Disney Infinity 2.0 Release Dates


Disney Infinity 2.0 is coming soon! Only a few short months left before launch– 3 months to be exact. Since the official Disney Infinity 2.0 announcement, Disney has been releasing additional information one little bit at a time.  Ugh, so frustrating for those of us that want to know it all now.

I was so excited to see the update from Family Gamer TV. All the details in the cheat sheet and YouTube video below come directly from them.

Note that this draws on unofficial and official information and is subject to change.

Release Dates

  • Wave 1 – September 23rd
  • Wave 2 – November 4th

Starter Packs

  • September 23rd — The Avengers Starter Pack includes Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow and 2 new Toy-box games.
  • September 23rd — The Avengers PlayStation Collectors Edition includes Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, 2 new Toy-box Mini-Games and Hulk on a 30 day exclusive and large light-up diorama to display all the Avengers figures.
  • November 4th — Disney Originals Starter Pack includes three of Maleficent, Merida, Stitch, Donald Duck and Tinkerbell.

Characters Availability

  • Marvel Characters: Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, Nick Fury, HULK, Hawkeye, Spider-man, Nova, Venom, Iron Fist, Star-Lord, Groot, Rocket Racoon, Drax, Gamora
  • Disney Characters: Maleficent, Merida
  • Rumored Marvel Characters: Hiro, Bay Max
  • Rumored Disney Originals Characters: Stitch, Donald Duck, Tinkerbell, Crystal Sorcerer’s Apprentice  Mickey
  • Wave 1 on September 23rd: Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, Nick Fury, Hawkeye, Spider-man, Nova, Venom, Iron Fist. Then Hulk in October.
  • Wave 2 on November 4th: Star-Lord, Groot, Rocket Racoon, Drax, Gamora, Maleficent, Merida, Donald Duck, Hiro, Bay Ma. Then on December 5th a Crystal Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey.

Character Functionality

  • Disney Infinity 1.0 characters work in Disney Infinity 2.0.
  • Disney Infinity 2.0 characters will not work in Disney Infinity 1.0.
  • Disney Infinity 2.0 characters, Marvel & Disney, have a skill tree which belongs to a base type, but which is customized per character with signature moves. All upgrades on the skill tree are always available (i.e. upgrading one branch doesn’t block off branch)
  • Disney Infinity 1.0 characters get access to the skill tree system, but only get the ability to boost basic stats and occasionally add additional combos.
  • Characters no longer come with a Toy-box adventure in 2.0.
  • All characters have a higher level cap (Level 20)
  • All characters come with unlock-able toys appropriate for them, plus feats that are specific to each character. Some feats are in the Toy-box some in the Playsets.
  • Collect purple sparks in order to power up your special abilities.
  • Collect orange sparks to give a boost to the experience you earn normally through combat.
  • Characters who run out of life while playing in a Playset are Knocked Out for a period of time.
  • Nick Fury is voiced by Samuel L Jackson.


  • Confirmed Playsets for Spider-Man and The Avengers.
  • Rumored Playsets for Guardians Of The Galaxy with Star-Lord and Gamora characters.
  • A limited number of Marvel characters can access multiple Playsets, currently: Nova, Iron Man (and it seems Nick Fury). No Disney characters can currently access multiple Playsets.
  • Disney Infinity 1.0 Playsets can’t be used in 2.0, but you can import the toy elements into the Toy Box.
  • Players complete Playset missions to unlock content for the Toy Box.

Power Discs

  • There will be two power discs per character, purchased separately in foil blind bags.
  • All 1.0 discs work in 2.0.
  • Toy-box Power Discs: Unlock pre-configured games and components.
  • Costume  Power Discs: Customize the appearance of the discs specific character (Marvel & Disney) and give stat boosts to any character. I’ve seen Cap’s Movie Uniform & Black Suit Spider-Man & Grey Hulk & Iron Man Mk42 Armour
  • Team-Up Power Discs: Summon a supporting character to assist you. Not instant, works on a timer. I’ve seen Winter Soldier.
  • Events Power Discs: Summon a special event that can be unleashed (e.g. missile strike). I’ve seen SHIELD Heli-carrier Strike.

Toy-box Functionality

  • 1.0 Toy-boxes can be imported into 2.0.
  • Doors can be used to string Toy-boxes together.
  • Interior spaces will be available to explore and decorate.
  • Creator characters can now be deployed in the Toy-box to procedurally create specific components (for example tree houses, castles etc).
  • Builder characters of different types can be deployed to add a variety of components to your Toy-box.
  • Toy-box toys are earned through Playsets or bought through the toy shops with sparks you collect. No spin wheel this year.
  • Toy-boxes can be shared directly with friends rather than having to go via Disney curation.

Toy-box Mini-Games

  • Toy-box mini-games allow any combination of characters to team up to play pre-configured games of various genre types (tower defense, dungeon crawl).
  • All Toy-box mini-game elements are available for use but the Toy-box games themselves cannot be edited.
  • Toy-box game template pieces are available to make it easy to build games of specific genres (like racing).


  • Available on 360, PS3, Xbox One, PS4, Wii U, PC, Vita and iOS.
  • Not available on Wii, 3DS/2DS.
  • All existing Infinity Bases work on all platforms except Xbox One, which can’t use the related Xbox 360 portal.

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