LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set content rumours

Rumoured set descriptions have been reported for next year’s LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom range.

The fan website Jurassic Outpost has reported a series of LEGO set descriptions, containing rumours and speculation about what the Jurassic World theme may bring in 2018. LEGO Jurassic World is already confirmed as being back in 2018, with sets based on the new movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The movie has a June 2018 release dates, with the LEGO sets expected in April.

The list includes a description of what each set might contain, as well as the rumoured price point in Euros:

75926: A set containing a blue-grey 4×4 vehicle with a Pteranodon. There is one minifig in the set.
Priced 24.99 EUR

75927: Looks like the Jurassic World Raptor escape. The difference is that the set looks more like a residence instead of a cage. The walls are high and there’s some kind of stage on which a minifigure can stand. Only contains one raptor and two minifigs in the set.
Priced 39.99 EUR

75928: A set with a helicopter, which can capture a dinosaur from the air. The dino most likely being a raptor. Also a small vehice is included, probably a quad. Number of minifigs unknown.
Priced 59.99 EUR

75929: This is a more expensive set, containing a big transport truck, like seen in 75917 Raptor Rampage, a gyrosphere, a tower with grapple hook and a T-Rex. The number of minifigs is uncertain, but it looks to be 4.
Priced 79.99 EUR

Fans will be disappointed to notice that all of the dinosaurs have been previously released by the LEGO Group, there are no new species mentioned. It could be that a second wave of sets is planned for release after the movie, including dinosaurs that the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom creators do not want to reveal too early. This has precedent in movie based products, with certain Star Wars: The Force Awakens characters and vehicles held back until after the movie’s release.

All of the information above is rumour and speculation, and should be treated as such until the LEGO Group officially reveals the new sets.


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