An online retailer has reportedly revealed a brand new licensed LEGO for Adults set arriving in 2022, bearing the product number 10302.
There’s no word yet on which licence the set will belong to, but Instagram user 1414falconfan reports it’ll include 1,508 pieces. That’s according to Spanish retailer electricBricks, which apparently listed the set with an August 1 release date, although it now appears to have been taken down.
That release date indicates 10302 will likely be available through LEGO.com and LEGO Stores from May, given third-party retailers typically stock direct-to-consumer sets three months after their initial launch.
Beyond the LEGO for Adults set being labelled as ‘IP Entertainment’, however, there’s basically nothing else to go on. It could be another product under a current or returning licence, such as Sesame Street or Stranger Things – both of which have recently received new keyrings – or it could be something completely new to LEGO.
We’ll find out either way in the weeks and months to come, including whether this set exists at all. The product number sequencing is easy enough to guess – 10297 Boutique Hotel just hit shelves, so we’re definitely entering the 10300s in 2022 – but the piece count and licence are a little more specific. For now, take those details with a grain of salt.