LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020 Set Images Revealed

Yesterday we had a glimpse of what to expect from the upcoming wave of LEGO Ninjago summer 2020 sets. Though what we have initially were low-res box art images, it somehow gave us a glimpse of what they have to offer. And this time around, thanks to Promobricks, we now have better images of these new LEGO Ninjago sets. A closer look reveals several interesting LEGO elements and pieces, and a new way to play with these LEGO sets. But first things first, let’s take a look at these set images.

Spinjitzu Burst Cole (70685)

48 pieces | €9.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Spinjitzu Burst Kai (70686)

48 pieces | €9.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Spinjitzu Burst Lloyd (70687)

48 pieces | €9.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

 

Storm Fighter Battle 4+ (71703)

165 pieces | €29.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

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Kai Fighter (71704)

513 pieces | €39.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

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Destiny’s Bounty (71705)

1,781 pieces | €129.99

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Journey to the Skull Dungeons (71717)

401 pieces | €24.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Wu’s Battle Dragon (71718)

321 pieces | €19.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Zane´s Mino Creature (71719)

616 pieces | €49.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Fire Stone Mech (71720)

968 pieces | €69.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Skull Sorcerer’s Dragon (71721)

1,016 pieces | €79.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

Skull Sorcerer’s Dungeon (71722)

1,171 pieces | €99.99

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020

 

Aside from continuing the Legacy subtheme, we also have what seems to be a new storyline for our brick heroes. Sets 71717 to 71722 highlight a new play feature wherein similar to the LEGO Super Mario sets, these Ninjago sets can be combined in a kind of boardgame mechanic set in an underground world. The Skull Sorcerer’s Dungeon (71722), aside from being the largest in this series, seems to act as the central hub for the rest of the sets as well. The result is an elaborately detailed dungeon-like obstacle course that players need to navigate. These sets also come with a brick-built dice piece and a health bar of sorts similar to a video game. The rules are not explicitly described in the box art, but LEGO made it clear that an insert will be included to explain all of these. Unlike the LEGO Super Mario theme, this setup does not require any additional electronic gadgets or implements.

Eagle-eyed LEGO fans also noticed the many new elements that were introduced in this latest wave of Ninjago sets. Lukas from Stonewars highlighted these new LEGO parts including new armor minifigure skull elements. I’m looking forward to these new pieces especially the new armor element that also acts as a shoulder guard for that matter.

As of this posting, LEGO Shop@Home hasn’t listed these LEGO Ninjago summer 2020 sets but we can assume that they will be released early in June. I’ll update these links once more info is available.

So what do you think of this latest wave of sets? Are you looking forward to these as well? Comment down below to share your thoughts.

Author: Albert Balanza

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6 thoughts on “LEGO Ninjago Summer 2020 Set Images Revealed”

    1. Yep, same here. They’re still labeled as Coming Soon over at LEGO Shop@Home, so I bet they’ll be out soon. Plus a handful of reviews are already out over at YouTube if you want to know more about this next wave of LEGO Ninjago sets.

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