Every LEGO Star Wars set confirmed and rumoured for 2022 – April update

The latest LEGO Star Wars rumours suggest the LEGO Group may be actively ignoring Attack of the Clones’ 20th anniversary in 2022.

While the initial line-up of product numbers and price points that emerged earlier this year left plenty of room for sets based on Episode II, those gaps have been steadily filled by rumoured sets pertaining to TV shows and video games, leaving very little room to celebrate the middle prequel movie turning 20 years old.

In fact, just two of this summer’s sets were originally thought to be inspired by Attack of the Clones – and now even one of those, 75337 AT-TE, is said to actually be based on Revenge of the Sith. Bar any surprise launches (which 75303 could represent, at least), we’re currently looking at just the one LEGO Star Wars: Episode II set in 2022 with 75333 Jedi Starfighter.

Here’s a quick reference list for every single LEGO Star Wars set released, confirmed, revealed or rumoured for 2022, now updated to include the full slate for the entire year – at least as it looks right now. Scroll down for detailed information on those unreleased and rumoured sets, and check back regularly with Brick Fanatics for updates on all these products.

And remember: take any rumours you read here with a pinch of salt.

40547 Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader – $19.99
40557 Defence of Hoth – 64 pieces, £13.49 / $14.99 / €14.99
40558 Clone Trooper Command Station – 66 pieces, £13.49 / $14.99 / €14.99
75303 TBC
75320 Snowtrooper Battle Pack – 105 pieces, £17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99
75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter – 98 pieces, £8.99 / $9.99 / €9.99
75322 Hoth AT-ST – 586 pieces, £44.99 / $49.99 / €49.99
75323 The Justifier – 1,022 pieces, €159.99
75324 Dark Trooper Attack – 166 pieces, £24.99 / $29.99 / €29.99
75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter – 412 pieces, £54.99 / $59.99 / €59.99
75326 Boba Fett’s Throne Room – 732 pieces, £89.99 / $99.99 / €99.99
75327 Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet – 675 pieces, £54.99 / $59.99 / €59.99
75328 The Mandalorian Helmet – 584 pieces, £54.99 / $59.99 / €59.99
75329 Death Star Trench Run Diorama – 665 pieces, £54.99 / $59.99 / €59.99
75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama – 1,000 pieces, £69.99 / $79.99 / €79.99
75331 TBC – $529.99
75332 AT-ST – 87 pieces, $29.99 / €29.99
75333 Jedi Starfighter – 282 pieces, $29.99 / €29.99
75334 [Obi-Wan Darth Vader]  – 408 pieces, $49.99 / $€49.99
75335 BD-1 – 1,062 pieces, €99.99 / $99.99
75336 [Spaceship from Kenobi] – 924 pieces, $99.99 / €99.99
75337 AT-TE – 1,082 pieces, $139.99
75338 [Andor] – $69.99
75339 Death Star Trash Compactor Diorama – 802 pieces, £79.99 / $89.99 / €89.99
75340 Star Wars Advent Calendar – 329 pieces, $44.99 / €34.99
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder – 1,890 pieces, £174.99 / $199.99 / €199.99
75342 Republic Fighter Tank – 262 pieces, £34.99 / $39.99 / €39.99
75343 Dark Trooper Helmet – 693 pieces, £54.99 / $59.99 / €59.99

40547 Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader


This BrickHeadz double pack is said to be the first set specifically based on Disney’s new Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series, with a release date pencilled in for May. If it comes to pass, it won’t be our first BrickHeadz rendition of Darth Vader, but it will be our first Obi-Wan in the statuette template.

75303 TBC

LEGO Star Wars logo featured resized

Very little is known about 75303, a set that by all accounts should probably have launched in 2021, situated between 75302 Imperial Shuttle and 75304 Darth Vader Helmet. Its current status is seemingly in limbo, but Brickset has it listed as an Ultimate Collector Series model due for release in 2022…

75323 The Justifier

Star Wars The Bad Batch Justifier Cad Bane

1,022 pieces, €159.99

Now with a more concrete product name courtesy of an online retailer, 75323 The Justifier – previously referred to as ‘Cad Bane’s Ship’ – is thought to be based on the animated spin-off series Star Wars: The Bad Batch. It does coincide nicely with Cad Bane’s live-action debut in The Book of Boba Fett, though.

75331 TBC

Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones Geonosian Arena

The biggest LEGO Star Wars set of 2022 is rumoured to weigh in at $529.99 in the US, which would represent a brand new price point for the theme, somewhere between 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina and 75313 AT-AT. Speculation says it’s a Master Builder Series set – we’re due one based on the pattern established since 2017 – but what exactly it could be is a complete mystery at the moment. We’re hoping for a certain Episode II arena…

75332 AT-ST

LEGO Star Wars 75322 Hoth AT ST 34

87 pieces, €29.99 / $29.99

Yes, we’ve just had a chicken walker in 75322 Hoth AT-ST, but this version should offer something a little different if rumours are true. Apparently, 75332 AT-ST will be a more traditional interpretation of the walker from Return of the Jedi – and will be another 4+ set, aimed at a much younger audience with a simplified build.

75333 Jedi Starfighter

LEGO Star Wars 75191 Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive

282 pieces, €29.99 / $29.99

Now rumoured to be the only Star Wars: Attack of the Clones set in store for the movie’s 20th anniversary, this fresh take on Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter – the first since 2017’s 75191 Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive (pictured above) – is also said to include our first-ever Taun We minifigure. Initial rumours suggested the Kaminoan would come in the form of a mini-doll, but they’ve since been confirmed as false.

75334 [Obi-Wan Darth Vader]

Star Wars Obi Wan Kenobi poster featured

408 pieces, €49.99 / $49.99

The LEGO Group has shown it’s capable of turning around sets based on the Star Wars TV shows relatively quickly with 75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter, and it looks like that effort will also extend to the Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series. The rumoured name of the smaller of two non-BrickHeadz sets expected for the show suggests it’ll be based on a climactic showdown between the Jedi master and Darth Vader.

75335 BD-1


1,062 pieces, €99.99 / $99.99

Less timely is word of a LEGO Star Wars set based on Jedi: Fallen Order, a video game that originally arrived in 2019. The LEGO Group has famously shied away from it to date, but whether because of an internal shift in policy or simply a BD droid’s appearance in The Book of Boba Fett, it’s now rumoured to be embracing the Respawn Entertainment title with a buildable BD-1 droid.

75336 [Spaceship from Kenobi]

Star Wars Obi Wan Kenobi Grand Inquisitor

924 pieces, $99.99

The second of two non-BrickHeadz Obi-Wan Kenobi sets thought to be launching in 2022 is rumoured to focus on a vehicle, which – going by the show’s one and only trailer – could be the ship flown by the villainous Inquisitors. There’s no word yet on specific minifigures that may be included, but there are plenty of exciting candidates in that initial trailer alone… 

75337 AT-TE

LEGO Star Wars 75019 AT TE

1,082 pieces, $139.99

While this year marks the 20th anniversary of Attack of the Clones, the rumoured 75337 AT-TE will apparently be based on Revenge of the Sith, and may finally include a heavily-requested Phase II Commander Cody minifigure. Whatever the case, its mooted price point and piece count would make it the biggest and most expensive version of this vehicle to date.

75338 [Andor]

Star Wars Andor logo


Rogue One: A Star Wars Story spin-off series Andor still doesn’t have a confirmed premiere date, but the LEGO Group apparently already has a set up its sleeve for the Disney+ show. That’s according to StoneWars, anyway, which notes this rumour leans a little more into speculation than the rest of the line-up for 2022.

75340 Star Wars Advent Calendar

LEGO Star Wars 75307 Advent Calendar 2021 lifestyle resized featured

329 pieces, €34.99 / $44.99

Another year, another LEGO Star Wars advent calendar. If there’s one release in the annual line-up you can safely predict, it’s this one – but less predictable are its contents, which could theoretically draw on any or all of the entire Star Wars canon. Last year’s (pictured above) focused on The Mandalorian, but it’s tricky to say what the LEGO Group will opt for this time round.

Remember, almost everything here is still just a rumour for now (with the exception of those sets already listed at LEGO.com) – and more sets than these could still be in the pipeline.

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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. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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