The Power Discs in Disney INFINITY and Disney INFINITY: 2.0 Edition are discs you place on the INFINITY Base to give a character special abilities. A disc is one of two shapes: circular or hexagonal. Circular discs go under your figure to provide stat boosts to your character, while hexagonal disks take the place of your playset piece and provide either texture packs or new toys for your Toy Box. The discs are sold in blind packs with two in each pack for $4.99. In one pack, you can receive two hexagonal disks, two circular disks, or one of each.
Toys R Us is selling exclusive blind packs with exclusive power discs. Each blind pack of Toys R Us come with a rare disc by default.
Ability Discs are the most commonly thought of form of Power Discs. These discs are placed directly under a player's Toy piece. This type of disc is represented by a Red Color and a Star Symbol. The power of an Ability Disc acts a temporary boost in your abilities and it will only affect the player who's character piece is on top of it. If 2 of the same type are added, it doubles the effect. Whenever an ability disc is removed or swapped out from under the player piece, its effect diminishes. As of now, it is currently known that at least 2 Ability Discs can be stacked up beneath each player at a time, so a total of 8 can be in the game at any given time. When 2 select Ability Discs are stacked upon each other, a third effect can be created. Infinity 2.0 added new types of ability discs including sidekick discs, alternate costumes discs and powers discs.
Toy DiscsToy Discs are by far what everyone seems to have the most excitement and enjoyment for! Toy Discs are represented by an Orange Color and a Ball. These Discs have a variety of features to add, with excitement all around. Most of these add-in toys are a variety of novelty rides such as Mickey's Car. However, they sometimes contain weapons such as Carl Fredricksen's Cane from Up. Given the shape of Toy Discs, it seems easy to believe that they would go beneath/on the play set space. Up to 3 can stack up.
Customization Discs are one of the most unique features to ever be a part of gaming experience, and they hold
the key to what makes this game truly the most innovative and unique sandbox game out there. They are represented by a Purple Color and a Paint Brush. As of now, there are only 2 types of these discs in existence, but for each one you find, you know that it has a counterpart. The types are: 'Skydome ' and 'Texture Set '. They have the ability to make the Toy Box something unique and creative in its own. For instance, an Alice in Wonderland Skydome disc will morph the sky to have the appearance as if you were actually in the middle of Wonderland whilst in the Toy Box. The cool thing is that if a universe has a Skydome disc, then it also has a Texture disc. What a Texture disc does, is it morphs the environment to complete the effect. However, you can mix and match textures and skydomes to create a world of your complete imagination.
Rare Discs are power discs that appear within each series of power discs, however they are extremely hard to obtain, as each pack of Power Discs only contains one hexagonal disc. As of now, it seems that all rare discs coming out are of the TOY and Customization disc sets, and they are the ones that everyone has been in awe about non-stop such as the elephant with Abu on it, or even the flying Dumbo seen in several promotional images and trailers. Usually only 3 Rare Discs are in a series.
The rare ones are (for series 2) include the Condorman Glider and the Electric Mayhem Bus.
- Main article: Power Disc Series 1
Listed on the official website, except for the rare discs, which are hinted at.
- Main article: Power Disc Series 2
Listed on the official site. Series 2 was released on November 26, 2013.
Shown but not named on official site. The following are the remaining discs confirmed to be released and will probably end up being released as Series 3
|Violet's Force Field||Ability||The Incredibles||Normal|
|Mickey's Sorcerer Hat||Ability||Fantasia||Normal|
|Disney Parks Parking Lot Tram||Toy (Vehicle)||Disney Parks||Normal|
|Cruella De Vil's Car||Toy (Vehicle)||101 Dalmatians||Normal|
|Phillipe||Toy (Mount)||Beauty and the Beast||Normal|
|Calico Helicopter||Toy (Aircraft)||Bolt||Normal|
|Dragon Firework Cannon||Toy (Weapon)||Mulan||Normal|
|Toy Story Mania Blaster||Toy (Weapon)||Toy Story / Disney Parks||Normal|
|WALL-E's Fire Extinguisher||Toy (Jetpack)||WALL-E||Rare|
|Buy N Large Atmosphere||Customization (Skydome)||WALL-E||Normal|
|WALL-E's Collection||Customization (Terrain)||WALL-E||Normal|
|Danville Sky||Customization (Skydome)||Phineas & Ferb||Normal|
|Tri-State Area Terrain||Customization (Terrain)||Phineas & Ferb||Normal|
Toys "R" Us exclusives
Power Discs exclusive to Toys "R" Us stores (at least for the time being). The round Ability Discs are designated with red transparent plastic and the hexagonal Toy Discs are designated with orange transparent plastic. The image for both is a lenticular image.
In contrast to the "blind bags" for Series 1, 2 and 3 described above where a person does not know which discs are in the package, each of these exclusive packages includes a specific Power Disc that can be identified by the UPC and Product numbers on the back of the bag. The second disc is a common disc from Series 1.
4 of the 10 discs were available as part of Series 2 and distributed as exclusive before the release of that set. 3 out of this 4 discs are holographics compared to their counterparts, only Captain Hook's Ship remains the same in both sets. 6 discs remain true exclusives to this day.
|Name||Type||Franchise||Also Available||UPC Number|
|User Control||Ability||Tron||Series 2||7 12725 02398 0|
|Emperor Zurg's Wrath||Ability||Toy Story||7 12725 02413 0|
|Scrooge McDuck's Lucky Dime||Ability||Duck Tales||7 12725 02399 7|
|C.H.R.O.M.E. Damage Increaser||Ability||Cars||7 12725 02397 3|
|Merlin's Summon||Ability||The Sword in the Stone||7 12725 02414 7|
|Mike's New Car||Toy (Vehicle)||Monsters Inc.||Series 2||7 12725 02400 0|
|Captain Hook's Ship||Toy (Aircraft)||Peter Pan / Disney Parks||Series 2||7 12725 02401 7|
|Stitch's Surfboard||Toy (Hoverboard)||Lilo & Stitch||Series 2||7 12725 02402 4|
|On the Grid||Customization (Terrain)||Tron||7 12725 02403 1|
|TRON Interface||Customization (Skydome)||Tron||7 12725 02404 8|
- The Release Number is the "Series" or "Wave" number that Toys R Us has assigned to it on their website and in their inventory system. This number is separate from Series/Wave numbering used by Disney for the groups of Power Discs they release.
- It is more efficient to complete a disc collection by purchasing the normal silver packs and supplement it with the exclusive gold packs.
- Mike's New Car was the only exclusive disc available at time of launch. This was confirmed with Toys "R" Us customer service.
- The TRON User Control ability disc was released on September 7, 2013 to coincide with the first Power Disc trading event at Toys R Us.
- Emperor Zurg's Wrath and C.H.R.O.M.E Damage Increaser were both released November 3, 2013 as part of the "Race to Space" Crystal Figure pack along with two crystal figures of Lighning McQueen and Buzz Lightyear.
- Scrooge McDuck's Lucky Dime, Captain Hook's Ship (the Jolly Roger) and TRON Interface (called "Making the Skydome" in the "Great Big Toys R Us Wish Finder" catalog for 2013) were released one per week, starting on November 3, 2013.
- The first six exclusive discs are included with the gold Power Disc Capsule, another exclusive product by Toys R Us.
Target began selling an exclusive set on November 19, 2013 containing all 20 Power Discs from Series 2 and a new Power Disc Album to hold them.
Disney Infinity 2.0
A total of 84 discs were announced divided between 42 with Marvel Super Heroes thematics and 42 Disney Original thematics. Both will be made available in different blind packs as to avoid mixed appearences. The Marvel Super Heroes Power Discs will be released at launch on September 23, and the Disney Original Power Discs will be released on November 4, along with the Disney Original Figures.