Disney Infinity 2.0 must be getting close – new characters are popping up every day or so! Today’s update squishes any idea that Disney‘s only working with the good guys, announcing three mega-powerful Super Villains will be descending onto the game when it launches in September.
As well as a bunch of happier characters, Disney and Avalanche have revealed Ronan the Accuser from Guardians of the Galaxy, Green Goblin from Spider-Man and Loki, the God of Mischief from The Avengers.
- Ronan: Wielding the Universal Weapon, the ruthless Ronan the Accuser is an unstoppable force in both the Guardians of the Galaxy universe and in the Toy Box mode. Cloaking, energy blasts and super human strength are all part of the powerful arsenal at Ronan’s disposal as he vies to become the mightiest villain in the galaxy.
- Green Goblin: Armed with Pumpkin Bombs, the brilliantly nefarious Goblin uses his Electro Shock Gauntlet to dispatch opponents handily in the world of Spider-Man. Super human strength, spectacular super jumps and the ability to charge his bombs into more powerful bolas all make him a villainous force to be reckoned with for both symbiotes and Super Heroes alike.
- Loki: The God of Mischief is at your command when you play as Loki in Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes. Whether hassling Thor and Hulk in the Avengers Play Set or exploring the treasures found in the Toy Box mode, Loki’s sure to have a few tricks up his sleeve. From defeating his opponents with a powerful scepter to projecting decoy versions that bewilder even the cleverest of heroes, Loki is the villain you’ll love to hate. Creating mischief has never been so fun!
Each of these three new villainous introductions will be playable in their respective playsets, and of course will be able to run riot in the Toy Box 2.0 and the shiny new Toy Box games.
Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes is set to hit shelves September 18 – and remember, the Collector’s Edition is amazing. Guess we know who’ll take that seventh spot on the Frost Beast pedestal now, hmmm?