They’re finally here! After a couple of promotional teasers that includes a video of Tracer’s minifigure counterpart, and an exclusive brick-built Omnic Bastion, the stage is all set for the reveal of the official LEGO Overwatch sets.
These LEGO Overwatch sets are awesome enough to get the attention not just of the Overwatch gaming community, but also of LEGO itself. It was one of the biggest licensing coups of the company lately, and from these LEGO Overwatch box art previews, they’re not going to disappoint at all. Here are the sets, their retail prices and a pretty impressive collection of box art images courtesy of Target and Brickset.
Tracer vs. Widowmaker (75970)
Includes Tracer and Widowmaker minifigures; 129 pieces $14.99
Hanzo vs. Genji (75971)
Minifigures include Hanzo, Genji and an agent; 197 pieces; $19.99
Dorado Showdown (75972)
Includes Soldier 76, McCree and Reaper minifigures; 419 pieces; $29.99
D.Va & Reinhardt (75973)
Includes two impressive mech builds with D.Va and Reinhardt minifigures; 455 pieces; $39.99
Features a multi-build, transforming humanoid mech build; 602 pieces; $49.99
Watchpoint: Gibraltar (75975)
Includes a Winston bigfig, with Mercy, Pharah and Reaper minifigures; 730 pieces; $89.99
And that’s about it for this wave. Knowing how expansive the universe of Overwatch, we hope to see additional characters rendered in LEGO. Eagle-eyed Overwatch fans can tell that not all playable characters from the game have received their minifigure counterparts except for these handful of big names. Hopefully LEGO Overwatch becomes a hit enough, and that more sets will follow. These LEGO Overwatch sets are slated to be released in January next year.