Disney Infinity once appeared destined to become a runaway toys-to-life success in the vein of Activision’s Skylanders or Nintendo’s amiibo. But it wasn’t to be, as Disney shut down game developer Avalanche Studios and announced that Disney Infinity games and products would be pulled from marketplaces in phases concluding this coming March.
The cancellation was so sudden that plans were already in the works for future playsets, one of which was tied to last December’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Kotaku reports that a source close to Infinity’s development divulged plans for multiple Rogue One Disney Infinity figurines. “Most of the Rebel crew” from the movie were to be included in this line. Specifically, Jyn Erso and K-2SO were name-dropped.
The figurines reportedly hadn’t yet reached the production stages yet when Disney Infinity was given the hook, but their designs were close to completion. In fact, figurine artist B Allen even shared the design for Baze Malbus.
And although Allen says “a handful” of Rogue One figurines were finished, “there is a zero [sic] chance that [they] will ever be printed outside of the prototypes already printed.”