While things might be starting to open up, what if you stayed in and played with some LEGO instead? StarWars.com shared news that might just keep you inside a little while longer. In anticipation of the new LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga video game coming out later this year, LEGO announced a ton of new Star Wars sets. These new releases cover a lot of ground in the Star Wars universe. They include sets from the films, The Clone Wars, The Mandalorian, and even Disney Parks’ Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. In other words, you’ll be busy snapping LEGO bricks together for a while.
All of these sets will feature in the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga video game, which will debut later in 2020. You’ll see some of these minifigs and vehicles in the game. But for some of them, you’ll enter a code included with the set to bring components to life on the screen.
They announced quite a few sets. Some are variations of past sets that vary in difficulty and price. You have the more budget friendly sets like the 501st Legion Clone Troopers ($30), mid-range sets like General Grievous’ Starfighter ($80), and then the pricier sets like the Mandalorian’s Razor Crest ($130). You can see the latter set above; note the very small and cute Baby Yoda minifig.
What’s really exciting, however, are the completely new sets. Our personal favorite is the Ahsoka Tano Leads the Charge set ($40). While the emphasis may be on the droid tank and Battle Droid pilots, everybody knows that the inclusion of Ahsoka Tano in this set is what makes it really special. Also, the below I-TS transport marks the first-ever LEGO set from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
It seems that whatever you’re looking for, LEGO and Star Wars has you covered this year. Get more details at StarWars.com and point your browser to LEGO’s site to keep an eye out for pre-orders. Scroll down to see more photos
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