Not a month has gone by in 2021 without the launch of at least a few new LEGO sets (although it’s often many more), and November is no exception. As we gear up for what could be an expensive Black Friday – with one eye on the rumoured $800 75313 AT-AT – there’s plenty vying for our attention already, including the second-largest set of all time.
Keep reading to find a complete and comprehensive list of every LEGO set launching today, whether that’s worldwide or only in specific regions.
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While 31203 World Map still holds the crown for the largest LEGO set of all time by piece count, 10294 Titanic is arguably the winner in every other department. Coming in at 1.35m long, the 9,090-piece behemoth is a staggering, and staggeringly-detailed, replica of the iconic cruise liner. You can pre-order it from 8am UK time today, ahead of its full launch on November 8.
This month’s new 21226 Art Project – Create Together takes a more creative approach to the medium, encouraging families and friends to build in tandem across four different themes: food, patterns, icons and interests. It won’t launch worldwide until December, but fans in the UK and Europe can grab it from today.
21226 Art Project – Create Together (UK and Europe only)
Bat-fans can finally purchase the larger of this year’s two The Dark Knight sets from today, with 76240 Batmobile Tumbler now available worldwide. Fans in the US and Canada can also pick up the new range of sets based on Matt Reeves’ The Batman, ahead of their global launch on January 1.
76179 Batman & Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit (North America only)
76181 Batmobile: The Penguin Chase (North America only)
76183 Batcave: The Riddler Face-off (North America only)
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Alex Storozhuk’s long-awaited LEGO Ideas 10K project has finally materialised in 21330 Home Alone, the largest set to come out of the crowdsourcing platform to date. Those 3,955 pieces don’t come cheap, but given how glorious this set is, we’re sure you’ll be happy to tell the LEGO Group to ‘keep the change, ya filthy animal’.
The first LEGO Technic Batmobile speeds on to shelves this month, and while first impressions paint it as a spiritual successor to 42111 Dom’s Dodge Charger, 42127 The Batman – Batmobile is actually a surprisingly impressive addition to the LEGO Group’s most advanced building system.