Disney Infinity’s ‘The Force Awakens’ Play Set Causes Controversy
For fans of the “Star Wars” film franchise, and especially of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, the adventure doesn’t stop with the films, and other spin offs. After all, fans can still go on countless adventures with their favorite characters in Disney Infinity 3.0, which has just unveiled its “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” play set. WARNING: This article may contain spoilers for “The Force Awakens” play set.
Ever since the conception of Disney Infinity, fans of Walt Disney discovered that they could go on countless adventures with their favorite characters, and that they could revisit story lines that they love.
As Disney has acquired the entire “Star Wars” franchise, it is not surprising that Disney Infinity has included play sets that center around the iconic film franchise.
However, just recently, according to the official website of “Star Wars”, Disney Infinity 3.0 has finally released their “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” play set, which will ensure that fans of the latest installment of the franchise will be able to play the time away until “Episode VIII”.
Players will be able to help save the galaxy from the clutches of the First Order by playing as Finn, a former First Order stormtrooper, and as Rey, a resourceful and Force-sensitive girl with a mysterious past.
Players will also interact with X-wing Resistance pilot Poe Dameron, and the menacing Kylo Ren.
Aside from these characters, other characters that players will be interacting with, and that can be unlocked during the game are the characters from “Star Wars: Twilight of the Republic”, “Star Wars: Rise Against the Empire” and characters from “Star Wars: Rebels”.
However, it seems as if the gameplay itself has already sparked a controversy, as ComicBook.com reported that a walk through tutorial of the game that was released on YouTube, mentioned that part of the script may have revealed Rey’s true identity.
In the video, when Rey confronts Kylo Ren, it seems as if he calls her “cousin”. However, several who have commented on the article clarified that Kylo Ren said “curses”, and not “cousin”, as others had thought.
Are you excited to play the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Play Set on Disney Infinity 3.0? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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