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How to Use Charged Skill in Disney Speedstorm

Learn how to use charged skills in Disney Speedstorm for extra perks that will help you win.

In a nutshell, Disney Speedstorm could be seen as Disney’s spin on Mario Kart. A racing game where you play as beloved childhood characters, including Mickey, Goofy, Hercules, Sulley, and more, can do no wrong, especially if you count in unique skills and power-ups that each character can unlock.

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Playing around with your character’s special skills is fun on its own, but don’t stop there! Each power-up has its charged variation that gives more unique advantages as you’re trying to beat other racers. In this guide, we will show you how to use charged skills in Disney Speedstorm.

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How to Use Charged Skills in Disney Speedstorm

Using charged skills in Disney Speedstorm is super easy—you just need to hold the Skills button to activate the charged version instead of tapping the button once for the regular version.

Depending on your gaming platform of choice, the Skills button is different:

  • PlayStation—hold the Triangle button
  • Xbox—hold Y
  • PC—hold the Up Arrow key

All Unique Charged Skills in Disney Speedstorm

Disney Speedstorm Mickey
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Besides power-ups like Boost, Fire, or Hack that you can pick up on the road and use in their regular or charged version, you can also activate your character’s unique skills after you reach the ranking of two stars.

In the table below, we give you the overview of unique charged skills for every character in Disney Speedstorm:

CharacterCharged Skill
Mickey MouseTrailblazer: a speed boost that also gives invulnerability
GoofyBarnstormer: a fuel canister that stuns enemies and provides a speed boost
Donald DuckWhy I Oughta: a small speed boost with a stun effect when enemies bump into you
HerculesOlympian Flyby: a trail created by Pegasus that boosts your speed and leaves opponents stunned
MegGrecian Burn: invulnerability with a trail that fills up the boost bar whenever another player goes over it
ShangMilitary Might: spinning staff that protects you and stuns others if they bump into you
MulanFirework Barrage: a guided rocket that stuns opponents behind you when it explodes
Celia MaeSnake and Shake: a pink sphere around your car that provides boost and slows down nearby racers
Mike WazowskiHold the Door: teleportation doors like in the regular version, but the distance traveled is longer
SulleyFearsome Roar: three roars that stun everybody in your area
RandallScream Collector: one summoned door that provides one scream; five screams provide a speed boost and affect the vision of opponents following Randall
Elizabeth SwannJade Captain’s Knot: a dash forward that leaves a trail that stops everyone who touches it
Jack SparrowCutlass Flurry: a filled boost bar with an increased area of the stun effect for Jack’s swords
BelleEnchanted Mirror: summoned birds that increase Belle’s speed but also the speed of nearby racers
BeastEnchanted Rose: a leap forward with the Rage Mode activated after using the skill three times
MowgliOne of the Pack: three wolves summoned in the regular version now travel longer distances and have a stunning effect on those who touch them
BalooBare Necessities: fruit spawning in front that grants additional nitro fuel for anyone who picks them up
FigmentSpark of Imagination: a trail that impacts the vision of affected drivers and a speed boost for Figment that stacks up depending on how many racers get affected by the trail

Now you have everything you need to know about charged skills in Disney Speedstorm. If you need more help, check out the rest of our guides in the dedicated Disney Speedstorm section on TouchTapPlay.

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Slobodan Brkljač
Slobodan is a staff writer with more than three years of experience in writing and editing online content. He joined TouchTapPlay in late 2022 and has been writing all kinds of articles about the gaming industry, but his heart is usually in the big AAA action/adventure titles like God of War, Horizon, Tomb Raider, and Star Wars Jedi series. He has a BA in Philosophy and an MA in Cultural Studies. When he’s not gaming, you can find him at the gym or local coffee shops searching for the perfect latte.

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