London commuters were unexpectedly immersed in an epic piece of 3D artwork underneath Southwark Bridge, to mark the launch of the new Rise Against the Empire Play Set for Disney Infinity 3.0: Play Without Limits.
The artwork, created by world-renowned artists 3D Joe and Max, is a re-creation of the iconic Death Star trench run from Star Wars: A New Hope, and is featured in the Rise Against the Empire Play Set out Friday 2nd October, which features iconic moments from the original Star Wars trilogy.
Located a few minutes’ walk from London Bridge Station and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre on Bankside, the artwork stretches 15 metres along the walkway underneath Southwark Bridge, complete with sounds effects of ships, laser fire and droids. The artwork will be available for fans to experience until 8pm Friday 2nd October.
Disney Infinity 3.0 is the latest installment in the highly successful “toys-to-life” franchise, bringing together characters from across The Walt Disney Company for the ultimate family gaming experience.
The Star Wars Rise Against the Empire Play Set allows fans to embark on galaxy-spanning missions with legendary Jedi Luke Skywalker, Rebel leader Princess Leia Organa, heroic smuggler Han Solo and his trusty co-pilot Chewbacca to help defeat Darth Vader and overthrow the evil Galactic Empire. Featuring non-stop action, players can explore open world planets like Tatooine on foot or on a Bantha, take down AT-AT walkers aboard a snowspeeder on Hoth, out-maneuver stormtroopers on a speeder bike on Endor, and partake in epic space battles in an X-wing Starfighter to destroy the Death Star.