Introduction to Disney Infinity 2.0’s Toy Box


Introduction to Disney Infinity 2.0’s Toy Box
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Disney Infinity 2.0 is out today, which means you can get on with a brand new Toy Box experience right now! Things have changed a little bit since the first game, so Family Gamer TV have been having a look at the new Toy Box mode and how things are different now.

If you’re new to Disney Infinity and just looking for a refresher, this introduction should show you around all the features you’ll have at your fingertips when you start creating Toy Boxes of your own.

With the new Toy Box, Family Gamer TV tried out the old playset pieces from Disney Infinity 1.0 on the Infinity Base. While they don’t allow you to play through the same adventures from the previous version of the game, they do unlock all of the toys you could find within those adventures at no extra cost. Toy Box looks even more fun with the inclusion of toys from The Incredibles, Monsters Inc, Pirates of the Caribbean, Cars, The Lone Ranger, and Toy Story!

In “The Introduction to the Toy Box” you can get to grips with the racing components of the game, speeding against the legendary Lightning McQueen and friends from Pixar’s Cars. Once Tony Stark has had his fill of being schooled on the racetrack, it’s time to fly to the desert city of Agrabah (made famous in Disney’s Aladdin) as you go in search of the sparks we need to upgrade Iron Man with his devastating Missile Barrage attack.

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