Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Patch Brings Update And Improvements


Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition has been treated to a new patch, which coincided with the release of the new Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set.

This presents “many important updates and improvements to the game,” which have been meticulously outlined by Disney Interactive. While largely introducing support for the new Play Set and figures, other notable highlights see it add a local multiplayer option to Flynn’s Arcade as well as Toy Box Memory improvements.

New Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set

  • The brand-new Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set can now be accessed when the Play Set piece is put down on the base
  • This includes rebalanced move sets for Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition): Marvel Super Heroes characters inside of the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set
  • Added Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set feats

New Figures

The Hall of Heroes is expanded to make room for newly-added figures.

The following Figures can now be used in the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set and Toy Box 3.0:

  • Captain America – The First Avenger
  • Ant-Man
  • Black Panther
  • Vision

The following Figures can now be used in Toy Box 3.0:

  • Judy Hopps
  • Nick Wilde
  • Baloo

New Ways to Play in Flynn’s Arcade

  • Added a local multiplayer option. You can now open a Toy Box Cabinet in split-screen mode
  • Added new feature that matches a player with a random Toy Box Cabinet where other players are waiting to join
  • You can now replay a game within a Toy Box Cabinet

Improved Toy Box

  • Toy Box Memory improvements
  • Improvements to saving your progress in the Toy Box
  • Fixed various bugs in the Toy Box, including the Toy Box Hub

Improved Play Sets

  • Improvements to saving your progression in Play Sets
  • Improved game performance across all Play Sets

General Improvements

  • Improved network multiplayer
  • Fixed minor bugs
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