Every LEGO set rumoured for 2022 so far – February update

From a huge new roller coaster to a mini Disney mansion, here’s the latest list of LEGO sets rumoured to be coming our way in 2022. 

As is the way, January has been a whirlwind month of new set reveals, fresh rumours and even a couple of debunked reports. That means there’s plenty to comb through in the latest list of LEGO sets rumoured for release this year – and plenty to get the imagination going, as it’s shaping up to be another colossal 12 months for the LEGO Group.

Remember, these are just rumours for now, so take each one individually and with the requisite grain of salt: there’s no guarantee that they’ll actually come to fruition, after all. But it’s still fun to speculate in the meantime, and if even a handful turn out to be true, they’ll at least help to plan your LEGO spending for the year ahead…

LEGO Star Wars

A number of previously-rumoured LEGO Star Wars sets have been revealed over the past couple of weeks, including three new helmets and 75324 Dark Trooper Attack. That just leaves 75326 Boba Fett’s Palace to be revealed ahead of a rumoured release next month, following a first glimpse at (part of) the set through an instruction manual.

The latest reports suggest that set will actually be based on The Mandalorian Season 2’s post-credits scene, rather than The Book of Boba Fett, with a minifigure line-up to match. 

40547 TBC
75323 TBC – €159.99, August 1
75325 [The Book of Boba Fett] – 411 pieces, €69.99, June 1
75326 Boba Fett’s Palace – 732 pieces, €99.99, March 1
75329 Death Star Trench Run – €59.99
75330 Yoda’s Training – 1,000 pieces, €79.99, May 1 
75331 TBC – $529.99
75332 AT-ST – 87 pieces, €29.99 / $29.99, August 1
75333 Jedi Starfighter – 282 pieces, €29.99 / $29.99, August 1
75334 TBC – 408 pieces, €49.99 / $49.99, August 1
75335 BD-1 – 1,062 pieces, €99.99 / $99.99, August 1
75336 [AT-TE] – $99.99, August 1
75337 TBC – $139.99, August 1
75338 TBC – $69.99
75339 TBC
75340 Star Wars Advent Calendar – 329 pieces, €34.99 / $44.99, September 1
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder – €199.99
75342 TBC – $39.99
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LEGO for Adults

This year’s LEGO for Adults / Creator Expert line-up is slowly starting to take shape, with two more sets rumoured to be landing on shelves over the next few months. Joining the mysterious licensed set 10302 will apparently be another football stadium and – more surprisingly – another roller coaster, following the recent retirement of 10261 Roller Coaster.

The new version may go above and beyond its predecessor by including a loop, but take that detail with a pinch of salt at the moment.

10299 Santiago Bernabeu – 5,876 pieces, $349.99, March 1
10302 TBC – 1,508 pieces, May
10303 Roller Coaster – $359.99, May/June

LEGO Harry Potter

Still not much is known about the LEGO Harry Potter line-up for the rest of 2022, beyond a list of product numbers and price tags. The $469.99 76405 is (naturally) expected to be a direct-to-consumer set, while the Wizarding World theme will apparently get another advent calendar in 76404. If these rumours are true, 76405 would be far and away the most expensive Harry Potter set to date.

A pair of gifts-with-purchase may help to sweeten the deal, though, with two promotional Potter sets listed at brickmerge for release later this year. Presumably at least one of those will tie in with the launch of 76405…

40560 TBC
40577 TBC
76400 TBC – $19.99
76401 TBC – $49.99
76402 TBC – $79.99
76403 TBC – $99.99
76404 TBC – $44.99
76405 TBC – $469.99
76406 TBC – $49.99
76407 TBC – $89.99
76408 TBC – $119.99

LEGO Marvel

We’ve only got a handful of potential product numbers for LEGO Marvel for the rest of 2022 at the moment, but we know there are more planned: a LEGO catalogue has confirmed we’re getting sets based on Thor: Love and Thunder in May, for instance.

From the list below, the next set to hit shelves (after 76209 Thor’s Hammer) is said to be based on Ant-Man, while this year’s advent calendar is rumoured to tie into the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. Last year’s Marvel calendar included seven minifigures, so there’s a good chance the new one could include the entire Guardians line-up (as it stands in-universe right now). 

Finally, set numbers and names of two new LEGO Marvel Brick Sketches have popped up at price comparison site brickmerge, with Iron Man and Miles Morales reportedly getting the same treatment as 40456 Mickey Mouse and 40457 Minnie Mouse.

76219 [Ant-Man] – 298 pieces, €19.99, April 29
76220 TBC – 43 pieces, August 1
76221 TBC – 456 pieces, August 1
76231 Guardians of the Galaxy Advent Calendar – September 1, $44.99
40535 Iron Man
40536 Miles Morales


The following LEGO sets have been listed as belonging to the DC Super Heroes theme by online retailer electricBricks, although it’s worth noting that they could just as easily fall under Marvel. One set that’s definitely not DC is 76209, a product number previously attached to a possible Tower of Fate set – but which has since materialised as 76209 Thor’s Hammer.

76216 TBC – 496 pieces, June 1
76217 TBC – 476 pieces, June 1
76218 TBC – 2,708 pieces, August 1
76219 TBC – 298 pieces, April 1
76225 TBC – September 1
76226 TBC – September 1
76231 TBC – 268 pieces, September 1

LEGO Disney

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In addition to the three LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends sets rumoured for June, a new listing suggests that we’re already getting a follow-up to last year’s 40478 Mini Disney Castle with a microscale take on the Haunted Mansion. Exactly which version of the mansion to expect from Disney’s international parks is less certain.

10777 TBC – 103 pieces, June 1
10778 TBC – 184 pieces, June 1
10780 TBC – 215 pieces, June 1
40521 Mini Disney The Haunted Mansion


This summer’s LEGO CITY sets will apparently revisit farm life for the first time in years, with the latest details suggesting we’re going to see plenty of new animals. No goats, though. Elsewhere, last year’s Stuntz subtheme looks set to continue in 2022, and we’re also said to be getting a brand new train.

60331 Stunt Bike: Road – 10 pieces, June 1
60332 Stunt Bike: Fearless Scorpion – 15 pieces, June 1 
60333 Stunt Bike: Bathtub – 14 pieces, June 1 
60337 High Speed Passenger Train – 764 pieces, June 1 
60338 Acrobatic Curl: Devastating Chimp – 226 pieces, June 1 
60339 Double Loop Stunt Track –598 pieces, June 1 
60340 Stunt Challenge: Swords – 154 pieces, June 1 
60341 Stunt Challenge: Takedown – 117 pieces, June 1 
60342 Stunt Challenge: Shark Attack – 122 pieces, June 1 
60344 Hen House – 101 pieces, July 1 
60345 Farmer’s Market Van – 310 pieces, July 1 
60346 Barn and Farm Animals – 230 pieces, July 1 
60347 Grocery Store – 404 pieces, June 1 
60352 LEGO CITY Advent Calendar – 287 pieces, September 1 
60353 Wild Animal Rescue Missions – 246 pieces, June 1 
60354 Mars Space Exploration Missions – 298 pieces, June 1 
60355 Water Police Investigation Missions – 278 pieces, June 1

LEGO Collectible Minifigures

Rumours of this year’s Collectible Minifigures series have been shot down as quickly as they’ve popped up, but it looks like the next two batches of blind-bagged characters will be 71033 The Muppets and 71034 Series 23. Two in-house series in one year is a departure from recent releases, but the timing suggests Series 23 could be linked to the LEGO Group’s 90th anniversary.

71033 The Muppets
71034 Series 23 – September 1
71035 The Muppets Six-Pack
71036 Series 23 Six Pack

LEGO Speed Champions

While LEGO Speed Champions traditionally gets just one wave of sets per year, three more are rumoured to be joining the recently-revealed first batch later this summer. They’re also said to be the first Speed Champions sets based on movie licences, with an Aston Martin and Dodge Charger tying into James Bond and Fast & Furious respectively.

We’ve had larger Creator Expert or Technic versions of both those cars, so smaller, eight-studs-wide versions in Speed Champions doesn’t seem out of the question. There’s no word yet on what the third set in this mini second wave will be, but all three cars are expected to launch on August 1.

76911 Aston Martin DB5 – August 1
76912 1970 Dodge Charger – August 1
76913 TBC – August 1

LEGO Technic

Four LEGO Technic sets are rumoured to be on the way later this year, joining the recently-revealed 42141 McLaren Formula 1 Race Car. Among those is what’s said to be the theme’s most expensive set to date, along with a new Ferrari supercar that may have been delayed until 2023.

42143 [Ferrari] – 3,776 pieces, $399.99 / €399.99
42144 Waste Handler – 835 pieces, $139.99 / €99.99, August 1
42145 Airbus H175 Rescue Helicopter – 2,001 pieces, $199.99 / €199.99, August 1
42146 Liebherr LR 13000 – 2,882 pieces, $599.99 / €449.99, August / October 1

LEGO Stranger Things

The LEGO Group has already demonstrated it still has the Stranger Things licence in its back pocket this year with 40549 Demogorgon & Eleven and 854197 Demogorgon Keyring, both of which have arrived just after the retirement of 75810 The Upside Down. While rumours on more sets are a little thin on the ground at the mo, there are clues out there – and, you know, stranger things have happened…


More information has surfaced on the nine LEGO NINJAGO sets rumoured to be joining the theme this summer, including piece and minifigure counts. Head here for a more in-depth report of what to expect from these sets, which are said to include tensegrity, a brick-built centaur and a new Harumi minifigure.

71759 Dragon Temple – 4 minifigures, 161 pieces, $39.99
71768 Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike – 2 minifigures, 137 pieces, $19.99
71769 Cole’s Dragon Racer – 4 minifigures, 384 pieces, $39.99
71770 Zane’s Gold Dragon Jet – 3 minifigures, 258 pieces, $29.99
71771 The Temple of the Crystal King – at least 5 minifigures, 703 pieces, $79.99
71772 The Crystal King – at least 4 minifigures, 723 pieces, $69.99
71773 Kai’s Gold Dragon Raider – 6 minifigures, 624 pieces, $89.99
71774 Lloyd’s Ultra Gold Dragon – 9 minifigures, 989 pieces, $139.99
71775 Nya’s Samurai X Mech – 7 minifigures, 1,003 pieces, $119.99

LEGO Jurassic World

While we know that more LEGO Jurassic World sets are on the way this year, tying into the delayed release of Jurassic World: Dominion, we’ve had no confirmation as of yet on what they’ll entail. But that’s where the rumour mill comes in, with product numbers, piece counts, prices and release dates (or some combination thereof) for a whopping nine different sets

76943 TBC – 94 pieces, $19.99 / €19.99, April
76944 Jurassic World: Dominion – 140 pieces, $49.99 / €49.99, April
76945 Jurassic World: Dominion – 169 pieces, $19.99 / €19.99, April
76946 Jurassic World: Dominion – 181 pieces, $29.99 / €29.99, April
76947 Jurassic World: Dominion – 306 pieces, $39.99 / €49.99, April
76948 Jurassic World: Dominion – 466 pieces, $49.99 / €89.99, April
76949 Jurassic World: Dominion – 810 pieces, $119.99 / €129.99, April
76950 TBC – April
76951 TBC – 254 pieces, $44.99 / €44.99, April

LEGO Gaming

Only one set is rumoured to be joining the purported LEGO Gaming theme so far in 2022 – the other one unfortunately turned out to be a hoax – but it’s a doozy, allegedly recreating one of the mighty machines from Horizon Zero Dawn. Its sequel Horizon Forbidden West is due out on February 18, so keep an eye out then for a potential reveal of the rumoured LEGO set.

76989 Horizon Zero Dawn Tallneck – €79.99, May 1

A new mystery LEGO theme

A brand new LEGO theme will reportedly hit shelves in October, but all that’s known about it so far is that it’s codenamed ‘Coconut’. That doesn’t give us a lot to go on, but current speculation is that it could be anything from Indiana Jones to James Cameron’s Avatar – if it exists at all…

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Chris Wharfe
I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

4 thoughts on “Every LEGO set rumoured for 2022 so far – February update

  • 11/02/2022 at 21:04

    Coconut is avatar, it’s a tree and some small sets

  • 09/02/2022 at 17:10

    Some pretty exciting sets coming. Here’s hoping we get lots of AotC’s sets in SW this year!

  • 09/02/2022 at 13:30

    Coconut eh? Like coconuts from the Caribbean…, Caribbean being the location of many Pirates…(crosses fingers in hope)


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