Disney Infinity 3.0 is coming out on August 30. The theme of this installment is Star Wars, and there are a few Starter Packs to choose from.

The regular Starter Pack is $64.99. It comes with Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tahno, and the Twilight of the Republic Play Set.

There’s another collector’s version that is $114.99 and includes all of the above plus a Play Set called Rise Against the Empire and figures for Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa, as well as a limited edition Boba Fett. For the launch period, this one is gonna be exclusive for the PlayStation 3 and 4.

But Star Wars isn’t all that Disney Infinity 3.0 is about. In fact, the biggest changes are taking place in the Toy Box mode of the game. If you pre-order the game, you’ll get a Toy Box Expansion called Toy Box Takeover. This will usually cost $19.99. In Toy Box Takeover, you play through an action-adventure game that mingles characters from all over the Disney universe.

Then there’s the new Toy Box features, which come with Disney Infinity 3.0. The Toy Box Hub is the redesigned central area of the Toy Box, where you can connect with other players and explore seven different gameplay zones, including racing, platforming, and combat. In the Hub you’ll also find the El Capitan Theater, where you can watch Toy Box TV and download new Toy Box levels. At Flynn’s Arcade, you can join other players in competitive play.

Farming is another new addition to the Toy Box. You can plant crops, harvest them, and feed them to these little Sidekick dudes to boost their stats. With some food and equipment, you can level up the Sidekicks so that they can accompany you into battle. Feeding them also makes them a little rowdy, and they might throw parties or get into other shenanigans.

Disney Infinity 3.0 will be available for PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox One and 360, Wii U, PC, Android, and iOS.

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