Update: Since our initial coverage, we’ve received first look at several upcoming Mandaloran kits, as well as two Clone Wars Creations

Summer is fast approaching. Here are all the details about what you can expect from the upcoming season LEGO Star WarsThe lineup is falling into place. After getting a first look at the wave from last week’s Bad Batch Shuttle debut, we’ve now confirmed some reports that indicate we’ll see a new UCS AT-AT is accompanied by a series sets that are centered around Mandalorian. For all the details, see below.

We checked in last time with what was on the top from the summer LEGO Star Wars We knew what we could expect from the new collection from the lineup. Although a few things were confirmed in January, such as the Bad Batch Shuttle or R2-D2, others have been pushed back, like the Republic Gunship.

As of now, all of the sets are slated to launch on September 1, similarly to when last year’s summer Wave was released. And while not specifically themed to a particular film or Disney+ season, now that we have an updated list of what to expect, it’s clear there is a heavy emphasis on the Mandalorian. But let’s dive in and check out all of the upcoming kits.

LEGO Star Wars summer 2021

UCS Republic Gunship

We will start with what we have already confirmed from the LEGO G

roup, we’ve already been privy to quite a bit of information on the upcoming UCS Republic Gunship. Since the interview with LEGO Designers back in March, we now have confirmation that the set will be sold for $350 Its part count is 3,292 pieces.

Jedi Bob, the minifigure, was previously confirmed not to be included in the set, much to dismay. However, now we know which characters will be appearing. The following is fitting for the Attack of the Clones theme. UCS Republic Gunship will also include Mace Windu, as well as a new red Clone Captain minifigure.

Bad Batch Shuttle

When 9to5Toys received the first word about these upcoming Bad Batch Shuttles, it wasn’t yet confirmed. But, in the time that it took to obtain additional confirmations from additional sources, the LEGO the set was officially unveiled by Group.

Let’s now move on to the next step. LEGO Group hasn’t officially confirmed yet.

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UCSAT-AT

The rumors about the upcoming were first spotted. LEGO Star Wars sets, all the talk was about the idea of the latest brick-built death. Star. But it looks like we’ll have to wait until later down the line to see a new version of the space station, as our latest reports indicate that the fall will see the launch of a different icon from the Galactic Empire.

Still scheduled to enter at $800Price point: The 6,782-piece creation will now supposedly be the AT-AT. Fans have been asking for this vehicle to be made. UCS We have been waiting for this moment for years, and now it seems like we are finally getting it. Given how lanky the vehicle is, it’s long been thought that the LEGO Although Group had difficulty making it a large model, it is now one of the most popular. Star Wars set to date, it is likely that the bricks included in the launch will be able to pull this off. Our current reports note that we’ll see a launch following the actual summer wave, with LEGO UCSAT-AT launches in time for Black Friday

As of now, this is the kit that we’re least certain of seeing launch this year. With the UCS Republic Gunship already being set in stone and the previous launch of the R2-D2, it’s rare to see three collectible sets of this caliber launch in a single year. Out of all of the potential sets, I’m not entirely sold that this will actually launch come fall.

Gideon’s Light Cruiser

Headlining the LEGO Star Wars Summer wave is the largest creation from the collection, Gideon’s Light Cruiser from the Mandalorian. Featured throughout the latter portion of season two, the part count and overall size of this ship’s brick-built debut are still up in the air. We do know that it’ll clock in at $160 It also includes a variety minifigures, including Mando himself as well as Moff Gideon. That’s alongside Cara Dune despite the actress no longer being involved with the series and an unconfirmed character, which will likely end up being a Dark Trooper minifig.

We’ve never seen a ship quite like this in LEGO form before, which is an apprenticed departure of the usual. So count on this being one of the year’s more popular creations from a galaxy far, far away, especially considering it’ll likely include quite a few exclusive minifigures.

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A mockup courtesy Je hyung Lee on Flickr

 

 

Darth Vader Meditation Chamber

The Mandalorian themeing is now gone. LEGO Group will also release a new kit this year. summer these kits are geared towards older builders. Similar to the Bespin Duel set released last year as a limited-edition kit, we’ll be getting a 663-piece recreation of the Darth Vader Meditation Chamber from Empire Strikes Back.

The kit includes Vader himself and will be a great addition to your collection. more Display-focused model more Detail is more important than the average kit. It is expected to clock at$70While also including two additional minifigures in addition to the Sith Lord himself. A typical stormtrooper will also be joined by the first brick-built Imperial officer Admiral Piett.

Slave 1

Returning to Mandalorian theming 2021 LEGO Star Wars summer, we’re also getting the latest rendition of the Slave 1. While it’s still not set in stone on whether we’ll see a model updated specifically to fit in with season two of the series or the upcoming Book of Boba Fett Disney+ series, the set will be one of the smallest renditions of the bounty hunter’s ship to date.

Stacking up to 592 pieces, it’ll be a tad larger than the version included in 2018’s Betrayal at Cloud City set. It is $50Its price tag is also very affordable, being a fraction of what the commemorative 20th anniversary release was. Star Wars wave Boba Fett is the only inclusion in terms of minifigures.

Mando Advent Calendar

Each summer Wave of the LEGO Star Wars lineup will see a new version launch of the annual Advent Calendar. 2021This year’s is no exception. Though in a first for the festive kit, this year’s will be themed quite heavily around the Mandalorian. It will contain 335 pieces, including the usual assortment minifigures and miniature build at the. $40Price point

A mockup by Kevin Wollert, Flickr

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At that time, clock in $40The Imperial Troop Transport from season 2 of The Mandalorian will also be available at a lower price. The 478-piece vehicle includes a pair of Stormtroopers as well as a Greef Karga and mortar trooper.

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Beskar Forge

One of the more iconic scenes from the Mandalorian, we’re also going to be getting a 258-piece set based around the Beskar Forge. The set includes minifigures from the Armorer, and a Heavy Infantry Mandalorian. It will retail for approximately $199 $30. Hopefully, it’ll include some new printed 1 x 2 tiles with Beskar printing on them to really complete the set’s theme.

Duel on Mandalore

This is the most affordable set of the LEGO Star Wars The lineup summerOf 2021, we’re also getting a set based around the Clone Warsseries. Stacking up to 147 pieces, the Duel on Mandalore kit will depict Ahsoka Tano’s duel against Darth Maul and enters at a $20Price tag. Each of the minifigures will come with a brick-built version, as well as some other structures from this scene.

Brick Headz 150

And last up, it looks like we’re going to see the debut of the 150th BrickHeadz figure by the end of 2021Also. We covered the results from the last year at the end. LEGOIdeas vote, which saw Star WarsThe milestone will be celebrated with the theme “Win”. Alongside being able to weigh in on which property would get the honor of being the 150th brick-built figure, fans would also note which character they’d like to see. Now that the results have been tallied it appears that Jar Jar Binks was most popular.

It is unknown if we will see the Gungan in Brick Headz. The release should be before the end of the year, it seems. Right now, we’re sitting at the 145th Brick Headz release with the recent Harry Potter kits, so it shouldn’t be long until the latest Star Wars One is not revealed.

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