More details on rumoured LEGO Fortnite 2024 sets

More rumoured details have emerged on the LEGO Fortnite sets said to be coming our way later this year, including an 18+ set and a flagship Battle Bus.

A full wave of LEGO Fortnite products was originally rumoured all the way back in February, though details were relatively scant. Instagram user itavixbrix has now reported (via Brick Clicker) an updated list of sets apparently coming our way in October, complete with piece counts, price points and details on potential minifigures for the biggest set in the wave.

Check out all the latest details on the five LEGO Fortnite sets (and their accompanying gift-with-purchase) in the table below.

LEGO Fortnite sets rumoured for 2024

LEGO setPricePiecesRelease date
40728 GWPTBCTBCOctober 1, 2024
77070 Burger Battleground$14.99193October 1, 2024
77071 Loot Llama$39.99691October 1, 2024
77072 TBCTBCTBCOctober 1, 2024
77073 Peely Bone (18+)$99.991,414October 1, 2024
77074 Battle Bus$99.99954October 1, 2024

There’s been some shuffling of the pack since the last update to this rumour, as the 18+ set Peely Bone is now numbered 77073 rather than 77072, and has a heftier piece count and price. Maybe the most interesting takeaway is that a minifigure-scale Battle Bus is back on the table, having originally been rumoured and then disputed earlier this year.

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The 954-piece flagship set is said to include minifigures of Adventure Peely, Meowsicles, Cuddle Team Leader, Bright Bomber ‘and more’. The other new set included in this latest list is 77070 Burger Battleground, the product number for which was previously attached to a price of €29.99. Such a wide discrepancy between US and EU prices wouldn’t be impossible, but it could be that the LEGO Group has revised the price tag for this one over the past few months.

That’s assuming these LEGO Fortnite sets exist at all, and right now the only hint we have of physical products coming from an official source is that you can no longer submit LEGO Fortnite projects to LEGO Ideas. Give it a go and you’ll be greeted with the message that the team has ‘already evaluated this IP’ and determined that they ‘can’t allow submissions based on it’ thanks to ‘current third-party overlap’.

Even that isn’t outright confirmation, of course, so your best bet is just holding tight for an official reveal from the LEGO Group if and when the time comes. But given the ongoing in-game partnership between the LEGO Group and Fortnite, physical sets feel almost inevitable at this stage – and the latest LEGO Fortnite experience could have given us a glimpse at what they might look like.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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