Disney Infinity has been a massive success for Disney Interactive, with the publisher citing over 3 million Starter Sets sold and over $500 million in global retail sales. The game's digital platform has also been highly active, with over 10 million custom Toy Box sets downloaded.
Disney is hoping for more custom creations, so they're aiming to make 2.0's Toy Boy mode more user-friendly with a refined interface that includes a 'brush' feature and NPC 'builders' that will construct creations on a player's behalf. Among the new worlds on display were Asgard, which featured a tower defense mode, and a galactic base level that featured dungeon-crawling gameplay. All of the Toy Box modes will feature four-player multiplayer, just as with other Disney Infinity Toy Boxes.
But those that fear having to make a whole new investment can rest easy. All Disney Infinity 1.0 pieces (figures, discs, base sets, etc.) will be compatible with the upcoming 2.0 release.
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