The Lego Group unveils multiple new Star Wars products

Published on: 18th June 2020

Fans of the franchise can choose from a range of new vehicle sets, while Christmas advent calendars are also available. 

The Lego Group has revealed a collection of new sets for the Star Wars range. Fans of the major film franchise and Lego lovers alike can re-imagine their favourite scenes from the movies such as the epic battle between elite 501st Legion Clone Troopers, or team up with Anakin Skywalker to pilot the Lego Star Wars Jedi Interceptor.

For the festive season, the Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar has buildable gifts behind each door, including popular characters in Christmas gear, plus starships and locations. The included playmat, which features an image of the Millennium Falcon with Christmas lights, can be unfolded to role-play seasonal stories. Fans can also look out for a code to unlock Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game content.

All year round, Star Wars fans can stage an epic battle between elite 501st Legion Clone Troopers and the Separatist Army’s Battle Droids. The Lego Star Wars 501st Legion Clone Troopers set replicates the real thing with the BARC Speeder and fire stud shooters.

The full list of products is as follows:

  • Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar
  • Lego Star Wars 501st Legion Clone Troopers
  • Lego Star Wars Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor
  • Lego Star Wars Armored Assault Tank (AAT)
  • Knights of Ren Transport Ship
  • General Grievous’s Starfighter
  • Lego Star Wars AT-AT
  • Death Star Final Duel
  • Resistance I-TS Transport
  • The Razor Crest


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