The official images of the next 2 Lego Star Wars are online

The wait is over for fans of the intergalactic saga and the little colorful bricks: the first official visuals of the upcoming LEGO Star Wars sets have just made their big appearance. The excitement is at a fever pitch as we discover what LEGO has in store for us to continue celebrating the rich history of Star Wars through its creations.

Set Details 75381: Buildable Droideka

The battlefield extends to our shelves with the arrival of the Buildable Droideka set, giving fans of the first hour a dose of nostalgia.

  • Set Name: Buildable Droideka
  • Set number: 75381
  • Release date: May 1
  • Price: €64.99
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Imposing and rich in detail, the 583-piece set allows you to build an articulated version of the Droideka, the iconic threat of the Jedi Knights in the Star Wars saga. Aficionados will appreciate the meticulous finish, the fold functionality for a film-accurate ball transformation, and the commemorative plaque to mark the 25th anniversary of LEGO Star Wars. This set will undoubtedly take pride of place among the collections.

Set 75380 Details: Mos Espa Podrace

Relive the frenzy of the famous Boonta Eve Race with the spectacular LEGO Mos Espa Podrace set, a tribute to one of the prequel's most thrilling moments.

  • Set Name: Mos Espa Podrace
  • Set number: 75380
  • Release date: May 1
  • Price: €79.99
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With 718 pieces, this set reproduces a fragment of the famous pod race with a detailed landscape of the Mos Espa circuit. Fans will thrill as they assemble miniature versions of Anakin and Sebulba's pods and discover the LEGO Star Wars 25th anniversary tribute details, including the Qui-Gon Jinn quote. A set that promises hours of fun and wonder.

To conclude, these new LEGO Star Wars sets have everything to appeal to fans of epic recreations and ingenious mechanics. With their imminent releases, the real question remains: which of these sets will join your own galaxy of collections? Share your excitement and preferences in the comments below!

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Quentin, a 30-year-old writer who's been passionate about Lego since I was very young. I regularly publish articles on the latest Lego news and releases, sharing my knowledge and passion with readers. I'm also active in the online Lego community, where I share my creations and exchange ideas with other enthusiasts. If you're a Lego fan, you won't want to miss my publications!

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