Disney Infinity‘s servers will be discontinued on March 3, 2017, a new email sent out to Toy Box builders revealed today.
The email outlines the plans for the three different iterations of Disney Infinity across all platforms, including when certain online functionality will cease for each.
Online services and community support across all platforms will be discontinued on March 3, while players on Apple TV and Windows 8 and 10 versions of the game will no longer be able to play the game from that day moving forward.
Changes to Disney Infinity begin as soon as today, July 29. While Disney Infinity 3.0 players can still access in-game purchases on Steam, Infinity 2.0 players on PC, Steam, iOS, Android, and Apple TV devices will no longer be able to make in-game purchases.
More changes come to the series on September 30, when the Disney Infinity Community Team will stop approving new Toy Boxes. Players will still be able to access all already approved Toy Box content on consoles, Apple TV, and Windows 8 and 10 platforms until the March 3 cutoff.
Also on September 30, the original Disney Infinity will no longer be available on the app stores for PC, iOS, and Android. Infinity 2.0 and 3.0 will remain online but no longer have online features, while all Apple TV versions of Infinity will be removed from the platform’s store.
On January 3, in-game purchases will also be removed from the game’s Windows 8 and 10 version, the last major change planned before the game’s servers are discontinued on March 3.
Disney has also provided a Closing FAQ for those looking for more information. Disney will continue to update the official Infinity website to provide more status updates.
Disney announced that the Infinity series, along with all games self-publishing from the company, had been cancelled earlier this year, citing a large financial loss from the game’s production. Disney originally planned to focus on long-term support for Infinity 3.0 rather than debuting a new iteration before the series was cancelled. Reported plans for future updatesincluded Rogue One: A Star Wars Story figures, as well as 12-inch versions of new and existing figures for the game.