The first couple of LEGO 2024 Polybags has now been revealed, with features from Animal Crossing, Star Wars, Minecraft and DUPLO.
JB Spielwaren, a European retailer, has listed the polybags on their site, and you can see the pricing of them now. The polybags are going to be available in-store and online following the turn of the year, and they’ll be highly sought after much like the release of the LEGO Minifigures Series 25.
Notably absent from the list is any mention of LEGO Fortnite polybags, even though we’ve seen some LEGO Llama sets in real life.
All LEGO 2024 Polybags
One of the most interesting new themes in 2024 is LEGO Animal Crossing. It’s finally bringing Nintendo’s beloved franchise to a blocky form, and we couldn’t be more excited for when we finally get our hands on some LEGO Animal Crossing sets.
LEGO Polybags can be brought from LEGO or Amazon.
This is one of the only LEGO Polybags to ever be released with an exclusive character. Maple is produced with a unique print and headpiece (the same one that Marshall uses in LEGO Animal Crossing), though is not available in any prior LEGO sets. This sort of makes sense: LEGO Animal Crossing is a brand new theme so there’s no history to fall back on.
If anyone’s a fan of Wallace and Gromit, this one’s puppy dog eyes look a little familiar to Wallace’s clay companions.
We’re going to be keeping an eye out for any more releasing LEGO Polybags in 2024. While it doesn’t look like we’re going to see any consumer LEGO Fortnite polybags, only novelty make-and-take ones, we’re still hopeful for the release of any LEGO Fortnite sets. You might also consider reading our review of the Stormtrooper Mech from LEGO Star Wars: warning, it’s a bit disappointing.
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Amaar began Bricka after a lifelong passion for LEGO.
His time building and collecting LEGO has influenced every aspect of his life, and he’s not stopped creating since.
Having played too many games growing up, Amaar is also a writer for Videogamer, where he reviews hardware and talks about handheld consoles.
When he’s not writing about nerdy things, he’s drawing graphic novels and tattooing at his Manchester studio.