Earlier this year, it was announced that Disney Infinity would cease production, and now even more bad news is here. The servers for the series of games will be shutting down, but not instantly. Instead, it’ll be done out in four phases. If you have console versions of the games with the physical toys, you’re safe from all of this, albeit without the online multiplayer.
Phase one begins today, as Infinity 2.0’s servers for the PC, iOS, Android, and Apple TV are going to close. Come September 30, PC, iOS, and Android servers for the original game will go offline permanently. Each version will be removed from their specific app stores. The PC servers for 2.0 and 3.0 will be offline at this point as well.
Apple TV versions of the sequels will be gone at the end of September as well, but you’ll still be able to download toy boxes for them on it and PC. Come January 3, 2017, in-game purchases will be taken from Disney Infinity 2.0 and 3.0 on PC. Finally, on March 3, phase four will involve PC and Apple TV versions being taken off from stores and no longer playable. All community and online features will be shutdown for all other versions.
Go ahead and play Disney Infinity while you can, guys. And enjoy the time you have.
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