Only four LEGO Star Wars sets are confirmed for 2023 so far, all of which will be available to purchase from January 1. But rumours for much of the rest of the year are already circling, giving us an idea of what to expect all the way through August – from new helmets and dioramas to at least one new Ultimate Collector Series set.
Check out the table below for a snapshot of LEGO Star Wars in 2023, then scroll down for more information on each set (where available).
Every LEGO Star Wars set confirmed and rumoured for 2023
|LEGO set||Price||Pieces||Release date|
|40591 [May the 4th Promo]||TBC||TBC||May 2023|
|40615 Tusken Raider||£9.99 / $9.99 / €9.99||152||January 1, 2023|
|40623 [Endor BrickHeadz Pack]||$39.99 / €39.99||TBC||TBC 2023|
|75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter||£8.99 / $9.99 / €9.99||85||January 1, 2023|
|75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack||£17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99||119||January 1, 2023|
|75346 Pirate Snubfighter||€34.99||285||May 2023|
|75347 TIE Bomber||£59.99 / $64.99 / €64.99||625||January 1, 2023|
|75348 Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs. TIE Interceptor||€99.99||957||May 2023|
|75349 Captain Rex (Phase II) Helmet||€69.99||854||March 2023|
|75350 Commander Cody (Phase I) Helmet||€69.99||766||March 2023|
|75351 TBC||€69.99||TBC||TBC 2023|
|75352 Death Star Throne Room Diorama||€99.99||807||May 2023|
|75353 Endor Speeder Bike Chase Diorama||€79.99||608||May 2023|
|75354 TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC 2023|
|75355 [UCS]||€239.99||TBC||May 2023|
|75356 TBC||€69.99||TBC||March 2023|
|75358 TBC||$39.99||124||Summer 2023|
|75360 TBC||$34.99||253||August 2023|
|75362 TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC 2023|
|75363 TBC||$14.99||88||August 2023|
|75364 TBC||TBC||TBC||September 2023|
|75365 TBC||$159.99||1,067||Summer 2023|
|75366 Star Wars Advent Calendar||$44.99||320||TBC 2023|
|75368 TBC||$14.99||139||Summer 2023|
|75369 TBC||TBC||155||TBC 2023|
|75370 TBC||TBC||138||August 2023|
|75371 [18+]||$199.99||2,320||Summer 2023|
40591 [May the 4th promo]
Qualifying threshold: TBC Pieces: TBC Release date: May 2023
Little is known about next year’s May the Fourth promo beyond its rumoured product number, but we’re hoping the LEGO Star Wars team will follow up 2022’s 40531 Lars Family Homestead Kitchen with another vignette and a brand new character. It’s much more substantial than just a minifigure polybag, after all…
40615 Tusken Raider
Price: £9.99 / $9.99 / €9.99 Pieces: 152 Release date: January 1, 2023
The first LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz set for 2023 recreates one of Tatooine’s best-known denizens in 40615 Tusken Raider. It’s an effective translation of the character into the BrickHeadz standard, and should make for an easy impulse purchase for those who have already bought into this theme of buildable statuettes.
40623 [Endor BrickHeadz pack]
Price: $39.99 / €39.99 Pieces: TBC Release date: TBC 2023
2023’s second LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz set is said to celebrate Return of the Jedi’s 40th anniversary, bundling together five different characters: Luke Skywalker in his black Jedi robes; Lando Calrissian in his general outfit; Princess Leia in her camo clothing; Wicket the Ewok and R2-D2.
75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter
Price: £8.99 / $9.99 / €9.99 Pieces: 85 Release date: January 1, 2023
Rounding out the longlist of Slave I sets at every imaginable scale, 75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter brings the bounty hunter’s ship into the Microfighter fold based on its appearance in The Book of Boba Fett. That means it also includes the same Boba Fett minifigure we’ve seen in 75312 Boba Fett’s Starship and 75326 Boba Fett’s Throne Room (minus his rangefinder).
75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack
Price: £17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99 Pieces: 119 Release date: January 1, 2023
The latest LEGO Star Wars battle pack represents a change in direction for the theme, expanding on an existing Clone Trooper legion rather than introducing a new one. There are three new classes of soldier in 75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack, all based on the blue-tinted troopers from EA’s Star Wars: Battlefront II video game.
75346 Pirate Snubfighter
Price: €34.99 Pieces: 285 Release date: May 2023
This small ship is one of two sets said to be based on The Mandalorian Season 3, and may or may not look a little something like this custom build, which was designed using AI-enhanced footage from the Star Wars show’s trailer. There’s a good chance the final set name will be something completely different – snubfighter just refers generically to a small starfighter – but it should bring us a brand new vehicle.
75347 TIE Bomber
Price: £59.99 / $64.99 / €64.99 Pieces: 625 Release date: January 1, 2023
LEGO Star Wars is off to a strong start in 2023 with 75347 TIE Bomber, the first minifigure-scale ship of its kind since 2003’s 4479 TIE Bomber. A full two decades of new parts and design improvements has led to a near-perfect Star Wars set, which also includes four brand new minifigures. Check out our full review here.
75348 Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs. TIE Interceptor
Price: €99.99 Pieces: 957 Release date: May 2023
Also thought to be based on The Mandalorian Season 3, this set – as imagined in the concept above by redditor Catapimbson – will reportedly combine two warring LEGO Star Wars ships in a single box for the first time in several years. One of those will also apparently be our first TIE Interceptor since 2006, as the LEGO Group continues to expand its Imperial navy beyond regular TIE Fighters.
75349 Captain Rex (Phase II) Helmet
Price: €69.99 Pieces: 854 Release date: March 2023
At least two new additions to the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection are said to be coming in 2023, and they’re drawing on prequel trilogy characters for the first time with two much-loved Clone Troopers. The first of those is rumoured to be Captain Rex’s Phase II helmet, keying into the wider popularity of the 501st Legion. Surely a Captain Rex minifigure can’t be too far behind?
75350 Commander Cody (Phase I) Helmet
Price: €69.99 Pieces: 766 Release date: March 2023
The second LEGO Star Wars helmet for 2023 will reportedly turn to another fan-favourite character in Commander Cody, but will distinguish itself from Captain Rex by delivering the orange-tinted trooper’s Phase I helmet. While they might not match on your shelf, they should at least offer very different builds – does anyone really want two different colourways of the same helmet?
75352 Death Star Throne Room Diorama
Price: €99.99 Pieces: 807 Release date: May 2023
One of potentially three new LEGO Star Wars dioramas rumoured for next year, 75352 Death Star Throne Room Diorama will apparently revisit well-trodden ground from the climax of Return of the Jedi. We’ve had a couple of playsets of this scene in recent years, but it could look very different as an 18+ diorama – and it makes perfect sense for the movie’s 40th anniversary.
75353 Endor Speeder Bike Chase Diorama
Price: €79.99 Pieces: 608 Release date: May 2023
Another Return of the Jedi diorama said to be on the way in 2023, this set will reportedly capture the frenetic speeder bike chase through the forests of Endor – and there are plenty of ways the LEGO Group could really make this a Star Wars set to remember. A third diorama is apparently also in the works, depicting Jabba’s Palace, but we’re still waiting on a specific set number for that one. (There are several free slots in the current list.)
Price: €239.99 Pieces: TBC Release date: May 2023
2023’s first Ultimate Collector Series model will apparently fall in line with 75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder in terms of pricing, so expect a suitably-sized set for May the 4th. There’s no firm word yet on what it could be, though some sources are suggesting a buildable Chewbacca. Based on the response to 76215 Black Panther, fingers crossed the LEGO Group has something else up its sleeve…
75366 Star Wars Advent Calendar
Price: $44.99 Pieces: 320 Release date: TBC 2023
There are no details as of yet on next year’s LEGO Star Wars advent calendar, beyond the fact it exists (no prizes for guessing that one) and that it will apparently contain 320 pieces. That’s nine fewer pieces than 2022’s 75340 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, so it’s not difficult to believe.
Price: $199.99 Pieces: 2,320 Release date: Summer 2023
A second large LEGO Star Wars set is said to be coming in the summer, though it’s not yet clear whether it will be 2023’s second UCS model. It could be that it will sit beyond the usual release schedule for the theme as a third UCS set, or it may not be a UCS set at all (and could just be an 18+ set within a new subtheme). The possibilities are endless at this stage…
Remember to take all rumours with a pinch of salt until confirmed otherwise by the LEGO Group.
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