After the official announcement that LEGO will launch a handful of tie-in sets for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom due to be released on April, 2018, we now have pieces of info that may suggest how this highly anticipated theme will take shape.
A quick browse over at Brickset’s database will show how LEGO intends to package the entire theme, which is expected to be represented across the Juniors and Duplo lines as well. As it seems, we have three (3) Juniors sets, two (2) Duplo sets, and five (5) regular LEGO sets that will be tied-in with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
LEGO Juniors Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
LEGO Duplo Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Regular Sets)
A few days ago, Dutch LEGO fan site, Bouwsteentjes shared some insider info on how the regular LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sets may look like. Without being much of a spoiler, these initial descriptions gives us a glimpse of how these sets will fare, and what new figures and features we can expect. Here’s some rough translation as provided Jurassic World fan site, Jurassic Outpost. Take note that this only include set numbers 75926 to 75929, and may change anytime depending on LEGO’s fine-tuning.
LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (75926); priced @ 24.99 EUR
A set containing a blue-grey 4×4 vehicle with a Pteranodon. There is one minifigure in the set.
LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (75927); priced @ 39.99 EUR
Looks like the Jurassic World Raptor Escape (75920). The difference is that the set looks more like a residence instead of a cage. The walls are high and there’s some kind of stage on which a minifigure can stand. Looks like it only contains one raptor and two minifigures in the set.
LEGOJurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (75928); priced 59.99 EUR
A set with a helicopter, which, from what we can take from the picture, can capture a dinosaur from the air. The dino most likely being a raptor. Also a small vehicle is included, probably a quad. Number of minifigures, unknown.
LEGOJurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (75929); priced 79.99 EUR
This is a more expensive set, containing a big transport truck, like seen in Jurassic World: Raptor Rampage (75917), a gyrosphere, a tower with grapple hook and a T-Rex. The number of minifigures is uncertain, but it looks to be 4.
So what do you think about these sets? Honestly, it seems that LEGO’s choice of dinos in these sets sounds more like a rehash of previous ones. However, if you’re a fan of raptors, these sets will certainly not disappoint. We just have to wait and see until the big reveal sometime in April 2018.