Joining the already-revealed 75574 Toruk Makto & Tree of Souls are three minifigure-scale sets and one BrickHeadz two-pack, all of which will launch concurrently on October 1 at LEGO.com and in LEGO Stores. Just like the first set – unveiled at LEGO CON in June – all four of the new products are based on James Cameron’s original 2009 movie.
That means we’ll have to wait until 2023 (when more Avatar sets are rumoured to hit shelves) for anything based on upcoming sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, but given these products are clearly intended to capitalise on that movie’s release, tie-in LEGO sets feel nailed on at this stage.
For now, you can party like it’s 2009 with the entire first wave of LEGO Avatar sets, which you’ll find detailed below. In the mix here are most of the movie’s major characters – including Jake Sully, Colonel Quaritch, Dr. Grace Augustine, Neytiri and Norm – along with a base, mech, helicopter, flying beasts and small slices of Pandora. Standard LEGO action theme stuff, then – but all within that unique Avatar aesthetic.
75571 Neytiri & Thanator vs. AMP Suit Quaritch
Price: $39.99 Pieces: 560 Minifigures: Neytiri, Colonel Miles Quaritch Available: October 1
75572 Jake & Neytiri’s First Banshee Flight
Price: $59.99 Pieces: 572 Minifigures: Jake Sully, Neytiri Available: October 1
75573 Floating Mountains: Site 26 & RDA Samson
Price: $89.99 Pieces: 887 Minifigures: Jake Sully, Dr. Grace Augustine, Trudy Chacon, Jake Sully (Avatar), Norm Spellman Available: October 1
75574 Toruk Makto & Tree of Souls
Price: £129.99 / $149.99 / €149.99 Pieces: 1,212 Minifigures: Jake Sully (Toruk Makto), Neytiri, Mo’at, Tsu’Tey Available: October 1
40554 Jake Sully & his Avatar
Price: $19.99 Pieces: 246 Minifigures: N/A Available: October 1
All of these sets will be available from October 1 from LEGO.com and in LEGO Stores. 40554 Jake Sully & his Avatar will be sold exclusively through official channels, but you’ll find the rest at third-party retailers.
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