The new sets are largely based on The Mandalorian, including 75312 Slave I, 75316 Mandalorian Fighter, 75311 Imperial Troop Transport, and 75315 Moff Gideon’s Light Cruiser. We also see Ahsoka fighting Darth Maul in front of the Mandalore Throne in 75310 The Mandalore Throne and Vault, as seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
75316 Mandalorian Fighter also gives us new minifigures in the form of Bo Katan and Gar Saxon, along with their blue ship. Inside 75312 Slave I, there’s space for a minifigure to sit in the pilot seat, to be seen through the transparent plastic glass. Plus, you can reenact some of the epic battles the ship has flown in with firable studs from the forward-facing guns. 75315 Moff Gideon’s Light Cruiser also has playable guns on multiple surfaces, enabling you to shoot in multiple directions.
75312 Slave I includes two minifigures, Din Djarin and an updated Boba Fett. If you want to include Grogu in your displays, you’ll need to purchase the larger set, 75315 Moff Gideon’s Light Cruiser, which includes minifigure versions of Grogu, Din, Cara Dune, Fennec Shand, Moff Gideon, and a Dark Trooper.
It’s not clear yet when these will be released in general or when they’ll be announced in other areas of the world, but we’ll be keeping an eye out for you. The Japanese catalogue has now been taken down, but multiple LEGO news outlets are continuing to report on the reveals. We’ll keep you updated on any announcements on price and availability as we have them.