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Star Wars joins Disney Infinity 3.0

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Star Wars has been confirmed as the latest franchise to join Disney Infinity, the best-selling hybrid toy and video game series.

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition will add Star Wars favourites to the Infinity line-up, alongside Disney, Marvel, and Pixar characters that have already joined the video game series, with James Pitario, president of Disney Interactive saying the team have, "worked closely with Lucasfilm to deliver an authentic Star Wars game experience, featuring some of the most iconic stories and characters from the past, present and future."

Star Wars will debut on the platform with three playsets, one based on the prequel trilogy timeline, one based on the classic trilogy timeline, and the third to be released later this year based on The Force Awakens.

The announcement came shortly after leaked images appeared to show Star Wars characters alongside the familiar Disney Infinity branded packaging, and an official trailer has since been released:



Disney Infinity 3.0 is being developed for PlayStation4, PlayStation3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, iOS and Android.


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