75335 BD-1 launches on August 1 with 1,062 pieces for £89.99 / $99.99 / €99.99. It’s also the first model based on the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game, which is getting a sequel in 2023. Now that the game is part of the LEGO Star Wars portfolio, it brings with it an all-new range of content for the design team to cover.
5 – The Stinger Mantis
Arguably the most obvious choice for another LEGO Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order model is the Stinger Mantis, the ship that the team uses to travel between plants throughout the game. The shape of the ship allows for a thin, but a spacious interior that the LEGO Star Wars design could recreate and it’s been confirmed for the sequel to boot.
4 – Bracca
Bracca is the first planet you’ll see Cal Kestis explore in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and was even featured in The Bad Batch series. One of the gameplay segments on Bracca sees Cal Kestis chased by the Empire aboard a train packed with AT-AT and various other cargo. We’d like to see a model for this scene similar to 75217 Imperial Conveyex Transport to memorialise Cal’s attempted escape.
3 – Fortress Inquisitorius
Currently featured in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series at the time of writing, a build based on the Fortress Inquisitorius could explore the depths of this headquarters above and below the waterline, tying in to both the game and the new Disney+ show while bringing us new Inquisitor minifigures.
2 – Ordo Eris
You might not recognise the name of this location, but those who have played Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will know it from when Cal is captured by bounty hunters and made to compete in an arena against droids and more enemies. The arena itself is quite flat, but it could inspire a build similar to 75334 Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader, focusing on the included minifigures as well as the model.
1 – The early Empire AT-AT
AT-ATs are nothing new to LEGO Star Wars, though the design seen at the battle of Hoth wasn’t the first look these walkers had, as an earlier design can be seen in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. It’s notably different to how it appears later in the franchise, and the foliage stuck to the side offers another way that a LEGO Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order AT-AT set could be different to previous builds for the walker.