The new Disney Infinity 3.0 is coming out sooner than we expected! The release date is set for August 30.

The regular Starter Pack is $64.99. It’s called Twilight of the Republic, and it includes Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano (from the Clone Wars TV series), as well as the Twilight of the Republic Play Set.

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There are some other cool add-ons that you can get if you’re looking for more than the basics. These include:

  • Star Wars Rebels figures (Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren, and Zeb Orrelios)
  • The Inside Out Play Set with Joy and Anger
  • Standalone Inside Out figures: Sadness, Disgust, and Fear
  • Mickey, Minnie, Mulan, Olaf, Sam Flynn, and Quorra
  • Tomorrowland Power Disc Pack

There’s also the Star Wars Saga Starter Pack. This one will run you a higher price—$114.99. As of launch, it will be exclusive to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. It’s expected to be made available for other systems after Sony’s exclusivity runs out.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Twilight of the Republic Stater Pack (Anakin, Ahsoka, and their Play Set)
  • Rise Against the Empire Starter Pack (Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, and their Play Set)
  • Exclusive Boba Fett figure

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Figures bought separately at retail price will be $13.99. If you buy Play Sets outside of the Starter Pack, they’ll run you $34.99, and Power Disc sets are $9.99. Of course, the Starter Packs come with the game itself, so remember that before you start trying to finagle your budget into something reasonable.

Toy Box Takeover Disney Infinity 3.0Fans who pre-order one of the Starter Packs will also get a Toy Box expansion called Toy Box Takeover. This will usually cost $19.99. Toy Box Takeover is an action adventure game that uses characters from all the Disney Infinity franchises (to date: Star Wars, Marvel, Disney, and Pixar). Another Toy Box game, called Toy Box Speedway, will be released this fall. That one is a cart-racing game with tracks themed after places featured in Disney films (including Star Wars and Marvel films).

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