“Big Hero 6” Stars Hiro and Baymax Announced for Disney Infinity 2.0

hiro-baymax-disney-infinityDisney Interactive has officially announced the availability of two of the “Big Hero 6” stars Hiro and Baymax for Disney Infinity 2.0. As usual, each of the figures will have certain abilities that gamers can take advantage of. In the case of these new figures, Hiro has his mind-power and Baymax has super strength. You can use the figures in the Toy Box 2.0 alongside hundreds of items, locations, props and vehicles that span the Disney and Marvel universes. An example of some of the things you can do in the Toy Box 2.0 can be seen in the photo below that includes Hiro, Baymax and Donald Duck alongside props from “The Incredibles” and many others. Along with the figures, a power disc featuring the talents of chemistry wiz Honey Lemon will also be available and a “Big Hero 6” Chem Capsule Power Disc, which allows players to create a cloud of frost that freezes enemies in their tracks.


Key character highlights:

  • Baymax: There is no robot better suited for the Disney Infinity Toy Box 2.0 than the plus-sized inflatable Baymax. While this robot might have a huggable side, he definitely packs a hard armor shell. His Kung Fu fighting moves can ward off even the fiercest of enemies. His rocket fist, super strength and thrusters are unmatched.
  • Hiro and Baymax will be available in North American stores on November 4, 2014. Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition) and additional Disney and Marvel characters will be announced in the future.

Disney Infinity 2.0 “Big Hero 6” Baymax and Hiro Trailer

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