The Force Awakens is coming to Disney Infinity 3.0

The Force Awakens

Star Wars fans, it’s time to rejoice. A new playset based on the upcoming Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens is heading to Disney Infinity this December. It’s available for preorder now, and is due for release in the middle of December (which is a few days after the movie will be available).

The playset will feature Finn and Rey, while other characters of Poe Dameron and Kylo Ren are also heading to the game.

This will be the first game to feature moments from the film, and promises to be accessible both to long-time fans of the Star Wars universe, and the soon-to-be fans who don’t know the lore quite as well. The experience was developed with collaboration between Lucasfilm and Disney Interactive, and on release will be “the only game where fans of all ages will be able to experience key moments from the film” according to Ada Duan, Vice President of Lucasfilm Digital Business & Franchise Management.

It will also be possible to unlock characters from other Star Wars sets to use with the playset, just as this has been done with other playsets in the past. This includes characters from both the Twilight of the Republic and the Rise Against The Empire playsets, as well as characters from Star Wars Rebels.

The Force Awakens will also have a themed Power Disc Pack, that will be sold separately.

The Force Awakens - Kylo Ren

For those of you who have the game, it’s only a short wait until you can get cosy with the newest addition to the Star Wars universe and get your hands on that cool looking lightsaber that Ren rolls around with. The playset is due for release on December 19, which is after the worldwide release of The Force Awakens on December 17.


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    Nick grew up during the golden age of adventure games, sweeping him away to worlds that left him with a love of storytelling . He’s become a devotee of the Xbox, but thinks there’s room for all of the maker’s platforms. He considers Mass Effect itself to be the defining accomplishment of humanity, which would only be surpassed by the construction of an actual mass relay. When he’s not reliving the Shakarian dream, he’s drawn most to RPGs, open world games, and hours upon hours of building things in Minecraft.