New Jurassic World sets available for pre-order

The latest Jurassic World movie isn’t out for a while but LEGO have revealed some new sets related to the up-coming film. One of them just happens to be a recreation of an iconic Jurassic Park scene.

Here are the details…

76956 T. Rex Breakout – $199.99

Ready to direct the action? This LEGO® Jurassic Park T. rex Breakout build-and-display model (76956) is as worthy of repeat viewing as the epic Jurassic Park movie scene that inspired it. It features a posable T. rex figure stomping on a flipped, crushed Ford Explorer, a second Ford Explorer and a smashed ‘electric’ fence. Recreate the drama with Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm, Tim Murphy and Lex Murphy minifigures, buildable night-vision goggles, a flare and 2 water glass elements, plus many other references to the famous scene.

76951 Pyroraptor & Dilophosaurus Transport – $79.99

Children can roleplay as popular Jurassic World: Dominion characters tracking dinosaurs in an off-road vehicle with this exciting Pyroraptor & Dilophosaurus Transport (76951) toy playset. The off-roader has seats for 2 minifigures, a removable dinosaur tracker and a detachable trailer with an opening cage that can hold a dinosaur figure. There are also 3 LEGO® minifigures – Ian Malcolm, Dr. Ellie Sattler and a guard with a tranquilliser accessory element – plus Pyroraptor and Dilophosaurus dinosaur toy figures to inspire creative storytelling.

76950 Triceratops Pick-up Truck Ambush

Let the thrilling fast-paced action begin with this awesome Triceratops Dinosaur Pickup Truck Ambush (76950) toy playset. The perfect gift for creative kids aged 7 and up who are into cool vehicles and dinosaurs, it features a pickup truck with a break-off front section that is easy to rebuild after it has been bashed by the Triceratops figure, plus an escape buggy. Each LEGO® brick-built vehicle has space for 2 minifigures.

All three of these sets are available for pre-order now with a shipping date of April 17th. You can find them here [affiliate link]

1 thought on “New Jurassic World sets available for pre-order

  1. Scott Reply

    Trex breakout looks amazing, but not for that ridiculous price. Lego is doing their best to make themselves as unaffordable as possible. I guess it will be $250NZ…

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