New LEGO Star Wars sets announced at International Toy Fair

Seven new LEGO Star Wars sets have been officially confirmed, revealing what fans can look forward to from the theme during 2018.

In the spirit of saving the most anticipated for last, PromoBricks has shared details of the LEGO Star Wars sets that the LEGO Group displayed at the International Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany. None of the sets based on Solo: A Star Wars Story were on display, but sets based on other source material, that will presumably be released on April 20 and during the summer, were on display.

Here are the LEGO Star Wars sets that fans can look forward to later this year, reported by PromoBricks:

75206 Jedi and Clone Troopers Battle Pack (16,99 Euro)
A small set with a mini dropship, two clone troopers and the Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi and Barriss Offee.

75208 Yoda’s Hut (29,99 Euro)
Yoda’s hut, about the size of the Ahch-To Training 75200. It includes Yoda, Luke from Episode V and R2-D2. Luke can take Yoda on the back and reenact various exercises from the film. The cabin has an interior with kitchen and bed.

75214 Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (29,99 Euro)
One of Anakin’s numerous starfighters, here a yellow Delta-7B Ether Sprite Light Interceptor used during the Clone Wars. [This includes] are Anakin and R2-D2. A similar set 7669 was already available in 2008.

75216 Snoke’s Throne Room (69,99 Euro)
The throne room from Episode VIII. With revolving elevator and throne and a function you can drag Rey to the throne as in the movie. There are two elite Praetorian Guards, Snoke, Rey and Kylo Ren. Comparable to the old Throne Room Playset 75093.

75218 X-Wing (99.99 Euro)
An X-Wing from the old films (analog Red-5, also marked in red) with two pilots and two astromech droids. Size similar to the current X-wings.

75220 Sandcrawler (129.99 Euro)
A sandcrawler in midi format with many functions for opening and playing. There are two Jawas, Luke and three droids.

75213 Advent Calendar 2018 (29,99 Euro)
In the advent calendar I have only noted the figures that I noticed. They were: Rose, a Guavian Security Soldier, IG-88, another Droid and a snowman with a Rebel helmet as his head. In addition we are accustomed to numerous minibuilds of ships and vehicles.

The current range of LEGO Star Wars sets are available now from, with double VIP points for LEGO Star Wars VIP card holders.


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