Meet New Versions of Disney Characters in This Unique Adventure Game

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If you love Disney characters and love seeing them in games like the classic Kingdom Hearts series, then you might want to try this new Disney role-playing game! Disney and mobile game developer Kabam have announced the Disney Mirrorverse release date, and this team-based action role-playing game looks as exciting as its name sounds!

A new trailer has also been released, revealing which Disney characters are appearing in the game. Take a look at the trailer below!

In this Kabam video game, “a stellar explosion has given birth to a dark and altered universe” called the Mirrorverse, and lots of alternate versions of Disney characters are in the Mirrorverse fighting against the Fractured. According to, “dark and light magic have elevated certain characters into Mirrorverse Guardians who fight against the Fractured, who seek to shatter both realities”.

Instead of traditional Disney characters, each Disney character or Pixar character (such as Maleficent, Sulley, and the Genie) is a different, more ethereal and multidimensional version of himself or herself. Monsters, Inc.‘s Sulley will be wearing “power armor crafted out of materials from the movie’s Scare Floor”.

We can see from the trailer that Disney princess Belle fromĀ Beauty and the BeastĀ (1991) is also a character that players can use!

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Monsters Inc. character Sulley as one of the Disney Mirrorverse figures in the Disney Mirrorverse. Credit: @Mirrorverse

Like other Kabam games, Disney Multiverse will include a campaign and story quest for players to follow during gameplay, with a team of characters that can fight in real-time or fight automatically, and there will also be plenty of opportunities for multiplayer gameplay, quests, and alliances.

New content and new characters are expected to be released monthly, but there are already at least 40 Disney or Pixar characters ready for battle!

“The goal really is to give our players characters that resonate with them,” Mark Raham, the Executive Producer on Disney MirrorverseĀ for Kabam, told “And Disney’s this wonderful, broad, global beloved brand. We want to make sure there’s something in there for our players that they really resonate with. So, you’ll see for sure the Elsas and the Jack Sparrows and sort of the franchise blockbuster characters.”


Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Swann and Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl’ Credit: Pinterest

Fans ofĀ Frozen movies or theĀ Pirates of the CaribbeanĀ movies (or Captain Jack Sparrow) will be pleased to hear that particular news about the popular Disney Mirrorverse figures in the new mobile game!


Queen Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell), Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel), Olaf (voiced by Josh Gad), Sven and Kristoff (voiced by Jonathan Groff). Credit: Disney

Raham also added that players will “also see some dark horse picks that we know resonate with our audience. So, Scrooge McDuck is one. He hasn’t been in a movie for a while, but we talked to our players. They grew up watching DuckTales, like, ‘Scrooge is the man.’ So, there are choices like that that once you understand kind of the depth and the breadth of what Disney means to people and the way that we can bring that out in our game, it really has kind of helped guide us in trying to give people an amazing experience that really resonates with who they are now, as well as who they were when they were kids.”

Disney Mirrorverse will launch on June 23 for iOS and Android mobile devices through the App Store and Google Play. Are you going to play this mobile game from Disney, or do you prefer Disney’s Sorcerer Arena mobile game?

This Disney mobile game will also be perfect for Marvel fans who have been enjoying the concept of a multiverse in the newest additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (especially in the upcoming Marvel movieĀ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness) or fans of previous Kabam games!


About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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