There’s no question that Disney Infinity 3.0, which is based mainly around the Star Wars franchise, will be a big seller. Ever since the game’s initial announcement a few weeks ago, fans have been buzzing about playing around in each of the respective Star Wars universes, including cinematic and the Twilight of the Republic set based on the animated Clone Wars series.

VentureBeat recently had a chance to chat with Disney Interactive about the forthcoming game, and how various developers are coming together to make it an overall worthwhile experience for players of all ages, and not just fans. “We want to bring these great brands together,” said John Blackburn, studio vice president and general manager of Disney’s Avalanche Software Studio. “Our goal is to create the best quality family friendly games of the year.”

The developers include Ninja Theory (creators of DMC: Devil May Cry), who’s working to make sure the game’s combat is innovative and fun; Sumo Digital (developers of Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed), who will improve the overall racing mechanics in the game’s many events; and a number of others, totaling eight in all, according to John Vignocchi, vice president of production at Disney Interactive.

However, all of these teams will make sure that the experience comes together as a whole, so players can experiment with everything from Han Solo having shootouts akin to the original Star Wars film to more contemporary events from The Clone Wars. The game will provide ample opportunities for players.

“It was very important to create an authentic and complete Star Wars experience,” said Ada Dunn, vice president of LucasFilm digital business and franchise management for Disney. “We know for research that video games are often the first way that kids experience Star Wars for the first time. We also know Star Wars is a multi-generational property. We often see parents introducing their children to Star Wars in multiple formats, beyond the films.”

Various playsets are being planned for Disney Infinity, including Twilight of the Republic, Rise Against the Empire and one based on the forthcoming The Force Awakens film, which should release around the same time in December. Players will be able to take components from each of these and create their own wondrous experiences, through pre-set campaigns and the interactive Toy Box world. (Sets based on Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out and Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron will also be introduced.)

“We allow players to create and tell their own stories,” said Blackburn. “It’s a competitive advantage for us, as this is the only place you can experience these brands together.”

A first look at the Twilight of the Republic set, provided by Family Gamer TV, can be found below.

Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars will release this fall for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Wii U.