Every summer, The LEGO Group releases one the largest collections of new sets. 2022 is no different. This is the LEGO Group’s 2022 collection. Time is everything we’re getting a collection of all-new LEGO Star WarsSets to go with the latest Nintendo products, such as celebratory 90th anniversary creations, Marvel builds, and other display-worthy marvel builds. The following list contains all the new LEGO sets for summer 2022.
August 2022: A guide to buyers of new LEGO sets
It’s finally here! The biggest LEGO wave of the year has arrived and we’re diving into all of the new kits. Including everything from the year’s most detailed and display-worthy models to smaller kits and all the models that fall in-between, you’ll find just about all of the most popular themed covered, too.
Take a look at the entire collection. Right here or continue reading our LEGO August 2022 buyers guide as we break down the best of what’s available for the start of the new month. Check out our breakdowns of the Star Wars MarvelSets to get an idea about the two most popular themes that builders stock in-store
The following sets will go live on August 1st at midnight EST. We’re just publishing a bit early to make sure you have some time to look over and plan out which new LEGO sets are going to be added to your cart once everything does go live.
August 2022: Brand New LEGO Sets
Star Wars is a very popular theme. The new LEGO sets for the summer 2022 are a great example of this. With seven all-new creations now available for purchase, you’ll find everything from builds inspired by the latest live action Disney+ shows to animated series and more. We have already provided a breakdown of what to expect from each set. LEGO Star Wars lineup, which you can check out for a better idea of values and what’s included.
Here’s a list of all the LEGO Star WarsSets that will be available beginning August 1:
- The Justifier $169.99 | 1,022 pieces
- BD-1: $99.99 | 1,062 pieces
- Inquisitor Transportation Scythe $99.99 | 924 pieces
- Ferrix is under siege $69.99 | 679 pieces
- Obi-Wan Kenobi against Darth Vader $49.99 | 408 pieces
- Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Jedi Starfighter: $29.99 | 282 pieces
- Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader BrickHeadz: $19.99 | 260 pieces
Another theme that is eye-catching is the August 1 launch of some new LEGO sets. The Marvel summer wave does not have the largest collection of LEGO sets but it is the most comprehensive. We have already covered all three LEGO sets including the value and what to expect.
The LEGO Group celebrates its 90th Anniversary. For the special occasion, we’re getting a pair of all-new creations inspired by old school kits from Classic themes. The first and largest build of this year is the new Lion Knights’ Castle. The impressive 4,514 costs included in this massive medieval creation are staggering. The LEGO Group has created a detailed castle facade and furnished interior that will allow 22 LEGO minifigures access to it. It is well worth it. $399.99 Price tag.
The futuristic approach to LEGO is just as timeless. Galaxy Explorer can also be redesignedAn old set. This $99.99BuildThis ship stacks up to the bigger version launched decades earlier. It also comes equipped with four minifigures. Although the original design was updated to allow modern LEGO building techniques, I still love the classic cues.
As far as what the Creator 3-in-1 series has in store for builders come August, the summer 2022 lineup is returning to a classic LEGO theme; sort of, at least. The LEGO theme is a reinterpretation the 2005 Vikings theme. Set of Midgard Serpent and Viking Ship stacks up to 1,192 pieces and assembles one of the most detailed longships we’ve seen in LEGO form to date.
You can also create two additional models with the bricks. This will allow you to fulfill the Creator 3-in-1 branding. Both models are Viking-themed. You can also assemble a menacingwolf for a small home and some livestock sidebuilds. ThAt’s all with a $119.99The retail price is comparable to the rest Creator LEGO summer sets
This month’s LEGO Icons lineup includes a brand new set straight from the retro gaming world. In the 1980s, the original Atari 2600 first appeared on the gaming scene. a brick-built rendition It contains 2,532 pieces. The console is life-size and comes with a joystick. Some side builds are also available. In the LEGO cartridges, you can also find small vignettes of Asteroids Adventure and Centipede. It will be available to purchase right now. Set you back $239.99.
Or if you’re more of a sports car fan, the LEGO Group is also releasing a new Chevrolet Camaro Z28 for August 1. 9to5Toys first reportedHere are some things you can expect when you purchase one of these brick-built vehicles. The kit now comes in 1,458 pieces.
The new Camaro Z28 measures 14 inches in length. It features a black colorway and interchangeable racing stripes. It is filled with authentic details as fine as the fuzzy dive in its rearview mirror. The Camaro Z28’s iconic design makes it more affordable at $169.99.
The August LEGO sets are available alongside the Atari 2600. The latest Super Mario kit wave includes nine creations. Ranging from the newest Starter Course set with just-released electronic Peach figure to expansion packs for building out a Mario level and blind bag enemy figures, there’s plenty of icons from the video game up for grabs this time around.
- Adventures with Peach Starter Course: $59.99 | 354 pieces
- Peach’s Castle: $129.99 | 1,216 pieces
- Frozen Tower and Cat Peach Suit $79.99 | 494 pieces
- Big Spike’s Cloudtop Challenge: $69.99 | 540 pieces
- Big Bad Island: $44.99 | 354 pieces
- Yoshi’s Gift House: $29.99 | 246 pieces
- Fuzzy Flippers: $19.99 | 154 pieces
- Goomba’s Shoe: $9.99 | 76 pieces
- Character Packs Series 5 $5.99 | 47 pieces
Disney technically covers Star Wars, Marvel, and Star Wars sets. But there is one set that is inspired by the most magical places on Earth. As a follow up to last year’s Disney Castle, another iconic ride is getting the brick-built treatment with the Haunted Mansion – New. This 680-piece set features an Architecture-style design, which recreates the park monument’s signature exterior and incorporates cutaways into its interior.
The set’s most exciting feature is undoubtedly its minifigure. The exclusive inclusion of the set brings one of the ride’s butlers into LEGO form for the first time. He has quite the interesting design, even if a little basic, but really nails the classic cues that you’d expect from the Haunted Mansion. You can now add the LEGO Mini Haunted mansion to your Disney collection. For $39.99.
2022 will see another Wonders of the World in Architecture on the LEGO LEGO LEGO LEGO line-up. This time, the 2022 will be representing Egypt. new Great Pyramid of Giza set stacks up to 1,476 pieces. This set is as impressive and display-worthy as it gets. It primarily creates a pyramid using a miniature. cityIn the foreground.
While it may only stack up to half of the pyramid thanks to a cutaway design, you can now finally score the new summer 2022 release and see if it’s worth grabbing a second one to complete the full build. Regardless, the Great Pyramid of Giza now sells For $129.99. And if you’re not convinced, Our announcement coverage details everything else you’ll need to know about the upcoming set.
Last June, the TechnicLineup expands with the addition of the New Ultimate Concept Series Ferrari SP3, and now those who don’t want to shell out $400 on a brick-built supercar are in luck. For August 1, we’re getting a pair of new LEGO sets in the theme.
The new LEGO sets for the summer are now on sale Speed Champions fans. After the August lineup was without any new kits for a while, there are now two new models in the August lineup. These two models are different from the usual additions. These two iconic vehicles were inspired by pop culture.
- Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T: $19.99 | 345 pieces
- James Bond 007 Aston Martin DB5 $19.99 | 298 pieces
BrickHeadz also gets to see some of the August releases! The rest of the members are Five different pairs of characters. We’re double dipping with the second mention of the new Star Wars BrickHeadz detailed above, but there are plenty of other brick-built figures to bring home. Including a pair of new Brickheadz Pets creations, there’s also a new series of Go Brick me sets that let Soccer fans reimagine themselves as either FC Barcelona or Manchester United players. These sets can be purchased below.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader $19.99 | 260 pieces
- FC Barcelona Go Brick Me: $19.99 | 530 pieces
- Manchester United Go Brick Me $19.99 | 530 pieces
- Koi Fish: $14.99 | 203 pieces
- Poodle: $14.99 | 304 pieces
On top of all of the other kits above, there’s also the new LEGO Ninjago summer 2022 sets launching today. Read the rest of this article. Our announcement coverage of the wave from earlier in the spring, you’ll know that the Samurai X MECH new is a personal favorite from the lineup and now you can score this one ahead of August, too. This mecha, which measures more than 12 inches tall, is the latest in the Ninjago series. The $119.99 price point. The unique X design looks even more impressive when paired with the vibrant colour scheme, eight minifigures, and a unique title.
- Lloyd’s Golden Ultra Dragon: $139.99 | 989 pieces
- Nya’s Samurai X MECH: $119.99 | 1,003 pieces
- Kai’s Golden Dragon Raider: $89.99 | 624 pieces
- The Crystal King Temple $79.99 | 703 pieces
- The Crystal King $69.99 | 722 pieces
- Cole’s Dragon Cruiser: $44.99 | 384 pieces
- Ninja Dragon Temple: $39.99 | 161 pieces
- Zane’s Golden Dragon Jet: $29.99 | 258 pieces
- Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike: $19.99 | 137 pieces
You can also see the complete breakdown of all new August sets at the Star Wars Marvel themes. Which of the following LEGO sets do you remember fondly? We’d love to hear from you on Twitter or in comments below.
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