Star Wars: The Last Jedi LEGO sets, constraction figures, and Microfighters revealed [News]

We have a flurry of Star Wars reveals today consisting of several more System-scale sets, “constraction” series of buildable figures, and Microfighters. As the countdown to the release of The Last Jedi continues, do watch out for potential spoilers revealed by the LEGO sets — everyone has a different tolerance, so do take heed.

First up we have 75200 Ahch-To Island Training. In this set we have the Porgs that were only available with the 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon. Fans will probably rejoice for this little addition.

Next we have 75197 First Order Specialists Battle Pack. If you need to build your stormtrooper army variants, these are the ones to go for. Two identical minifigures per pack.

75202 Defense of Crait is the largest wave of reveals, featuring five minifigures.

Next we have another constraction series Darth Vader, but with a whole new build that adds bulk and gives him a better overall look, plus a helmet that comes off revealing his scars.

Everyone’s favourite bounty hunter Boba Fett is back with the release of 75533. This particular set has a little controversy since it showed him escaping the jaws of the Sarlacc. We’re all still wondering if he somehow did survive!

Last but not least, the Microfighters series is back with an expanded range. We’re on to Series 5 now, and you’ll  notice that 75195 Ski Speeder vs First Order Walker comes in two-vehicle packs with a pair of minifigures, compared to one each in previous waves, doubling the box size.  This goes the same for the 75196 A-Wing vs Tie Silencer.

The Millennium Falcon is back again, this time with Chewie at the driver’s seat of 75193.

And we have 75194 First Order Tie Fighter at Microfighters scale now too.

5 comments on “Star Wars: The Last Jedi LEGO sets, constraction figures, and Microfighters revealed [News]

  1. dRevan

    Surprising that kylo ren is in a micro fighter. Maybe Vader will be next in a tie advanced or maul in a sith interceptor

Comments are closed.