|Unlock||Getting all the statues in the Hall of Heroes (1.0 and 2.0 only), complete any of the 3 Star Wars Play Sets (3.0 only, also requires an Internet connection).|
Disney Infinity 1.0
The Lightsaber can be used as a weapon in the Toy Box of Disney Infinity. It is unlocked when all of the figures in the Hall of Heroes are at least level 1, meaning there is a statue is on each pedestal. A cinematic will play of the lightsaber rising out of the center and waving around. After you leave the Hall of Heroes, you can equip it.
In Disney Infinity 3.0, it becomes available from the Toy Store by completing any Star Wars Play Set, but requires a update to get before it unlocks.
- While it is unknown exactly which character's lightsaber this one is supposed to represent, close inspection will reveal the hilt most resembles the one used by Yoda.
- Before it was revealed what this pack was, the Lightsaber was known as The Ultimate Pack.
- The third hit from the Lightsaber does infinite damage, and can take down all enemies with just the 3 hit combo in Disney Infinity 1.0 and Disney Infinity 2.0.
- Slamming down the lightsaber by holding the attack button also does Infinite damage, this is not the case in Disney Infinity 3.0.
- Despite it being well known for its famous saber locking ability in the films, it lacks the ability to saber lock with the Star Wars bosses in-game, even if a Force wielder (like Anakin Skywalker for example) wields it in-game, it still won't saber lock likely since it would take time to make animations for all characters.
- The Lightsaber has gone through several lighting models before switching to the familiar Star Wars look, in 1.0 it had the same look as it does in 3.0 (with the hilt strongly resembling Yoda's), while in 2.0 it looked like a green glow stick with a hilt (only lighting up while swinging it), in 3.0 it was changed back to the look it had in 1.0 (only with the hilt now resembling Anakin's and Grievous').
- Any character holding it can block while holding the Lightsaber, it doesn't send back projectiles but stops them. However there are certain characters that have the ability Ricochet unlocked in their skill tree, they can still reflect projectiles back with the lightsaber equipped in a similar fashion to the Force Wielders (except they'll flinch like normal when they are reflecting, rather than swinging the saber to block).
- It's the only weapon in the entire Disney Infinity series that goes from a normal unlock in two games (requires players to collect all 1.0 characters for it to appear), to a Play Set unlock in the third installment (which requires Internet access to install an update needed to unlock it, along with completing any of the 3 main Star Wars Play Sets).
- For more game related media, see Lightsaber/Gallery.