0 than the plus-sized inflatable Baymax. While this robot might have a huggable side, he definitely packs a hard armor shell. His Kung Fu fighting moves can ward off even the fiercest of enemies. His rocket fist, super strength and thrusters are unmatched.

Disney Interactive will be releasing a “Big Hero 6” Chem Capsule Power Disc, which allows players to create a cloud of frost that freezes enemies right in their tracks.

Source: Disney Interactive PR

We knew that Baymax and Hiro from Big Hero 6 would be coming to Disney Infinity 2.0. But thanks to a discovery from Infinity Inquirer, we now have a first look at the figures. It appears that the characters will be limited to figures as opposed to full-blown Play Sets.


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