Official Details of LEGO Star Wars Sets Coming Soon

The Skywalker Saga might have come to a close but that doesn’t mean we aren’t getting new LEGO Star Wars sets. LEGO has today officially revealed the details of all the sets for the second half of 2020. Some of these we have already seen and others we are seeing for the first time. All of these sets will be released on August 1st, except the advent calendar that will be released on September 1st.

Here are all the details…

75288 AT-AT™ – $249.99

1267 Pieces


Relive the Battle of Hoth and other classic Star Wars™ trilogy scenes with this AT-AT (75288) LEGO® building kit for kids! Different sections of the All Terrain Armored Transport vehicle open up for easy play, and it has spring-loaded shooters, plus a speeder bike inside. Fans will also love authentic details such as a winch to pull up Luke and his thermal detonator element.

The Empire vs. Rebel Alliance
This action-packed set includes 6 LEGO minifigures – Luke Skywalker, General Veers, 2 AT-AT Drivers and 2 Snowtroopers. They all have weapons, including Luke’s Lightsaber and the Snowtroopers’ tripod gun, to inspire Star Wars role-play missions. A wonderful gift idea for any LEGO Star Wars collector, it’s great for solo or group play.

75291 Death Star™ Final Duel – $169.99

775 Pieces


Kids can play out the epic Death Star Final Duel (75291) between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader with this LEGO® Star Wars: Return of the Jedi building set. Emperor Palpatine’s throne room has many cool features to inspire creative fun, including a LEGO minifigure Force-jump function. The stairs and bridge can also be collapsed, and Darth Vader can throw the Emperor in the reactor shaft just like in the classic scene.

Role-play action
This Death Star construction kit offers a testing building challenge and includes 5 LEGO Star Wars™ minifigures with Lightsabers and force pikes for fans to role-play action-packed battles. It also comes with a code to unlock a character in the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga video game.

View the rest of the sets below.

75293 Resistance I-TS Transport – $159.99

932 Pieces


Young Rebels can play out heroic missions with this LEGO® brick-built model of the Resistance I-TS Transport (75293) from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – a new land at Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort. The top of the shuttle lifts off and the sides open for easy play, and there are 4 rotating stud shooters by the cockpit and 4 rear stud shooters for battle action.

Unlimited creative play
Great for solo building and play or sharing the fun with friends, the set includes 4 Star Wars™ characters – Lieutenant Bek and Vi Moradi, plus Astromech Droid and GNK Power Droid LEGO figures – to role-play galactic adventures. This construction toy also makes an awesome display piece and it combines with other LEGO Star Wars sets for even more creative fun.

75284 Knights of Ren™ Transport Ship – $119.99

595 Pieces


Fans can relive epic Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker action scenes with this Knights of Ren Transport Ship (75284) LEGO® building set. Hidden ‘skis’ underneath this Star Wars™ villains’ starship replicate the hover effect, and it has 2 opening cockpits for the Knights of Ren, a compartment for a captured LEGO minifigure and 2 spring-loaded shooters to inspire creative play.

75286 General Grievous’s Starfighter™ – $119.99

487 Pieces


Get set for an epic clash between General Grievous and Obi-Wan Kenobi! The powerful warlord Grievous is flying into battle in his awesome starfighter. Look out for the spring-loaded shooters. When the starfighter comes in to land, use Obi-Wan’s Lightsaber and the Airborne Clone Trooper’s blaster to challenge the warlord. Who will win this thrilling Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith battle? You decide!

75283 Armored Assault Tank (AAT™) – $59.99

286 Pieces


Kids can enjoy hours of epic battle action with this LEGO® Star Wars: The Clone Wars Armored Assault Tank (AAT) building set (75283). The AAT has lots of realistic details to inspire fun, creative play, including opening hatches with space inside for the Battle Droids, LEGO minifigures, 2 spring-loaded shooters and a rotating turret with an elevating cannon.

501st Legion vs. Battle Droids!
This action-packed set comes with 2 LEGO Star Wars™ minifigures – Ahsoka Tano and Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper – AAT Driver Battle Droid and Battle Droid LEGO figures, and assorted weapons to inspire role play. An awesome gift idea to enhance any fan’s LEGO Star Wars collection, this toy building kit is great for solo or group play.

75281 Anakin’s Jedi™ Interceptor – $44.99

248 Pieces


Young Jedi can role-play Anakin Skywalker launching into battle piloting Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor (75281) with this action-packed LEGO® Star Wars™ set. This brick-built toy has lots of features to inspire creative play, including an opening LEGO minifigure cockpit, spring-loaded shooters, foldable wing flaps with space for R2-D2 and clips for spare ammo and Anakin’s Lightsaber.

75279 LEGO® Star Wars™ Advent Calendar – $49.99

311 Pieces


Kids can wake up to a gift every day in the run-up to Christmas with the 2020 LEGO® Star Wars™ Advent Calendar (75279) holiday building set. Behind each of the 24 doors is a Star Wars LEGO minifigure, LEGO figure, buildable starship, vehicle or location. Also, look out for a code to unlock Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game content.

Quick builds, unlimited creative fun
There are 6 LEGO minifigures and 6 LEGO figures to discover, such as Darth Vader with Christmas sweater decoration and D-O with a festive hat, plus a foldout playmat with an image of the Millennium Falcon with Christmas lights to inspire creative play. The 12 mini builds in this holiday calendar include Anakin’s Podracer, a Republic Cruiser and Darth Vader’s Castle.

75292 The Razor Crest™ – $199.99

1023 Pieces


Relive bounty hunter The Mandalorian and the Child’s battles against Scout Trooper and other enemies with The Razor Crest (75292) LEGO® Star Wars™ building toy for kids. This brick-built armored transport shuttle features a cargo hold with opening sides that double as access ramps and carbonite bounty elements inside, a dual LEGO minifigure cockpit, spring-loaded shooters, escape pod and more authentic details to inspire creative play.

Role-play adventures
A challenging build for ages 10 and up, this 1,023-piece starship construction kit includes 5 collectible LEGO Star Wars characters, including The Mandalorian and the Child. It’s great for role play and combines with other LEGO Star Wars sets for even more action.

75280 501st Legion™ Clone Troopers – $44.99

285 Pieces


Create epic conflicts between 501st Legion Clone Troopers and the Separatist Army’s Battle Droids with this action-packed LEGO® Star Wars™ building set for kids (75280). The posable AT-RT Walker and BARC Speeder construction models each have new-for-August-2020 designs and authentic blue and white 501st Legion color schemes, plus stud shooters for battle play.

10 thoughts on “Official Details of LEGO Star Wars Sets Coming Soon

  1. Mark Reply

    Thanks for the heads up Michael. At these prices there’s not a single set I’ll shell out my hard earned for. These prices are outrageous!

  2. Stephen Parsons Reply

    A few sets I like but prices are far too high, wouldn’t consider any unless I find them at least 30% off.

  3. Mark Reply

    The prices are troublesome. Seems to not be our exchange rate this time as the cause.

    Are they only targetting adults now with the star wars range as there won’t be too many kids that purchase or receive these at these price ranges.

    Is there logistics chain so impacted at present they have to use pricing to control demand or Disney is forcing the same.

  4. TeufelHund Reply

    Those prices are indeed terrible…glad I already have just about everything in Star Wars I could want already.

    Saying that, Darth Vader with shoulder printing is nice.

  5. sterow Reply

    That Grievous Fighter set seems to be about double what I think a reasonable price should be. And is it me or has the design gone backwards since the last version as well?

    I quite like the Jedi interceptors and had long since broken up my old one – I might have been tempted at about $30.

    • Michael Post authorReply

      I actually sent an email to LEGO Australia asking if the Grievous Fighter price was a mistake.

  6. James Reply

    Terrible pricing. I’ll pick up the AAT and 501st Bp day one and maybe another copy of each when there on sale so I can mod them. Lego are lazy with reusing Obi Wan and Anakin from the Duel on Mustafar set. AT-AT is tempting but 250 is overpriced. Jedi Interceptor is also way too much. I’m calling it Grievous Starfighter will be worst set of the year, I mean no phase 2 Cody, 120 dollars and white Grievous plus the ship isn’t very accurate when you compare it to the actual model. Might get the Razor Crest when it goes on sale.

  7. Thaddeus Reply

    How about a spoiler warning for the Advent Set? I look forward to following along with your unboxing during Advent so seeing what is in this years was disappointing.

  8. Kae Reply

    If it weren’t for the pricing I would have likely gotten them all. However I will have to prioritise and buy smart. So it looks like just the At-At and Ashoka tank for me. These prices need to be resolved if LEGO want to keep majority customers on their side.

  9. JD Reply

    Looking forward to a couple of sets, but not paying RRP unless I absolutely have to. I know inflation is a factor but come on.. The AT-AT is good but $80 more than the one from 2014 with only 130 more pieces inc 1 extra minifig. Death Star Final Duel is $40 more than the 2015 version with similar piece count and minifigs. And the Grievous starfighter is insane, $40 more than the last version, no Cody fig and reusing the same Obi Wan from the cheap duel on Mustafar set. We really didn’t need another Anakin’s starfighter so soon but the price is decent. 501st pack looks great and good value too. Will need the AAT for those exclusive figs too. The Night Buzzard set is decent value especially compared to the Grievous ship, honestly they could have made it bigger (minifig scale?) and upped the price and piece count.

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