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Guardians of the Galaxy Coming to Disney Infinity

by Sean P. Aune | July 23, 2014July 23, 2014 12:15 pm PST

Disney Infinity is going to head into space with its newest figures from Guardians of the Galaxy.

It seems as though we can’t go more than a week lately without Disney Interactive announcing yet more figures for the upcoming Disney Infinity 2.0. While there have been some Disney figures intermingled here and there, the focus this time is very much on Marvel.

In addition to the announcements for The Avengers and for Spider-Man, it was announced this morning that the Guardians of the Galaxy will be making their way to the expansion. You’ll be able to pick-up Star-Lord and Gamora in the playset while Rocket, Groot and Drax will be sold individually. All five figures will be available this fall, so not long after the team makes its big screen debut on Aug. 1 in the U.S.

In addition to the new figures there will also be some Guardians-themed power discs for you to pick up. You can see all of the new figures and screenshots of the playset above. Below you’ll find the list of discs along with a trailer. It’s beginning to look like it’s going to be a very big fall for Disney Infinity.

  • Space Armor – Unlock Gamora’s out of this world Space Armor costume for added protection against enemies. Who says fashion can’t be functional too?
  • Marvel Team-Up: Yondu – Fight alongside this powerful, arrow shooting ally and send enemies running for their lives
  • Groot’s Roots – Theme out your Toy Box world with Groot’s Roots. It’s sure to grow on you!
  • Groot’s View – Embrace your inner green thumb and theme Toy Box skies out Groot-style
  • Star-Lord’s Galaxy – Turn your Toy Box into Knowhere – Star-Lord’s home base in the Galaxy
  • The Rip – Turn Toy Box skies into the skies of Knowhere with this Power Disc and transport yourself to the outer edge of all space and time


Sean P. Aune

Sean P. Aune has been a professional technology blogger since July 2007, but his love of tech dates back to at least 1976 when his parents bought...

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