Concept Art Leaked For Star Wars Rogue One Character In Disney Infinity

"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is turning out to be one of the most successful movies of 2016 (and is still raking in money now), and news has it that the characters from the film were supposed to appear in Disney Infinity before it was cancelled. Concept art of Baze Malbus (Jiang Wen) has been released online by artist B Allen.

Allen has actually worked on multiple designs for heroes in the game, and checking out his online portfolio will reveal art for characters from movies like "Moana," "The Good Dinosaur" and "Zootopia." There is also concept art for characters in Marvel movies like Captain America, as well as characters from the TV series "Star Wars Rebels" like an aged version of clone commander, Captain Rex.

According to Kotaku, it is possible that the developers behind Disney Infinity were planning on releasing way more characters in the roster since Baze is not even one of the more major characters. With the cancellation of the game, players have now missed out on getting Disney Infinity versions of Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones), Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), K-2SO (Alan Tudyk) and Chirrut Imwe (Donnie Yen). Not to mention the possibility of new villains like Director Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn) and his squad of Deathtroopers.

According to Game Fragger, a lot of fans have been disappointed by the sudden cancellation of Disney Infinity. This could possibly have been because of the severe product mismanagement for the game, which was considered its biggest issue. Anyone looking to complete their "Star Wars" sets for the game will just have to settle with the disappointment. Hopefully the developers could find a way to bring the game back, and make sure that a lot of people's collections will not considered null and void.

As for "Rogue One," the movie is considered to be a stellar hit for Disney, and can still be watched in some theaters today. See the Disney Infinity concept art for Baze Malbus here.

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