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Game Informer’s June cover reveal has let the Disney Infinity 3.0 cat out of the bag, and Star Wars fans will surely be happy about the direction the game will be taking. It was inevitable that the Star Wars franchise would be integrated into the Disney Infinity universe when the company acquired the brand from Lucas many years ago, but now it’s official thanks to the GI reveal.

Disney and Star Wars fans alike will be able to play through two specific playsets that will be set in both the Prequel and Original trilogy timelines. Prequel fans can guide Anakin and Ashoka across the Twilight of the Republic playset, which will be set just after Attack of the Clones, while Original trilogy fans can pick up the Rise Against the Empire playset, which will feature missions set in environments from the good Star Wars movies. Both playsets will feature land and air battles, as well as additional characters to use. For the Twighlight of the Republic set players can purchase Yoda, Obi-Wan, and Darth Maul for use, while the Rise Against the Empire set will allow for Chewie, Han, and Darth Vader. Best of all, both sets of figures can be used in either playset, so prepare for some jacked up Star Wars moments in Disney Infinity 3.0.

Game Informer has even more details, so head on over to consume the content, or wait for the June issue to drop, which will feature a 16-page blowout on Disney Infinity 3.0. There’s also a video the GI team made and the glorious cover art, which you can check out below.

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Via [GameInformer]

 

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