LEGO Con 2022 completed yesterday with a surprisingly positive response from viewers and there was a lot packed in the two hours of the event. There were more LEGO reveals compared to last year and there were also some teasers that you may have missed in between. If you tuned in live for LEGO Con, LEGO is during a survey and taking feedback about the show. You have until June 27 to fill it out.
The not so obvious teaser was during the LEGO Harry Potter segment where LEGO Design Master Marcos Bessa talks to Evanna Lynch about some of the HP sets with the huge Hogwarts Express in the background. There’s been rumors of a large scale Hogwarts Express (76405) coming in the fall that has a reported 5,129 pieces and will retail for €499.99.
The more subtle teaser was during the LEGO Star Wars reveals when LEGO Designers Michael Lee Stockwell and Madison O’Neil both came out wearing shirts with the Razor Crest outline. It has also been rumored that there will be a UCS Razor Crest (75331) that will retail for around $529.99. This rumor is a little more iffy than the Hogwarts Express.
Lastly, we got a first look at potentially one of the next LEGO Minecraft minifigures. There is a fan vote that will be starting soon to choose between the Crystal Knight, Classic Knight, or Prismarine Knight. They said it will be on their Twitter page but we don’t see anything yet.
LEGO Icons Lion Knights’ Castle (10305) 4,514 pieces/$399.99
LEGO Icons Galaxy Explorer (10497) – 1,254 pieces/$99.99
LEGO Marvel Sanctum Sanctorum (76218) – 2,708 pieces/$249.99
LEGO Star Wars The Justifier (75323) – 1,022 pieces/$169.99
LEGO Star Wars AT-TE Walker (75337) – 1,082 pieces/$139.99
LEGO Avatar Toruk Makto & Tree of Souls (75574) – 1,212 pieces/$149.99
Floral Art (31207) – 2,870 pieces/$79.99
LEGO BrickHeadz FC Barcelona Go Brick Me (40542) – 530 pieces/$19.99
LEGO Super Mario Character Packs – Series 5 (71410) – $5.99 each
LEGO Minecraft The Skeleton Dungeon (21189) – 364 pieces/$34.99
LEGO Minecraft The Abandoned Village (21190) – 422 pieces/$44.99
The current season of LEGO Ninjago Crystalized will be ending for the ninjas later this year and that will be concluding this storyline. It doesn’t mean the theme will be ending but there will be a brand new story for the ninjas so stay tuned for that.
Not so same can be said for the LEGO Friends Heartlake Stories as the final countdown has started. It was said in the teaser that the girls will get together for one last adventure so we’ll see what happens with that. The latest wave of sets represents a significant part of the girls growing up and their journey. Whether or not the original girls come back to Heartlake City remains up in the air. Could we be seeing new characters replacing them next year?
What did you think about LEGO Con 2022? Let us know in the comments below.
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