Disney Infinity Power Discs Trailer

By Andrew Ogley, 5 years ago
Disney have revealed today that, alongside the collectible characters for their upcoming title, Disney Infinity, there will be additional collectible discs that can be used to personalise and customise the game even further.

The so-called Power Discs are collectible game pieces that can be used to add new props, attributes, and even new worlds to both the toy box and play set modes in the game. The discs come in two forms, circular and hexagonal, with the circular discs boosting a character's attributes and the hexagonal discs adding new props, vehicles, and themes.

Just as with the character models, the discs are activated simply by placing them on the Infinity base. The discs can even be stacked with the game allowing two circular discs or three hexagonal discs to be used at one time thus combining power boosts or props. Alongside these discs there will also be three rare lenticular discs that can be used to add special items. To demonstrate how this all works together in the game, Disney have released a trailer showing off the new discs.

The first wave of the power discs will launch simultaneously with the Disney Infinity game, meaning players can immediately start building up their collection from the set of 20 that will be available. However, herein lies the catch; the discs will be sold in blind packs of two meaning players will not know what they are buying until the pack is opened. The packs will cost $4.99 in North America, with other regional pricing still to be announced.

To give you an idea of what you can expect from the initial set of discs, Disney have provided the following details:

Circular Discs
Bolt's Super Strength – Character that you're playing with does 10% more damage
Fix It Felix's Repair Power – Character you're playing with has 20% more health
C.H.R.O.M.E's Armor Shield – In-game character receives -10% less damage
Pieces of Eight – In-game character gains 10% more loot

Hexagonal Discs
Mickey's Car – Drive Mickey's Jalopy in the Toy Box
Cinderella's Coach – Drive Cinderella's Carriage in the Toy Box
Kahn– Ride Kahn the Horse from "Mulan" in the Toy Box
Stitch's Blaster – In-game character gets Stitch's blaster from "Lilo and Stitch"
Carl Fredericksen's Cane – In-game character gets Carl's cane from "Up"
Sugar Rush
King Candy's Dessert Toppings Texture Set– Adds a "Sugar Rush" theme from "Wreck-it-Ralph" to Toy Box terrain objects
Sugar Rush Sky Skydome – Adds a "Sugar Rush" theme from "Wreck-it-Ralph" to the Toy Box sky
Alice in Wonderland
Alice's Wonderland Texture Set – Adds an "Alice in Wonderland" (animated film) theme to Toy Box terrain objects
Tulgey Wood Skydome – Adds an "Alice in Wonderland" (animated film) theme to Toy Box sky
Finding Nemo
Marlin's Reef Texture Set– Adds a "Finding Nemo" theme to the Toy Box terrain objects
Nemo's Seascape Skydome – Adds a "Finding Nemo" theme to the Toy Box sky
Tangled Lantern
Rapunzel's Kingdom Texture Set – Adds a "Tangled" theme to Toy Box terrain objects
Rapunzel's Birthday Sky Skydome – Adds a "Tangled" theme to the Toy Box sky

Rare Hexagonal Discs
Dumbo the Flying Elephant – Adds the Dumbo ride from the Parks in the Toy Box
Abu the Elephant – Adds the elephant version of Abu in the Toy Box
Astro Blasters Space Cruiser – Adds the Astro Blaster vehicle from the Buzz Lightyear attraction in the Toy Box
Disney Infinity remains on schedule for release in North America on August 18th and in the rest of the world on August 23rd.
Andrew Ogley
Written by Andrew Ogley
Andrew has been writing for TA since 2011 covering news, reviews and the occasional editorials and features. One of the grumpy old men of the team, his mid-life crisis has currently manifested itself in the form of an addiction to sim-racing - not being able to afford the real life car of his dreams. When not spending hours burning simulated rubber, he still likes to run around, shoot stuff and blow things up - in the virtual world only of course.