Disney Infinity 3.0 is a 2015 video game from Avalanche Software. The game was the first (and last) Disney Infinity title to fully feature Star Wars. It ran from August 30, 2015 until March 3, 2017, when all online services were made unavailable, however the game's Toy Box creation and individual Play Sets are still fully playable.
In Disney Infinity 3.0, players can play as their favorite characters from Disney, Lucasfilm, and Marvel properties, and content was also produced for movies released around the time of the game's release, including Inside Out, Finding Dory, Alice: Through the Looking Glass, Zootopia, and more. Disney Infinity 3.0 focuses more on Star Wars, giving players the chance to play as their favorite characters from the Star Wars saga. Players can play through three different Playsets; Twilight of the Republic, Rise Against the Empire, and The Force Awakens.
Twilight Of The RepublicEdit
The Twilight of the Republic Play Set's storyline is based on the events of Star Wars: The Clone Wars from 32 to 22 BBY. Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Yoda and Ahsoka Tano discover a reactivated droid factory on the planet Geonosis, and the four Jedi then decide to find out who is the mastermind behind the newly created droid army. As the story progresses, the pair cross paths with General Grievous, Jabba the Hutt, Cad Bane, Mace Windu, Sebulba, Padmé Amidala and the main antagonist Darth Maul, and travel to planets like Coruscant, Naboo and Tatooine.
The Battle of GeonosisEdit
When starting the Twilight of the Republic playset, the story first takes place during the Battle of Geonosis with the Grand Clone Army supplied by the Galactic Republic against the Separatist Droid Army supplied by both the Trade Federation and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. During the battle, the Jedi heroes dispatched by the Jedi Council, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano and Yoda receive a hologram of Jedi Masters Plo Koon and Aayla Secura telling them that the battle droid factory on the planet has been activated. The heroes set off to find the battle droid factory entrance. On the way, they are locked in a battle with more battle droids in the arena, where the Jedi rescued Skywalker, Kenobi and Padmé Amidala.
When the stand off is over, the heroes meet Plo Koon at the entrance to the droid factory. The bridge is disengaged and the heroes have to find a way to connect the bridge to get across the cliffs. Once done, Plo Koon accesses the control panel to open the door to the battle droid factory while the heroes fight off battle droids to keep Plo Koon safe until the door opens.
The heroes then enter the droid factory while being intimidated by the Separatist Droid leader General Grievous over intercoms throughout the factory. After a stand off with Grevious' MagnaGuard droids, the Jedi find Grievous and are locked in combat. Once defeated, Grievous reveals who was helping with the activation of the factory, TD-54, a protocol droid similar to others like C-3PO, TC-14, etc.
Ambush on CorsucantEdit
The Jedi leave Geonosis to take Tee-Dee to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. However, they are locked in a stand-off against the Trade Federation flagship and vulture droids, with a fleet of Venator-class Star Destroyers to accompany and aid the Jedi. After the fight in space, the Trade Federation flagship enters hyperspace, leaving the Jedi and the Republic fleet behind. Once clear, the Jedi sets course for Coruscant.
The Jedi then arrive and guide Tee-Dee to the Jedi Temple to meet Jedi Masters Plo Koon, Aayla Secura and Mace Windu. The Jedi encounter Senator Amidala, who tells the Jedi that she is leaving to see the Chancellor on Naboo for a conference, and tells Anakin she will be sure to call for help if she needs it before she leaves.
The Jedi then arrive at the main council room at the top of the temple. After a brief discussion on what to do with Tee-Dee, Plo, Secura and Windu come to the conclusion that Tee-Dee's memory banks must be opened at the Tech Citadel in order to retreive the information needed to find out who activated the droid factory. The Jedi agree and escort Tee-Dee to an airspeeder to take to the Tech Citadel. But the Jedi are gunned down by the bounty hunter Cad Bane, and he steals Tee-Dee and flees. It is revealed that Cad Bane is riding in the airspeeder used by bounty hunter Zam Wesell from Star Wars: Episode II Attack Of The Clones.
When Anakin is told by Obi-Wan to stop Cad Bane, he hops into his airspeeder that he rode in Attack Of The Clones as well. Anakin chases Cad Bane through the streets of Coruscant while Bane is making intimidating remarks back to Anakin while Tee-Dee is screaming and scared. After the chase through the streets and the lower levels of Coruscant, Anakin and Cad Bane reach the top of the Jedi Temple. In a desperate attempt to keep his enemy at bay, Bane rams his airspeeder against the communications tower on top of the temple, knocking it down and critically damaging his speeder. Bane, furious that his speeder is damaged, tries to escape and maneuver past other passing vehicles in his path while Tee-Dee glitches in and out after being rammed into the communications tower telling Anakin to stop him.
Once Cad Bane can no longer flee from the Jedi, he crash lands on the lower section of Coruscant. Upon crash landing, Tee-Dee's head breaks free from his body but both Tee-Dee and Cad Bane survive the crash, only with Tee-Dee's head completely broken off but still functional, and Cad Bane barely unscathed and no injuries. The Jedi corner Cad Bane but Bane escapes, sending his Nikto thugs to fight the Jedi. After the fight, the Jedi find Cad Bane, who throws Tee-Dee's head off the balcony, but Ahsoka saves the head by using the Force, and Cad Bane escapes by using his jetpack.
Second Round of PodracingEdit
After bringing Tee-Dee's head back to the Jedi Temple, the Jedi Masters send it to the Tech Citadel to open up the memory banks. The Jedi are congratulated and leave Coruscant and head to Tatooine, Anakin's home planet, which is the location of who was behind the activation of the droid factory on Geonosis, the crime lord and vile gangster Jabba the Hutt, revealed by Jedi Masters Plo, Secura and Windu back on Coruscant.
Once arriving on Tatooine, the Jedi are told by Windu that Jabba was the last owner of Tee-Dee and to look for his private box in the Podracing arena in Mos Espa. The Jedi make their way to Jabba's private box, only to be declined of entry by his two Gamorrean guards outside. However, the Gamorrean guards offer the Jedi a task in order to enter which is destroying battle droids and retrieving Jabba's special cargo from one corner of the spaceport. The Jedi agree and do what is told by the Gamorrean guards.
Once the special cargo is given to the Gamorrean guards, they let the Jedi enter whenever they want from now on. The player has a chance to free roam on Tatooine and perform tasks for the civilians if they want.
Upon entering Jabba's private box, the Jedi meet the crime lord, who is being entertained by his Twi'lek dancers, and question him about Tee-Dee and the activation of the droid factory on Geonosis. Jabba denies that he had anything to do with it, until Anakin steps in to make an offer. Anakin offers a rematch between him and Sebulba, the Dug that used to intimidate him as a little boy, and that if Anakin wins the race, Jabba should tell the Jedi who, or what, helped him activate the droid factory. Jabba asks what he would get if Anakin loses, and Anakin offers to take him, Obi-Wan, Ahsoka and Yoda as new slaves for the market. Yoda just shakes his head while Tano and Kenobi look at Skywalker in shock.
Jabba accepts the offer and Kenobi states that he has a bad feeling about it, as usual. Once satisfied with the offer, the Jedi head for the garage to fix Anakin's old Podracer, until they see the mechanic being cornered by Nikto thugs. The Jedi save the mechanic and he offers to lend his landspeeder for transportation around Tatooine if needed back at the garage. The mechanic then says that he needs to find parts to fix the Podracer, and that the Jedi will need a metal detector to find 3 gyro rings.
Once finding them, the mechanic says he needs control rods and energy binders to finish the Podracer. The Jedi try to find the energy binders in the Tusken Raider camps on the other side of Tatooine, while being ambushed by Tuskens. Once the Jedi find what is needed, the mechanic says that the control rods are lodged in the mouth of the Sarlacc in the Great Pit of Carkoon. Once retrieving said part, both them and the mechanic set to work using all three parts.
When the Podracer is fixed, the race begins and the announcer is making comments about the racers as they pass through parts of the raceway. When Anakin finishes the race, the mechanic back at the garage congratulates him and makes a funny comment about seeing the look on Jabba's face when he has to do what Anakin offered him, and encourages Anakin to get to his private box before he escapes.
The Shadow Collective Invades TatooineEdit
The Jedi head back to Jabba's private box where they find Jabba sending Sebulba away and calling him worthless after losing the race and threatening to feed him to the Sarlacc pit. Ahsoka tells Jabba that a bet is a bet and that he should tell the Jedi about everything, but Jabba swears that he did not have anything to do with it and that the Shadow Collective was behind it. Once realizing that the Shadow Collective was behind it, Obi-Wan says that not only was the Shadow Collective involved, but the Sith apprentice Darth Maul was behind it too. Yoda says it's most troubling news and Anakin asks Jabba about where Maul is taking the war machines and Jabba says that Maul's cargo ships were en route to the planet Naboo but declines to tell the Jedi what he is doing. Anakin says that Maul is targeting the peace conference between Padme and the Galactic Senate.
The Jedi hear a voice agreeing with them, and they see Mandalorian Shadow Collective Death Watch commandos infiltrating Jabba's private box, and the Jedi find themselves battling against the Death Watch commandos while the spectators in Jabba's private box try to flee.
After defeating the Death Watch commandos, Jabba states that he is impressed by the powers the Jedi hold to take them out. The Jedi then receive a hologram of Windu telling them that Darth Maul is heading for Naboo and targeting Amidala's peace delegation and that the Jedi need to go there immediately. The Jedi leave Tatooine and set course for Naboo.
Search for Darth MaulEdit
Upon arriving to Naboo, the Jedi find that Maul and the Shadow Collective are blockading the planet with Trade Federation battleships and the Republic fleet comes in to defend the planet. The Jedi are unable to land on Naboo until they take out enemy vulture droids. After shooting down some of the vulture droids attacking the Republic fleet, some of the Naboo starfighters step in to help while the Venator-class Star Destroyers charge up their main guns. With the remianing vulture droids shot down, the Republic fleet fires their main guns at the Trade Federation flagship, destroying it. When the orbital zone is clear of enemy forces, the Republic fleet leaves Naboo and the Jedi land on the planet to find Darth Maul.
Once inside the hangar bay that is docking all Naboo starfighters, the Jedi find the gungan Jar Jar Binks in his clumsiness with his foot hanging on to one of the hooks of a crane and Jar Jar is calling for help to get him down. Jar Jar then sees the Jedi and asks them to get him down from the crane and he will tell them where the battle droids are keeping Padme.
The Jedi help Jar Jar and he lands safely back on the ground but losing his balance and falling on his back. When Jar Jar gets back up, he states that the Jedi are very cleaver, but his cheerfulness does not last long as Droideka Destroyer Droids appear.
The Jedi take out the Droidekas and save Jar Jar, who is grateful for being saved again. Jar Jar then states that the Jedi will need the best guide on Naboo, but is absent and that Jar Jar will have to guide them. Jar Jar asks the Jedi to find a way to open one of the doors of the hangar bay, but it is jammed. Jar Jar then says he has a plan by accessing a control panel that operates the crane for the Naboo starfighters.
Jar Jar formulates a plan by using the laser canons on one of the starfighters to shoot the door, as long as the Jedi help by pushing a button. The Jedi agree and try to find ways to reach the Naboo starfighter in the middle of the hangar. The Jedi reach the Naboo starfighter and Jar Jar is impressed and gives them the OK to press the button.
Once the Jedi press the button, Jar Jar presses another button on the control panel, only to have the starfighter go completely haywire and start flying around the hangar, knocking down crates in its path. The craft then flies through the jammed door and crashes into one of the walls in the next room.
Jar Jar apologizes for the accident but carries on like nothing happened and instructs the Jedi to take a shortcut through an air duct to the generator room. Jar Jar finds the door the generator room but is unable to open it by himself. Jar Jar asks the Jedi for assistance, which they use the Force to open the door.
Once opened, the Jedi and Jar Jar grind on rails down the narrow hallway while Jar Jar is screaming and laughing at the same time. Once the fun is over, Jar Jar finds himself in an unfamiliar part of the generator but tells the Jedi that it is the way they are supposed to go and asks the Jedi for assistance to open the door once again.
Once inside the main generator, the Jedi and Jar Jar find more battle droids along with Death Watch commandos messing with the controls for the generator. The Jedi defeat the battle droids and Death Watch commandos and Jar Jar accesses a control panel to operate a lift for the Jedi to take to find Padme while he dwells on how he does not like that part of the generator room.
However, Jar Jar is not paying attention as he pushes one button and pushes another button that electrocutes him and raising the lift back up. When Jar Jar lands on the ground after being electrocuted, he is in a daze and confused and is mumbling like he is dreaming.
He recovers and then tells the Jedi they will have to manually climb the towers to get the power back online. While the Jedi perform the task, Jar Jar spouts on different colors he sees. The Jedi fix the lift and the power comes back online and Jar Jar compliments the Jedi for their hard work. Jar Jar then finds that the lift leads directly to Darth Maul and that he will stay in the generator room and not mess with him.
Before entering the lift, battle droids are swarming but the Jedi obliterate them and take the lift up to where Darth Maul is. However, the lift only works for a few seconds and then it stops and Jar Jar says he will fix it, but then a MagnaGuard droid appears but the Jedi destroy it and Jar Jar fixes the lift but it stops working and he tells the Jedi that they will have to climb the lift manually after dealing with more battle droids.
Once the Jedi reach the top, they find Padme and the members of the peace delegation being taken away by Darth Maul. Padme tries to reason with the Sith Apprentice but is interrupted by Maul who says he cares nothing about the peace delegation and that Padme's fate is sealed like the rest. The Jedi step in to stop Maul and the Sith Apprentice states that the Republic and the Confederacy will be turned to ashes and his revenge will be complete. Anakin tells Maul that he is deluded and his hate blinds him.
Final Fight Against the Sith LordEdit
The Jedi are then locked in the final battle against the Sith Apprentice. Maul attempts to escape the Jedi and sends out more Death Watch commandos to keep the Jedi at bay. After defeating the Mandalorians, the Jedi fight Maul a second time in another part of the generator room. Maul, frustrated with his struggle, sends out more battle droids and Death Watch commandos to keep the Jedi at bay as he escapes into the main generator. The Jedi take them all out and fight Maul one last time.
Maul, really angry at his struggle, threatens to destroy the Jedi and they dodge Maul's lethal attacks. Obi-Wan says they can only defeat Maul if they all fight as one. The Jedi then combine their powers of the Force to hold Maul back from attacking them. The Jedi use their final Force blast and knock Maul off the platform and he plummets into the pit below.
The Jedi think Maul has died but Yoda says that Maul may be defeated for now and the Dark Side of the Force is strong with him and will not be defeated so easily next time. That evening, Padme thanks the Jedi for saving her and the other delegates from Darth Maul ruining the chances of ending the Clone Wars. With their troubles gone, they could work together towards a ceasefire. Anakin reassures Amidala that the Jedi will do anything and everything to end the war. Amidala and Jar Jar depart.
Ahsoka asks what is next, but Anakin says the battle is not over yet and that they have not seen the last of Darth Maul. Obi-Wan adds that they have not seen the last of General Grievous or Cad Bane either. He then says that they attract all kinds of unpleasant beings. Yoda then says there are more worlds to visit and more stories to tell, and that the galaxy is safe for now, ending the story.
After completing the playset, the player has a free chance of free roaming aorund the planets and completing side missions. They can also be put in the middle of the action during space battles against enemy vulture droids and helping out other Republic ships.
Rise Against The EmpireEdit
The Rise Against the Empire Playset storyline is based on the events of the classic Star Wars trilogy, with some differences. Differences include the storyline (which almost closely follows the original stories of A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return Of The Jedi), free roam in space aboard ships like the Millennium Falcon, TIE fighters and even the X-wing starfighter. The Playset revolves around Luke Skywalker, his sister Princess Leia Organa, Han Solo and Chewbacca finding themselves locked in a stand-off with the forces of the evil Galactic Empire in the years 0 BBY to 4 ABY, during the outbreak of the Galactic Civil War.
The Story of A New Hope BeginsEdit
When first starting the Rise Against The Empire Playset, the story begins with the events of A New Hope with Princess Leia's personal starship, the Tantive IV, being pursued by a Star Destroyer, the Devastator. However, the main crew is escaping the Tantive IV along with C-3PO and R2-D2, the astromech droid who is carrying the plans and readouts of the Death Star, which was destroyed by the Rebel Alliance during the Battle of Yavin. When the main crew escapes the Tantive IV aboard an escape pod, the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Vader orders his stormtroopers to send a detachment down to the desert planet of Tatooine to retrieve the plans to the Death Star the heroes have stolen. After dodging asteroids and TIE fighters, the escape pod with the main crew crash lands on Tatooine, but they survive with no casualties. They then make their way to the escape pod the droids were in, but they are gone.
C-3PO contacts the crew over a comm link, telling them that the Jedi general from the Clone Wars Obi-Wan (Ben) Kenobi is on Tatooine. The crew fights off Tusken Raiders and reach Ben's old hut. Once inside, the group discusses the situation of delivering the Death Star plans to Leia's home planet of Alderaan and needing a transport to get them there. Han brings up the idea of traveling to Alderaan on his ship, the Millennium Falcon, but C-3PO reminds Han that the Falcon is locked away in Mos Eisley because he forgot to pay the credits he owes the crime lord Jabba the Hutt. The crew decides to try to get the Falcon back and they head to Mos Eisley, but Ben tells Luke that he has something for him from his father, the lightsaber owned by his father during the Clone Wars. Luke tells Ben that he thought his father was a navigator on a spice freighter. Ben tells Luke that his father was the best star pilot in the galaxy and a Jedi until the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Vader "betrayed and murdered" his father. Ben then tells Luke that with proper training, he could become a Jedi as well.
In Mos Eisley, the crew earns the credits they need to pay Jabba, but he is absent and his aide, Bib Fortuna, takes over. Once getting the Falcon back, the crew leaves Tatooine and sets course for Alderaan. The scene where Alderaan is destroyed by the Death Star is omitted in the game. When the crew reach the original spot where Alderaan was, they find an asteroid field in its wake. Wondering where Alderaan went, Ben says that it was completely destroyed by the Empire. Leia feels the sorrow for the lives that were lost until they reach the Death Star.
Inside The Death StarEdit
When the Falcon lands inside the hangar bay, the crew are told to make their way to the control room in the upper levels and that R2-D2 will read the Imperial computer network to find the tractor beam that is holding the Falcon there so they can disable it and leave. The crew make their way to the control room and R2 does a readout of the Imperial computer network and find where the tractor beam is. As the crew head out, Ben tells Luke that his destiny lies on his own path, but Luke insists for Ben to go with them, but Ben says he must go alone. Ben tells Luke that the Force will always be with him and leaves.
As the crew makes their way back to the hangar bay by a shortcut due to the way they came in being sealed off, they fight off Imperial troops and avoid mouse droids in their path until they reach the hangar bay where the Falcon is being guarded by stormtroopers. The crew defeats the troops and heads for the Falcon to escape the Death Star. When the crew escapes the Death Star, the game actually shows Ben Kenobi's death at the hands of Darth Vader. However, after the crew leaves the Death Star, there is no inclusion of the TIE fighter attack sequence as seen in the movie.
Plans For RetaliationEdit
After the Death Star is destroyed during The Battle of Yavin, Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader are planning on how to lure Luke into the Dark side of the Force. This immediately falls into the beginning of the game's version of The Empire Strikes Back. Before the start of The Empire Strikes Back, Palpatine and Vader are seen communicating to each other via hologram, much like how it was seen in the movie after the Battle of Hoth and at the beginning of the Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire novel, but with slight differences from the two. Afterwards, the story then continues with a few chances of free roam on Hoth before Echo Base is attacked by the Empire and the Battle of Hoth begins. With Luke piloting a snowspeeder to take down AT-AT walkers, the Rebels successfully keep the Imperials at bay, but the shield generator is destroyed and the Rebels evacuate Hoth aboard the Rebel Transport.
After the evacuation, Luke encounters Vader before escaping with the rest of the crew. Luke and Vader are locked in combat and then Vader reveals the truth about him being Luke's father like in the movie. When Luke rejects the offer to join Vader, he fights him once more before getting the signal from the crew to escape Hoth. Vader tries to stop them by using the Force to bring down hanging icicles from the interior of Echo Base but fails. Afterwards, the main crew escapes Hoth and into the Asteroid Field. However, instead of hiding inside the space worm to avoid being shot down by Imperial forces, the main crew instead flies the Millennium Falcon through the mouth of the space worm, almost being eaten by it, before collecting a holocron. The story tie-in to The Empire Strikes Back ends right there without the inclusion of going to Bespin, Han Solo being frozen in carbonite on Cloud City or the departure of the bounty hunter Boba Fett, who was never featured in any of the Star Wars playsets until becoming a playable character through a champion coin.
The Battle of EndorEdit
The story then takes place during the events of Return of the Jedi with the main crew getting a message from Admiral Ackbar via hologram. Ackbar debriefs the crew with the details of the second Death Star being almost completely operational over the forest moon of Endor. Afterwards, the crew lands on Endor and meet Han's so-called friend Lando Calrissian, who's actually friendlier in the game than in The Empire Strikes Back. Calrissian makes his only appearance on Endor at the Ewok Village and in the first act of the Battle of Endor.
After traveling to the shield bunker on the other side of the forest, the Battle of Endor begins with a ground battle. The main crew and the Ewoks fight against Imperial troops and AT-ST walkers. After the shield bunker and radar tower is destroyed, the crew and the Ewoks celebrate for a short moment with the Ewoks clinging to Han while Leia feels concerned for Luke as he looks up at the Death Star II in the sky above the planet. Leia asks Luke about it, and Luke tells Leia that Darth Vader is there. Luke makes the decision to save his father and to reveal the good in him before the Rebel Alliance destroys the space station. Leia explains that the Rebels have only one chance of destroying the Death Star II and that she cannot ask them to wait while Luke tries to reason with his father, saying that Luke is walking into a trap. Luke then implies that he will go alone, as to not interfere with the chance of the Rebels destroying the Death Star II, but Han cuts in and says that they are all in it together and asks what could go wrong. C-3PO tries to interject, but Han cuts him short, telling Threepio to "keep a lid on it," and the Battle of Endor continues with the iconic space battle like in the movie. Imperial Star Destroyers battle against the Mon Calamari cruisers along with the Nebulon-B medical frigate Redemption and Ackbar's ship Home One while being aided by Rogue Squadron commandeered by Wedge Antilles, and the main crew, including Lando, flying the Millennium Falcon. After destroying enemy fighters, the crew flies into the Death Star II to begin their attack on the main reactor.
While the battle in space rages on, Luke faces his final fight against Darth Vader. Once Luke defeats Vader, it is not included in the game that Vader's hand is cut off like it was in the movie; the same goes for when Luke fights Vader for the first time on Hoth instead of Bespin, and Luke's hand is not cut off, either. The Emperor tries to persuade Luke to take Vader's place, but Luke declines, saying he will never turn to the dark side and that he is a Jedi like Vader before him. Palpatine then tries to kill Luke with his Force lightning before Vader picks up Palpatine and throws him down the abyss where the reactor is and Palpatine dies. When Luke talks to Vader one last time, the scene where Luke removes Vader's helmet is omitted.
After the showdown with Vader and Palpatine, the Rebels reach the main reactor of the Death Star II and destroy it. Once the Death Star II is ablaze, the Rebels escape with zero resistance just in time and everyone celebrates after its destruction.
At the end of Rise Against The Empire, the ending from the Return of the Jedi Special Edition is seen with everyone celebrating the end of the tyranny of the Empire on the planets Tatooine, Naboo and Coruscant. The ending also shows Ben Kenobi, Yoda and Anakin Skywalker as ghosts. However, in ghost form, Anakin is still wearing his Jedi combat outfit instead of the Jedi robes that Kenobi wears in both regular and ghost forms. After the player completes the playset, he/she has a chance to free roam around the planets and complete side missions if they want. They can also be put in the middle of the action in the space battle during The Battle of Endor in free roam as well.
The Force AwakensEdit
A playset based on Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released in December 2015; it was announced at the D23 Expo that the playset would feature Finn and Rey from the film. Kylo Ren and Poe Dameron were later confirmed as playable characters.
Escaping The FinalizerEdit
The story of the playset for The Force Awakens almost exactly follows that of the film in the year 34 ABY. However, the story begins with Kylo Ren ordering his militia to find the fugitives Poe Dameron, the best pilot in the Resistance, and Finn (also known as FN-2187) who turned his back on the First Order. Poe and Finn fly throughout Ren's Star Destroyer, the Finalizer, which is a Resurgent-class Star Destroyer, and avoid being subdued by First Order troops. The duo makes it out of the Finalizer, but gets shot down before reaching Jakku and the TIE/fo space superiority fighter they are in plummets to the planet. After hearing of the escape, Kylo Ren orders the First Order commander to send a squad of stormtroopers down to the planet to snag BB-8, Poe's astromech droid, and retrieve the data on the location of the missing Jedi Luke Skywalker. Since the playset has a few tie-ins to The Force Awakens, the First Order commander who Kylo Ren communicates with does have a striking resemblance to General Hux. However, this First Order commander has a different hair color scheme, making it brown since Hux has red hair.
Meeting on JakkuEdit
Down on the planet, Finn looks for Poe, but is unable to find him in the wreckage. Finn, thinking he lost Poe and has nothing but his jacket, looks around for civilians. Rey, the scavenger who watched over BB-8, meets Finn and questions him about who he is and where he got Poe's jacket. Finn explains the situation and asks Rey to help him. Rey agrees and she and Finn are about to head to the town to speak with Unkar Plutt for a ship, only to almost be swallowed by a sinkhole. Once Rey and Finn reach the market where Unkar Plutt's shop is, Rey asks Unkar for a ship she could use. Unkar only accepts offers for a price. Once finding that Rey and Finn do not have credits to pay him, he tells them to come back when they are serious, but makes a second option for the duo to trade BB-8 for a ship. Rey declines and states that they will bring the money Unkar needs. Once done, Unkar keeps making the offer to trade BB-8 and Rey refuses. Unkar brings his Jakku scavengers to aid him, only to have his foot slightly injured as BB-8 runs over it. Unkar drops a hologram and Rey and Finn find that BB-8 has a bounty on him that lets the First Order know about his location. Rey and Finn then take the Millennium Falcon, which used to be Han Solo's ship, and attempt to fly out of Jakku, only to be bombarded by First Order TIE fighters. The biggest difference in the chase sequence where Rey and Finn are pursued by the TIE fighters and try to fend them off is that since Disney Infinity did not include the Executor-class Star Dreadnoughts like the Executor from The Empire Strikes Back, the Ravager that crash-landed on Jakku during the Battle of Jakku before the end of the Galactic Civil War was not included, and Rey and Finn are not flying inside it, nor flying inside any of the downed Imperial-class Star Destroyers that were also lost during the Battle of Jakku before the end of the Galactic Civil War.
Boarding The EravanaEdit
After shooting down the enemy fighters, the duo makes it out of Jakku after one or two remaining TIE fighters crash into the remains of one of the Star Destroyers from the Battle of Jakku. However, the trip is cut short when the Falcon stops moving and is caught in a tractor beam and board the Eravana, a Rathtar smuggling vessel owned by the Guavian Death Gang. After being boarded, the duo are greeted by Han Solo and Chewbacca. After a brief introduction, Rey and Finn explain why they took the Falcon. Afterwards, Han has to deal with the Guavians before they get the all clear to leave the Eravana. Aboard the Eravana, the Rathtars are nowhere to be seen. After the crew leaves the Eravana, they land on Takodana to seek help on getting BB-8 back to the Resistance. However, Maz Kanata is omitted from the planet and so is the fight with Rey and Kylo Ren. The crew reach Maz's Castle, then greet the protocol droid Emmie. However, in the game, the main entrance to the castle is permanently closed and cannot be accessed. The only way to get to the point where the crew seek help to get BB-8 back to the Resistance is by climbing up the castle. When the crew reaches the top of the second level of the castle, the cutscene shows the crew outside the entrance to the castle when greeting Emmie. After the crew leaves, the protocol droid GA-97 is hiding from onlookers to pick up information on BB-8. The cutscene then cuts to Kylo Ren and the First Order commander aboard the Finalizer just above Takodana. The First Order commander updates Ren with the location of BB-8 and asks permission to pursue. Ren only nods, not saying a word but clenching his fist tight.
Attack on TakodanaEdit
When the crew leaves Maz's Castle, Rey makes a welcoming statement that she has never eaten much of the food that was in the castle, seeing how hungry she must have been while living the scavenger life back on Jakku. It may seem unreal to some other players, but Rey also makes a remark about how she could barely afford to eat sand with the money Unkar Plutt gives her from her job as a scavenger, since she wouldn't eat anything other than what she is given. Unkar overhears this as he approaches Maz's Castle with his team of scavengers and lets Rey know about it. Rey asks how Unkar managed to travel to Takodana and Unkar says he has his connections and put an Imperial homing device on the Millennium Falcon while calling the ship a scrap heap. Han, seeming offended by Unkar's words, picks a fight with Unkar and his scavengers, with Rey and Finn to aid Han. After the fight, Rey sees BB-8 going somewhere else and asks where while Emmie brings in security to take Unkar Plutt away. Afterwards, everyone sees red lights in the sky, and Finn realizes that the First Order has fired their ultimate weapon and is destroying planets within its reach. First Order TIE fighters are then sent to Takodana and attack Maz's Castle and different parts of Takodana, targetting civilians as well. When the First Order attacks Maz's Castle, Finn picks up the lightsaber instead of Rey. The Outrider, Dash Rendar's ship from Shadows of the Empire, makes an appearance when landing on a platform near Maz's Castle while in free roam or during a mission. After battling several First Order militia on Takodana, Finn, Han and Chewie are cornered until a squadron of Resistance X-Wing starfighters appear in the distance above the ocean behind Maz's Castle. A brief shout of joy from Poe is heard as the X-Wings attack the TIE fighters and enemy forces on the ground.
BB-8 then appears with a hologram of General Leia Organa, who tells Han that he's "in the thick of it" just like old times. Han, surprised by Leia's appearance, asks her how she got to him, and Leia says the Resistance has spies like the First Order thanks to the assistance of the droids C-3PO and GA-97. However, in the hologram with Leia, when C-3PO appears, his red arm is omitted and not seen in a darker color like Leia's clothing. Finn and Poe greet each other, happy to see they are both unscathed. Poe even compliments Finn on the Resistance jacket, even though it was originally Poe's before Finn found it in the wreckage of the TIE fighter they used to fly out of the Finalizer back on Jakku. Since Poe complimented Finn on him wearing Poe's Resistance jacket, Poe lets Finn keep it. Later, Han, Chewie, Poe and Finn board the Millennium Falcon and make the jump to hyperspace en route to Starkiller Base, a weapon similar to the Death Star, that destroyed the Hosnian system before the battle on Takodana. Leia debriefs the crew on Starkiller Base and how the Resistance base could be the next target for the First Order. Leia says she needs someone to infiltrate the base and set charges to the main thermal oscillator to destroy it. Finn offers to help with the mission since he was stationed on the base on a sanitation job, and Poe agrees to help. Han makes an understatement that he might have to go along with the idea, but Poe and Leia play it off as Han's answer to proceed with the mission.
Arriving on Starkiller BaseEdit
They attack enemy ships and Star Destroyers above the planet before making the lightspeed jump past the planetary shield protecting the planet from ships not using lightspeed. Han Solo tries the jump for lightspeed after Finn complains of trying hyperspace again since they jumped to hyperspace from inside the main hanger on the Eravana, and the crew gets past the planetary shield and lands on the planet and infiltrate the base. Once inside the planetary shield, the First Order commander updates Kylo Ren on the Falcon landing on the base and asks Ren if he could send a detachment to investigate the matter while both of them watch the battle above Starkiller Base. Ren denies the commander's permission and states that he will handle it by himself. Once inside the base, the main crew disables the planetary shield to allow the Resistance to enter the planet and attack the thermal oscillator. Afterwards, the crew sets charges inside the oscillator and set them off. However, the scene with Han Solo being killed by Kylo Ren is omitted.
Once the charges go off, Finn and Rey are locked in a final battle with Ren still inside the base for the first time, and then out in the forest for the second and last time. Ren then advances towards Finn and Rey. Finn tries to fight back but is knocked unconscious by Ren. Rey picks up the lightsaber, fights Ren one last time, defeats him, and climbs aboard the Millennium Falcon, taking Finn with her. Once Starkiller Base is destroyed, the Falcon is in space away from the explosion. Leia congratulates Rey on returning the information of Skywalker from BB-8 to the Resistance with the help of R2-D2. Leia states that the battle may be over, but the war rages on and that she needs help and hope, but Rey reassures Leia that if Skywalker is out there, they will find him. The Millennium Falcon jumps to lightspeed, ending the story. After completing the playset, the player will have a free chance of free roaming the planets and completing side missions and favors.
Star Wars RebelsEdit
You can play as characters Ezra, Kanan, Sabine or Zeb from the television series Star Wars Rebels by collecting their champion coins throughout the Republic Era, Rise Against the Empire and The Force Awakens playsets. Their champion coins are scattered all over the galaxy, so do your best to find them.
Easter eggs and triviaEdit
- One of the male Coruscant citizens from the planet and in the Toy Box is Senator Bail Organa.
- One of the Twi'lek dancers in Jabba's private box on Tatooine and in the Toy Box is Oola.
- The layout of Geonosis for the player to explore on is different than in Attack of the Clones.
- The player can land on small isolated moons on the different planets in all three playsets to compete in challenges and earn medals depending on their score readouts.
- In Twilight of the Republic, only the ARC-170 starfighter, Jedi starfighter and Naboo starfighter are flyable in free roam or story missions. In Rise Against the Empire, only the X-wing starfighter, Millennium Falcon, TIE fighter, TIE Interceptor and Darth Vader's TIE Advanced are flyable in free roam or story missions. In The Force Awakens, only the Millennium Falcon, First Order standard and Special Forces TIE fighters, Poe's X-wing and the standard Resistance X-Wing are flyable in free roam or story missions.
- In the Toy Box, if the player has all the power disc sets for the three Star Wars playsets, they will be able to customize their own Star Wars toy boxes. With the Felucia tools and sky power discs from Twilight of the Republic (Skies of Felucia and Forest of Felucia), the player can create a Toy Box world based on the planet Felucia. With the power disc and the image of General Grievous, the player is able to use Grievous' wheel bike from Revenge of the Sith (excluding Grievous since he only appears as a boss fight). With the power disc with the image of Mace Windu (Galactic Team-Up: Mace Windu), the player can call on Windu to appear as an aid for the player during battle for a short amount of time. There are two power discs that have pictures of two ships not seen in the story of Rise Against The Empire, the Y-Wing starfighter and Boba Fett's Slave I. When the player uses the Y-Wing power disc, they can fly it around their toy boxes. When using the Slave I power disc, the player can fly the Slave I around their toy boxes with it as well. The other two power discs have images of different outfits, one for Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia. For Luke, the player can use the power disc Rebel Alliance Flight Suit to change Luke's outfit from his traditional Tatooine moisture farm clothes into his flight suit when he flies different ships in the Toy Box. A similar situation involves outfit changing for Princess Leia. When the player uses the Princess Leia Boushh Disguise power disc, Leia's outfit changes from her traditional Princess of Alderaan robes into her Boushh bounty hunter disguise from Return of the Jedi. In the power disc set for The Force Awakens, a similar outfit change scenario goes for Finn and Poe. For the power disc Finn's Stormtrooper Costume, the player can change Finn's outfit from Poe's Resistance jacket into his First Order stormtrooper armor. For the power disc Poe's Resistance Jacket, the player can change Poe's outfit from his Resistance flight suit into his Resistance jacket, which is what he originally wore before he let Finn keep it. In the power disc Resistance Tactical Strike, the player can use this to cause destructive laser to appear out of nowhere in the sky and strike in front of them. In the power disc Quad Jumper, the player will be allowed to fly the Quad Jumper in their Toy Box when in use.
- The storylines for the Star Wars playsets Rise Against The Empire and The Force Awakens are almost identical to the storyline in the original trilogy and The Force Awakens itself. However, since Twilight of the Republic follows the events of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the storyline is different and not identical to the prequel trilogy.
- Like some of the other Disney Infinity characters, every single playable and non-playable character in the Star Wars playsets almost closely resemble characters from Pixar movies.
- The garbage compactor from the Death Star in A New Hope, sidekick cannon, and any other Star Wars toys that cannot be unlocked in the playsets can only be unlocked in the Toy Box Takeover expansion pack.
- The Star Wars sidekick costumes are based off of all of the playable characters and some non-playable characters in the game like the Ewoks and Hera Syndulla.
- The projector of the Death Star II above the forest moon of Endor from Return of the Jedi can be used as decoration inside the player's Toy Box worlds or their interior in the Toy Box Hub
- The Outrider, Dash Rendar's ship from Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, appears on Tatooine in the Rise Against The Empire playset, and on Takodana in the playset for The Force Awakens.
- Mynocks are everywhere! Some are well hidden that it may seem impossible to collect them
- The Star Wars playset blocks, decorations, etc. are all based on almost every planet seen in the game
- The Death Star trash compactor from A New Hope can only be unlocked by completing a specific part of the Toy Box Takeover Expansion Pack
- All Star Wars characters have special abilities that can be purchased and unlocked from the Skill Tree when they reach a certain overall character or when they reach the maximum level 20
- When the player first starts Disney Infinity 3.0 and links their Disney Account with the game, they will automatically receive an offer to unlock Hera Syndulla to use as a townsperson in their Toy Box, and the Ghost to allow different characters to fly in it. Hera was eventually going to be released as a playable character for Disney Infinity 3.0, but was scrapped when the Disney Infinity series cancelled and shut down production, taking everyone's Disney Accounts with them. The figure design of Hera was revealed as a concept for the character prior to the cancellation of Disney Infinity.
- Ahmed Best as Jar-Jar Binks (voice)
- Anna Graves and Julie Dolan as Leia Organa (voice)
- Corey Burton as Cad Bane (voice)
- Dee Bradley Baker as Boba Fett/Clone Troopers/Unkar Plutt (voice)
- Freddie Prinze Jr. as Kanan Jarrus (voice)
- James Arnold Taylor and Stephen Stanton as Obi-Wan Kenobi (voice)
- James Arnold Taylor as Plo Koon/TD-54 (voice)
- Jennifer Hale as Aayla Secura (voice)
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Jabba Desilijic Tiure (voice)
- Lloyd Floyd as Luke Skywalker (voice)
- Matt Lanter as Anakin Skywalker (voice)
- Matt Sloan as Darth Vader (voice)
- Matthew Mercer as Wedge Antilles (voice)
- Matthew Wood as Grievous/Battle droids (voice)
- Obba Babatundé as Lando Calrissian (voice)
- Sam Witwer as Darth Maul/Sheev Palpatine (voice)
- Daisy Ridley as Rey (voice)
- Steve Blum as Garazeb Orrelios (voice)
- Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron (voice)
- Terrence Carson as Mace Windu (voice)
- Adam Driver as Kylo Ren (voice
- Taylor Gray as Ezra Bridger (voice)
- Tiya Sircar as Sabine Wren (voice)
- Tom Kane as Yoda/Gial Ackbar (voice)
- Anthony Daniels as C-3PO (voice)
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Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 Cork, Jeff. June Cover Revealed – Disney Infinity 3.0. Game Informer. Retrieved on May 5, 2015.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Star Wars Rebels Reveal - Disney Infinity Toy Box TV - Ep.72. Toy Box TV. Retrieved on June 12, 2015.
- ↑ Disney Infinity 3.0 - E3 2015 Trailer. E3. Retrieved on June 15, 2015.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Rey And Finn DIsney Infinity Figures Revealed. Making STar Wars. Retrieved on August 25, 2015.