Disney Infinity 2.0 to launch in September 2014, according to official webcast

Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition will launch in September 2014, executive producer John Vignocchi said during this week's episode of the game's official webcast.

After showing off the Marvel Super Heroes toys set to arrive with the next version of the real-world toy/video game hybrid, Vignocci advised viewers to "check out all the Avengers that are going to be part of the 2.0 edition of Disney Infinity out this September."

Disney Interactive and developer Avalanche software unveiled Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition, which is headed to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, Windows PC and iOS, at an event earlier this week. Characters from Marvel's Avengers, including Black Widow, Captain America, Hawkeye, Hulk, Iron Man and Thor, will be available in the game. The next installment will also add larger play sets, flight, hovering, skill trees and new ways to construct your own Toy Boxes.

For more on Disney Infinity 2.0 EditionDisney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes and learn why it's more than just an Avengers game, be sure to read our interview with Vignocci from the game's debut event. Press play below to watch Polygon's original Disney Infinity review.

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