LEGO Star Wars 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle officially announced

A new LEGO Star Wars set, 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle, has been officially revealed.

The latest set in the LEGO Star Wars line, 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle, has been announced. It will be an Amazon exclusive, promised to go on pre-order tomorrow, although a release date has not yet been revealed. The set, revealed at, contains 1,060 bricks, has bespoke box art and will retail for $129.99.

Minifigures in the set will include Darth Vader, bacta-soaking Darth Vader, two Royal Guards and an Imperial Pilot. Inside the model, fans will find Vader’s bacta tank, his meditation chamber and unique TIE Fighter. The front of the set is in a different scale to the interior.

This set announcement comes quickly after several other new LEGO Star Wars sets, with 75222 Betrayal at Cloud City, 75230 Porg, 41627 Luke Skywalker & Yoda, 41628 Princess Leia Organa and 41629 Boba Fett.

Here is the official product description:

Set the scene for action on planet Mustafar with LEGO Star Wars 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle! This building set of Vader’s mysterious stronghold features lots of great details, including a brick-built lava flow, an underground hangar with mouse droid and docking station, ancient Sith shrine with holocron, racks for extra ammunition, and secret compartments hiding more Sith relics. The hangar also houses a buildable TIE Advanced Fighter model with stud shooters and space to sit the Darth Vader minifigure. There’s also a bacta tank, Darth Vader’s meditation chamber with holographic communication unit, and a meeting platform at the top with a defensive stud-shooter cannon. As well as classic Darth Vader, the set also includes a bacta tank version of the Dark Lord, plus 2 Royal Guards and an Imperial Transport Pilot.

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