LEGO Hidden Side set names announced

After the announcement of all new theme coming this summer, LEGO Hidden Side, the names of the eight sets that it will include have been announced.

A new LEGO theme – Hidden Sidehas been officially announced, with the names of the sets now officialy revealed. Taking place in the fictional town of Newbury, the story of LEGO Hidden Side follows Jack and Parker. The pair of teenage bloggers use an app on their mobile phones to see the unseen – just as the user can do with the app, that works in tandem with the sets.

In the UK, the sets are expected to launch on August 1. The dates may vary around the world, with the announcement listing the release as “summer”. Here are the eight products that will make up the theme:

70425 High School – 1474 pieces, $129.99
70424 Train – 698 pieces, $89.99
70423 Bus – 689 pieces, $59.99
70422 Diner – 579 pieces, $49.99
70421 Truck – 428 pieces, $49.99
70420 Graveyard – 335 pieces, $29.99
70419 Boat – 310 pieces, $29.99
70418 Lab – 174 pieces, $19.99

“Our years of experience pioneering the convergence of technology and physical play have taught us that kids expect exciting play experiences that move seamlessly between physical and digital worlds – something we call fluid play,” said Tom Donaldson, Senior Vice President, LEGO Creative Play Lab in the announcement of the new theme. “At our core we focus on tactile building, but AR presents opportunities to enhance physical LEGO play with new action and mastery elements. We’re breaking the mold of gaming-first AR play experiences to create a new type of play where the physical world actually influences the AR layer, instead of the other way around.”

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