The 5-in-1 set will go live in just 10 days, on October 15. That’s approximately two months after its planned release, following “unavoidable delays” in the development process.
With so much tech in the box to fine-tune, it’s really no surprise that the timing has had to shift. But the fourth generation of the company’s hugely successful coding system will soon be available for everyone through LEGO.com and in LEGO Stores.
The set also includes a series of coding challenges, which will require users to apply the skills they’ve learned through the building process. BOOST-like drag-and-drop coding teaches the basics, with Python included for advanced programmers.
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