NOTE: This is the compatibility list for Disney Infinity 2.0. Looking for compatability for Disney Infinity 3.0? CHECK IT OUT OVER HERE!
With a game like Disney Infinity, with it’s assumed to be yearly releases, obviously a question that may will ask is… what is compatible? It’s a great question, and I want to make it as easy as possible. So I’m making this guide that will hopefully answer any questions you may have.
While obviously many will question what items will be compatible with the new games, I want to start the opposite way.
What systems is Disney Infinity 2.0 Compatible With?
Disney Infinity 2.0 is available on the following systems: Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and the Nintendo Wii U.
Nintendo Wii & Nintendo 3DS are not supported, and will not be supported going forward.
There are also digital versions available for the PC and iOS platforms.
Will the figures, power discs, playsets, etc. from Disney Infinity 2.0 work in Disney Infinity 1.0?
No. Unfortunately if you want to play any of the new items from Disney Infinity 2.0. You will have to purchase 2.0.
What items from Disney Infinity 1.0 will be compatible with Disney Infinity 2.0?
Now is when the confusion will start. But hopefully this chart will help.
Will figures from Disney Infinity 1.0 work with Disney Infinity 2.0?
Yes! — If you remember your figure level is stored on the figure itself. So even your figure level will continue into Disney Infinity 2.0. Even if you switch platforms!
Will power discs from Disney Infinity 1.0 work with Disney Infinity 2.0?
Will playsets from Disney Infinity 1.0 work with Disney Infinity 2.0?
Unfortunately no. But don’t get rid of those playset pieces yet! If you place the playset piece on the base while playing Disney Infinity 2.0, you will unlock all the toys you would have unlocked from that playset (even ones in the vault!)
Will toyboxes that were created in Disney Infinity 1.0 work with Disney Infinity 2.0?
Will my base from Disney Infinity 1.0 work with Disney Infinity 2.0?
Yes and no. This can be somewhat confusing, but I think it’s easiest to view the bases in three groups.
- Group A: Xbox 360 — this base only works with this system.
- Group B: Xbox One — this base only works with this system.
- Group C: Wii, Wii U, Playstation 3, and Playstation 4 — these bases are all interchangeable
- NOTE: Disney Infinity 2.0 is NOT available on the Nintendo Wii. If you have a Wii base you can use that base with the WiiU, PS3, and PS4 consoles, but the 2.0 software is not available for the original Wii
So if you purchased Disney Infinity on Xbox 360 and want to get the game on a Playstation 4 or Xbox One, you need a new base.
If you purchased Disney Infinity on the Wii and want to play on the Playstation 4, you do not need a new base.
In other words, you will not need a new base if you are going to be playing Disney Infinity 2.0 on a console that is in the same bae ‘group’. If you’re playing Disney Infinity 2.0 in a different base group than you did on Disney Infinity 1.0, you’ll need a new base.
Will I be able to play Disney Infinity 2.0 without having to purchase a Starter Pack?
Are there differences between the Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack and the Disney Originals / Toy Box Starter Pack?
No! They both include the exact same software. You can still access the Toy Box mode in the Marvel Starter Pack, and you can still access the available Marvel play sets in the Toy Box Starter Pack.
You could buy the Marvel Starter Pack and then buy all Disney figures. You could buy the Toy Box Starter pack and buy all Marvel figures. Both Starter Packs include the same Disney Infinity 2.0 software.
Play sets are only playable by the Marvel figures.
Will I be able to purchase the Toy Box Game Discs separately?
Hopefully this helps! I’ll be adding to the guide as more questions arise, so if you think of any new questions, please feel free to ask in the comments so I can add the question into the guide!