Every LEGO set confirmed and rumoured for 2023 – August update

2023 is right around the corner and the list of confirmed and rumoured LEGO sets grows with everything from Avatar to Indiana Jones.

There are still a few months left in 2022 but rumours and news for the 2023 LEGO sets have already started to surface, hinting at what we might be able to expect in the year to come. Note that the rumours have not yet been confirmed by the LEGO Group and should be taken with caution. The listings from brickmerge have also not been announced as official so should be treated similarly.

Here’s your guide to every confirmed and rumoured LEGO set for 2023 as of August 2022.


Avatar is the newest theme under the LEGO Group’s belt with its first wave yet to launch at the time of writing. It’s reported via listings from brickmerge that we’ll be getting another range at the start of next year made up of four sets, coming just after the sequel arrives in cinemas.


We don’t know what these might be based on, though the sequel seems like a potential contender. Note that these listings have not been confirmed by the LEGO Group.

Set namePriceRelease date
75575 TBC€24.99January 2023
75576 TBC€34.99January 2023
75578 TBC€79.99January 2023
75579 TBC€99.99January 2023


We’ve already had a pair of LEGO Minecraft BrickHeadz in 41612 Steve & Creeper but listings from brickmerge suggest that three more are coming next year.

The listed sets include one for Alex, a Llama and a Zombie, potentially adding a trio of BrickHeadz to the LEGO Minecraft range.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
40615 [BrickHeadz]TBCTBC2023
40624 AlexTBC862023
40625 LlamaTBC1002023
40626 ZombieTBC812023


LEGO CITY’s line-up for 2023, at least according to brickmerge, will include a mix of familiar and new concepts for the theme include fire, police, Stuntz and more.

However, the most interesting item among the listings is 60388 Gaming Tournament Truck, offering something never seen before in LEGO bricks.

Set namePriceRelease date
60356 Stunt Motorbike€7.99January 2023
60357 Stunt Truck & Fire Tire Challenge€49.99March 2023
60358 Cyber Stunt Bike€7.99January 2023
60359 Stunt Ramp with Dunk Challenge€19.99March 2023
60360 Stuntz Challenge€34.99March 2023
60361 Stuntz Challenge€89.99March 2023
60369 Mobile Police Dog Training€19.99January 2023
60370 Police Station Breakout€34.99January 2023
60371 Emergency Vehicle Headquarters€64.99January 2023
60372 Police Academy€89.99January 2023
60373 Fire Boat€19.99January 2023
60374 Fire Brigade Command Vehicle€54.99January 2023
60375 Fire Station and Fire Truck€34.99January 2023
60382 Animal Rescue Truck€9.99January 2023
60383 Electric Sports Car€9.99January 2023
60384 Ice Cream Slush Truck€19.99January 2023
60385 Wheel Loader€19.99January 2023
60386 Garbage Disposal€34.99January 2023
60387 Off-Road Adventure€29.99January 2023
60388 Gaming Tournament Truck€44.99January 2023
60389 Auto Repair Shop€49.99January 2023
60390 Compact Tractor€9.99January 2023
60392 Police Motorbike Pursuit€9.99January 2023
60393 Fire Truck€9.99January 2023


LEGO Classic is said to be receiving four new models in 2023, likely consisting of the usual boxes of bricks to build whatever you desire.

These are reported to revolve around colour palettes, parties and a simple but reliable big box of bricks.

Set namePriceRelease date
11027 Neon Creative Kit€19.99March 2023
11028 Pastel Creative Kit€19.99March 2023
11029 Party Creative Kit€49.99March 2023
11030 Large Creative Kit€59.99March 2023

Collectible Minifigures

The LEGO Group could have another in-house LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series ready to kickstart 2023 as listings from brickmerge might have revealed two future entries into the theme.

Coming in January, 71037 Series 24 is named in a way that indicates an original cast of characters rather than something licensed. There’s no name for the 71038 listing, though the price comparison site states it’s coming in May.

Set namePriceRelease date
71037 Series 24€3.99January 2023
71038€3.99May 2023


Brickmerge also has listings for seven new LEGO Creator sets that could be on the way in 2023. Only one has a name though and it’s the only model said to be released in January.

31133 White Rabbit is reported as costing €19.99 for 258 pieces and will likely be rebuildable into two other builds, following the 3-in-1 feature that LEGO Creator 3-in-1 is known for.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
31133 White Rabbit€19.99258January 1, 2023
31134 TBC€9.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
31135 TBC€14.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
31136 TBC€24.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
31137 TBC€29.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
31139 TBC€59.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
31140 TBC€9.99TBCMarch 1, 2023


LEGO Disney is reported to have a few waves lined up for 2023 including five sets in January, two in March, two in April and one in May.

The usual mix of Cars and Disney Princesses are listed as inspirations for the reported 2023 sets though there are still five models without names.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
10996 Lightning McQueen and Mater at the Car Wash€34.99TBCJanuary 2023
43210 Moana’s Catamaran€34.99TBCJanuary 2023
43211 Aurora’s Castle€44.99TBCJanuary 2023
43212€39.99TBCApril 2023
43213€19.99TBCMay 2023
43214 Rapunzel Music Box€9.99TBCJanuary 2023
43216 Princesses on a Magical Journey€64.99TBCJanuary 2023
43217€54.99TBCApril 2023
43219€39.99TBCMarch 2023
43220€19.99TBCMarch 2023


LEGO DOTS might be about to team up with its second license in 2023 as a variety of Harry Potter sets are being reported by listings on brickmerge

After teaming up with Disney in 2022, the Wizarding World may be next for LEGO DOTS with three listings named simply ‘Harry Potter’. These are unconfirmed at the time of writing.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
41801 Animal Bracelet€6.99TBCJanuary 2023
41802 Unicorn Bracelet€6.99TBCJanuary 2023
41803 Glitter Splendor Expansion Set€3.99TBCJanuary 2023
41805 Animal Drawer Creative Box€24.99TBCJanuary 2023
41806 Ultimate Party Set€49.99TBCJanuary 2023
41807 Bracelet Design Creative Set€29.99TBCJanuary 2023
41808 Harry Potter€14.99TBCMarch 2023
41809 Harry Potter€19.99TBCMarch 2023
41811 Harry Potter€44.99TBCMarch 2023


Head back to Heartlake City in 2023 as LEGO Friends will be back next year. A variety of listings suggest that the theme’s January 2023 wave will be made up of shops, animal rescue creations, a school and even bubble tea.

Prices range between €9.99 and €159.99 as Heartlake City could continue to expand next year.

Set NamePriceRelease Date
41723 Donut Shop€9.99January 2023
41724 Paisley’s House€44.99January 2023
41726 Camping Trip€24.99January 2023
41727 Dog Rescue Center€59.99January 2023
41728 Restaurant€29.99January 2023
41729 Organic Shop€89.99January 2023
41730 Autumn’s House€69.99January 2023
41731 International School€99.99January 2023
41732 City Center€159.99January 2023
41733 Bubble Tea Mobile€9.99January 2023
41735 Mobile House€64.99January 2023
41738 Dog Rescue Bike€9.99January 2023
41739 Bedroom [?]€19.99January 2023
41740 Bedroom [?]€19.99January 2023
41741 Dog Life Cart [?]€29.99January 2023
41743 Hair Salon€44.99January 2023
41751 Skate Park€49.99January 2023
41754 Bedroom [?]€19.99January 2023
41755 Bedroom [?]€19.99January 2023

Harry Potter

The Triwizard Tournament is rumoured for LEGO Harry Potter in 2023 as a reported set list from Promobricks includes a potential guide on what to expect from the brick-built Wizarding World next year.

Following on from the Hogwarts Moments models, a range of house banners are reported for March 2023 covering all four Hogwarts houses.

Set namePricePiecesMinifiguresRelease date
76409 Gryffindor House Banner£TBC / $TBC / €34.99TBC3March 1, 2023
76410 Slytherin House Banner£TBC / $TBC / €34.99TBC3March 1, 2023
76411 Ravenclaw House Banner£TBC / $TBC / €34.99TBC3March 1, 2023
76412 Hufflepuff House Banner£TBC / $TBC / €34.99TBC3March 1, 2023
76413 Hogwarts Room of Requirement£TBC / $TBC / €49.99TBCTBCMarch 1, 2023
76420 [Black Lake Triwizard Challenge]£TBC / $TBC / €44.99TBC5March 1, 2023

LEGO Ideas

According to listings at brickmerge, there will be at least four LEGO Ideas sets in 2022 and thanks to the nature of the program, we know what projects are up next for transformation into official sets.

You can find a list of every LEGO Ideas set currently in development by clicking here, but these are said to be the next four coming in 2023.

Set nameRelease date
21338 A-Frame Cabin2023
21339 BTS – Dynamite2023
21340 Hocus Pocus – The Sanderson Sisters’ Cottage2023
21341 Viking Village2023

Indiana Jones

Promobricks reports that LEGO Indiana Jones will be back in 2023, likely timing with the release of the fifth film in the franchise but covering all of the adventures so far.

Be aware that these sets are only rumoured until officially announced as otherwise by the LEGO Group.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
77012 Fighter Plane Chase€34.993872023
77013 Escape from the Lost Tomb$39.996002023
77014 The Temple of Doom€79.998012023


LEGO Marvel looks to have another packed year in store for 2023 as listings for several models have appeared on brickmerge, including a set for Morbius.

From Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 to Ghost rider, here’s every listed LEGO Marvel set for 2023.

Set namePriceRelease date
10789 TBC€9.99March 1, 2023
10790 TBC€34.99March 1, 2023
10791 TBC€49.99March 1, 2023
76241 Hulk Mech€14.99January 1, 2023
76242 Thanos Mech€14.99January 1, 2023
76243 Rocket Raccoon Mech€14.99January 1, 2023
76244 Miles Morales vs. Morbius€24.99January 1, 2023
76245 Ghost Rider with Mech & Bike€34.99January 1, 2023
76247 Hulkbuster: The Battle of Wakanda€49.99January 1, 2023
76248 The Avengers Quinjet€99.99January 1, 2023
76253 [Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3]€9.99April 1, 2023
76254 [Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3]€34.99April 1, 2023
76255 [Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3]€99.99April 1, 2023


LEGO Minecraft’s 2023 offerings, other than a trio of BrickHeadz, are reported to include a swamp, bees, The End and more as listings for the theme include six models.

The smallest of these is 21240 The Swamp Adventure at €9.99 and the largest is 21245 The Panda House at €49.99, meaning it shouldn’t be an overly expensive wave to complete in January.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
21240 The Swamp Adventure€9.9965January 2023
21241 The Bee House€19.99TBCJanuary 2023
21242 The End Arena€24.99TBCJanuary 2023
21243 The Frozen Peaks€34.99TBCJanuary 2023
21244 The Sword Outpost€44.99TBCJanuary 2023
21245 The Panda House€49.99TBCJanuary 2023


The EVO feature introduced in NINJAGO Core earlier in 2022 is said to be back in 2023 according to listings from brickmerge.

We’re still waiting for the second half of LEGO NINJAGO Crystalized but these reported sets suggest that the theme could receive another Core wave to kick off the year, as well as three other rumoured models.

Set namePriceRelease date
71777 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71778 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71779 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71780 Kai’s Ninja Racing Car EVO€9.99January 1, 2023
71781 Lloyd’s Mech Duel EVO€19.99January 1, 2023
71782 Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO€34.99January 1, 2023
71783 Kai’s Mech-Bike EVO€44.99January 1, 2023
71784 Jay’s Thunder Jet EVO€9.99January 1, 2023
71785 Jay’s Titan-Mech€79.99January 1, 2023
71786 Zane’s Ice Dragon€99.99January 1, 2023
71787 Creative Ninja Brick Box€59.99January 1, 2023
71788 Lloyd’s Ninja Motorcycle€9.99January 1, 2023

Speed Champions

It seems that the LEGO Speed Champions design team isn’t done with Fast & Furious just yet as rumours of LEGO Speed Champions sets in 2023 include one with a Paul Walker minifigure.

Aside from that, four others are rumoured for a wave in March, including a Porsche 963.

Set numberSet namePricePiecesRelease Date
76914TBC€24.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
76915TBC€24.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
76916Porsche 963€24.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
76917Fast & Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R R34€24.99TBCMarch 1, 2023
76918TBC€34.99TBCMarch 1, 2023

Star Wars

LEGO Star Wars is listed as featuring plenty of sets throughout the first half of 2023 as we approach the next May the Fourth event, including some for The Mandalorian Season 3.

Brickmerge and previous rumours include the following 2023 LEGO Star Wars sets:

Set namePriceRelease date
75344 Slave I Microfighter€9.99January 1, 2023
75345 501st Battle Pack€19.99January 1, 2023
75346 [The Mandalorian]€34.99May 1, 2023
75347 TIE Bomber€64.99January 1, 2023
75348 [The Mandalorian]€99.99May 1, 2023
75349 Captain Rex (Phase II) Helmet€69.99March 1, 2023
75350 Commander Cody (Phase I) Helmet€69.99March 1, 2023
75351 TBC€69.99TBC 2023
75352 Death Star Throne Room Diorama€99.99TBC 2023
75353 Endor Speeder Bike Chase Diorama€79.99TBC 2023
75354 TBCTBCTBC 2023
75355 [Ultimate Collector Series]€239.99TBC 2023
75356 [Helmet]€69.99TBC 2023
40591 [May the Fourth]N/ATBC 2023
40615 [BrickHeadz]TBCTBC 2023

Super Mario

Only one LEGO Super Mario set for 2023 is listed on brickmerge, at least so far. 71415 is said to be launching in January 2023 for €24.99 but nothing more is known about this reported model at the time of writing.

Set namePriceRelease date
71415€24.99January 2023


It’s looking like another expensive year for LEGO Technic so far as brickmerge reports that January 2023 will be the release month for 42146 Liebherr LR 13000 at €449.99.

Also featured on the price comparison site are a variety of other listings including the first LEGO NASCAR model and another Bugatti creation. These have yet to be confirmed by the LEGO Group.

Set namePriceRelease date
30655 Forklift with Pallet€3.99January 1, 2023
42146 Liebherr LR 13000€449.99TBC 2023
42147 Dump Truck€9.99January 1, 2023
42148 Snow Groomer€9.99January 1, 2023
42149 Monster Jam Dragon€19.99January 1, 2023
42150 Monster Jam Mutt Dalmation€19.99January 1, 2023
42151 Bugatti Bolide€49.99January 1, 2023
42153 NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1€59.99March 1, 2023
42154 TBC€119.99March 1, 2023
42155 TBC€54.99March 1, 2023
42156 [Vehicle]€199.99May 1, 2023

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2 thoughts on “Every LEGO set confirmed and rumoured for 2023 – August update

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