More LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker rumours

Rumours are swirling about what LEGO Star Wars sets might be released ahead of the release of Star Wars: the Rise of Skywalker.

Brick Fanatics recently published a rumour list showing sets that are expected to be those that launch the LEGO Star Wars range for The Rise of Skywalker when the merchandise arrives on October 4. Over the weekend, Rebelscum published a list of set names and numbers that the website expects to be released on that date.

Based on the information from Rebelscum, the Brick Fanatics list can be linked up with the set numbers to provide a slightly more complete picture:

75246 Gun turret (£17.99)
75248 A-wing (£24.99)
75254 AT-ST – brown in colour (£54.99)
75250 Speeder Bike and Landspeeder (£54.99)
75249 Y-wing (£74.99)
75256 Kylo Ren’s Starfighter (£109.99)
75257 Millennium Falcon (£139.99)

The names shown are not likely to be the final, official set names, and the prices may not prove to be completely accurate either – all of this should give an indication of what fans can expect though.

75255 is the set number for the Yoda set that is also expected to be part of the wave.

In addition to these sets, Rebelscum has listed further rumoured releases for the Microfighters subtheme and from the George Lucas saga:

75263 “ferry” microfighter
75264 Kylo Ren’s microfighter
75265 Bantha & Skyhopper microfighter
75266 First Order Stormtrooper battle pack
75267 “huckleberry” battle pack
75268 4+ Snowspeeder
75269 Obi-Wan vs Anakin duel scene/playset
75270 Obi-Wan’s hermitage playset
75271 Landspeeder

As always, fans should take rumoured information with a pinch of salt and ait for an official announcement to see what LEGO Star Wars sets are coming in the future.

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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