A couple months ago, it was announced that the ongoing Disney Infinity project is being shut down, its development studio shuttered, and that Disney is exiting the video game publishing business. Evidently, it was ultimately due to issues with turning profits from the overstock of unsold toys. It was only a matter of time, then, until online would be pulled from the existing game, and Disney has recently shed light on what the process of this will look like.
The process has already begun today, with online support and services being procedurally removed from the various versions of the game across all platforms. Some versions of the game will even be removed entirely. Fortunately, Nintendo users will still have some extra time, as the online and community support for consoles will still be up until 3rd March, 2017. After that, online in Disney Infinity will close down for good, but you will still have full access to all toys and play sets that are compatible with the game.
What do you think? Are you disappointed to see the end of online in this game? What did you think of Disney Infinity? Share your thoughts in the comments below.