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Disney Infinity 2.0 featuring Marvel universe characters coming in August – report

Thursday, 17th April 2014 15:53 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Disney Infinity 2.0 is heading out of The House of Mouse in August and will feature Marvel universe characters.

This is according to a report on a Disney fansite Infinity Inquirer via D23.

The information was gleaned through a post on Disney’s official website, but it has now been pulled. You can view the cached version here.

The original post on the site is as follows: “Disney Infinity 2.0 is coming in August 2014, and a teaser trailer can be viewed at Marvel.com. The teaser promises such Marvel-ous additions to the game as familiar Marvel characters, objects, and vehicles – the possibilities are infinite.”

However, Disney has since issued a statement claiming the August release date for Disney Infinity 2.0 was “erroneously reported” in its news brief,” going on to say the “information was incorrect” and that more new about Disney Infinity “will be shared on April 30.”

In February, rumors around the financial sector started “new versions” of the game featuring Marvel and Star Wars characters were expected.

Diseny Infinity is currently available on iPad, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U, and 3DS.

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4 Comments

  1. johnapocalypse

    I hope there is a Deadpool and Rocket Racoon

    #1 5 months ago
  2. melonbuster1

    My kids are going to be so happy. . They have the entire line of toys and I’m sure they plan on the same with the 2.0 release

    #2 5 months ago
  3. TheWulf

    This’ll be good for the kids, really. I mean, it’s a bit telling, isn’t it? Disney’s own lineup has become so incredibly weak and unrecognisable to kids that they actually have to rely on a purchase that no one wanted them to make in the first place (except for greedy shareholders, making it kind of like the Mondelez takeover of Cadbury).

    I’ll admit that Eisner wasn’t good for Disney but at least he knew what the company was supposed to be. Iger is so many times worse (a commonly held opinion, after a bit of Internet searching). And, really, I’m just waiting for the Iger nightmare to end.

    Iger was also responsible for buying Lucasfilm and then just disbanding LucasArts rather than doing anything with their properties. We could have had a Monkey Island animated film, but nooooo.

    I hate what Disney has become. I’m sorry. I just do.

    #3 5 months ago
  4. felixbrownSLC

    @TheWulf
    weak and unrecognizable?? Cars, Monsters Inc, Tangled, Frozen? Are you serious?

    And gamers have been blasting LucasArts for years over their releases, but it’s suddenly the crime of the century when closed.

    #4 5 months ago

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