LEGO Star Wars has been on a renewed “The Mandalorian” tie-in bent lately. At least two sets we’re guaranteed to be getting by March 1. Those would be the Dark Trooper Assault (75324) and the titular Mandalorian Helmet (75328). The tie-ins to the Disney+ series and the newest Star Wars Helmet sets fall under consecutive set numbers. From Dark Trooper Assault there are two numbers before Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet (75327). We know that LEGO Star Wars 75326 is Boba Fett’s Throne Room, as listed on Amazon Germany (briefly). What about set 75325? Amazon beats LEGO.com again via UK.
This news comes to us via German LEGO news source Promobricks. Feast your eyes on The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325) seen in “The Book of Boba Fett” on Disney+. It’ now listed on Amazon UK. This modified Naboo starfighter became Mandalorian antihero Din Djarin’s new ride after losing his Razor Crest freighter. The customized version features stronger laser cannons and a heavily stripped-down, nearly skeletal, frame for greater speed. Furthermore, a cockpit for Grogu replaces the astromech droid slot. We’re looking at spring-loaded shooters for both laser cannons and the torpedo launcher. We get of course a Din Djarin minifigure, alongside N-1 customizer Peli Motto. Grogu and Droid microfigures join the two.
Promobrick adds that the Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter (75325) contains 412 pieces and is priced at €69.99 in Europe. That would probably convert to perhaps $79.99 when LEGO.com US finally does a product listing; and they should, eventually. The set might launch in June this year. That release window may possibly be the same deal for Boba Fett’s Throne Room (75326).