Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Collector's Edition includes Frost Giant stand

A new Collector's Edition for Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes will include a light-up Frost Giant stand and early access to the Hulk figure. Also, it's only for PS4/PS3 owners.

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There's never been a better time to be a Marvel fan, with the company's line of superheroes rapidly becoming omnipresent across all mediums. That includes Disney Infinity and the collectible figurine game's PlayStaton versions just got a little more enticing with an exclusive Collector's Edition revealed earlier today.

The Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Collector's Edition will include the Disney Infinity 2.0 Starter Pack, Avengers figures (Iron Man, Black Widow, Thor, Captain America, and Hawkeye), 30-day early access to the Hulk figure, and a special light-up Collectible Stand decked out to include the huge Frost Beast boss from the Avengers play set. The stand contains seven slots, including one for an unannounced hero. The full Collector's Edition will act as a heroic status symbol, running for a hulking $179.99.

Those looking for something more hardware-centered will also be able to pick up an exclusive PlayStation 3 bundle, which will include a PS3, the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack, three figures (Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow), and a 12GB hard drive. The bundle will run for $249.99.

San Diego Comic-Con attendees will get their first crack at pre-ordering the PS4/PS3 exclusive Collectors Bundle and the hardware bundle later this week at the nerd mecca. Major retailers will have it ready for pre-order soon after.

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