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Former Disney Infinity Studio Resurrected To Work On Cars 3 Game

Avalanche Software was closed by their parent company after Disney Infinity was cancelled. However, Warner Bros. Interactive has now announced that they will reviving the developer to work on the Cars licence. Avalanche’s Octane engine will be used to develop a game based on the upcoming Pixar sequel Cars 3. It’s certainly interesting to see that the studio is coming back together, Disney Infinity fans no doubt praying this could mean a revival of the series.

“It is a tremendous pleasure to welcome Avalanche Software into our development stable, and we look forward to working with our new team, Pixar Animation Studios, and DCPI to create  based on the upcoming film and hugely popular franchise,”

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6 thoughts on “Former Disney Infinity Studio Resurrected To Work On Cars 3 Game”

  1. So, they’ll make a mediocre cash grab game taking advantage of Cars 3, but not Disney Infinity which is something a large amount of people actually care about? What the fuck?!

    1. Ok, ok, fine, I can admit that. But people cared regardless. I don’t really care myself since Disney Infinity is horrible gameplay wise.

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