Disney Infinity 2.0 roster grows with Tinker Bell and Stitch

Tinker Bell and Stitch are the latest Disney characters to be featured in Disney Infinity 2.0, publisher Disney Interactive announced today.

According to Disney Interactive, the fairy and Experiment 626 were two of the characters that Disney Infinity fans requested most often. The in-game version of Stitch comes with his cosmic blaster, and his abilities include a high jump. Tinker Bell, meanwhile, has magical Pixie Dust and can fly through the air.

Stitch debuted in the 2002 animated film Lilo & Stitch, which was produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation (now known as Walt Disney Animation Studios). Tinker Bell originated in J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, and became a beloved Disney character in the 1953 animated film of the same name.

You can check out screenshots of Stitch and Tinker Bell, as well as images of their physical Toy Box figurines, in the gallery below. Disney Infinity 2.0 is set for release this fall on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Windows PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. For more, check out our interview with executive producer John Vignocchi on adding female characters to the game.

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