It's the first game in Disney's history that allows the player to mix and match characters and settings from all your favorite flicks.
“They'll identify with all the characters, Davy Jones is Davy Jones, Mr. Incredible is Mr. Incredible,” said Marcus Fisher, Avalanche Software, the company behind its concept and design.
“When we first started working on this there was an expectation that we'd have to go outside of Utah to find the talent to do this,” said John Bunker, Avalanche Software. “But the designers that we used we're right here in our own house.”
The team gave ABC 4 Utah a look inside the 3D open-world game in which players control their favorite Pixar or Disney character and have unlimited possibilities to create their own stories.
The Utah designers said it's a dream to work with the characters so many have grown to love.
“All the characters that we know and love, I’m a huge fan of Pirates, I’m a huge fan of The Incredibles, the idea of working with them is unbelievable to me,” said Fisher.
But there's more. The creators say the game will be huge when it comes to parents interacting with their kids. Families can play the game together without actually being together.
“On my iPad I can build a level for my boy to play, submit that to the cloud, he can download it, and play my challenge that I build for him,” said Bunker.
Disney Infinity is available for most gaming systems as well as smart devices including tablets and mobile phones. A starter pack for your family will cost around $75.