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Six Upcoming Lego Overwatch Sets Leak

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Everyone freaked out when Blizzard and LEGO announced their collaboration to create custom LEGO sets around Overwatch and it’s heroes. And this morning we got six new reasons to lose our minds as fans of the popular shooter.

Via an accidental leak of new sets coming to Target, due to a technical glitch in the Target Registry App, six seemingly official images of Lego Overwatch sets were released into the wild. We also got to see pricing information for all the sets as well. There are six new sets in total, ranging price from $14.99 to $89.99 — available in both mini figure scale and brick-built variants.

There’s plenty of choice in terms of what characters are included. There are, however, some more or less popular characters that are not included like Lucio. Hopefully there’s another wave which includes missing heroes.

The first of the sets is already available, exclusively through the Blizzard online store. Fans can pick up the Omnic Bastion set. The Omnic Bastion kit costs $25 and consists of 182 pieces, including LEGO bricks for a miniature Ganymede, the feathery friend of Bastion.

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In terms of the other sets, each one features at least two heroes from the game in the cheaper sets, with the higher-priced sets being sprawling large sets focusing on a major lore element from Overwatch. Here’s a full rundown of each set with brick counts and prices:

  • Tracer vs. Widowmaker (75970) – 129 pieces/$14.99
  • Hanzo vs. Genji (75971)- 197 pieces/$19.99
  • Dorado Showdown (75972) – 419 pieces/$29.99
  • D.Va & Reinhardt (75973) – 455 pieces/$39.99
  • Bastion (75974) – 602 pieces/$49.99
  • Watchpoint: Gibraltar (75975) – 730 pieces/$89.99

Overwatch is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out all the leaked images of these new LEGO sets down below.

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