Disney Infinity 2.0 trailer offers a first look at Maleficent and Merida

The latest Disney Infinity 2.0 trailer offers a first look at the Mistress of All Evil, Maleficent, and Brave's fiery princess, Merida.

The trailer, which you can watch above, follows Merida as she explores the game's world and has an unpleasant run-in with Maleficent. Figures will be sold separately and each comes with its own special abilities.

Disney Infinity's Maleficent is modeled after the recent film starring Angeline Jolie of the same name. Maleficent is a live-action retelling of the famous story of Sleeping Beauty from the viewpoint of the villainess.

Princess Merida made her debut in the 2012 film Brave. The story is set in the Scottish Highlands and follows the rebellious princess as she works to undo a spell placed on her mother.

Both characters were confirmed for Disney Infinity 2.0 late last month, following teasers on Twitter.

Disney Infinity 2.0 is set to launch in September. The upcoming edition adds characters from the Marvel universe, such as Captain America, Iron Man and Black Widow, to the game's Disney lineup. It will be available for iOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U and Windows PC.

For more on Disney Infinity 2.0, check out our interview with executive producer John Vignocchi.

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