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Every Confirmed Star Wars LEGO Set Releasing In 2024

Summary

  • 2024 marks LEGO’s 25th anniversary with Star Wars sets, featuring exclusive minifigures honoring the entire Star Wars timeline.
  • New Star Wars LEGO sets have already hit store shelves in 2024, with many more planned for release throughout the year.
  • The new sets include the Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack, The Crimson Firehawk, Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator, and BARC Speeder Escape, catering to different ages and preferences.



2024 is building up to be a great year for Star Wars LEGO sets. With Star Wars models first releasing in 1999, 2024 marks LEGO’s 25th anniversary with the franchise, having been one of the toy company’s most consistently popular product lines for decades. To that end, new Star Wars LEGO sets have already hit store shelves in 2024, with many more on the way.

LEGO’s Star Wars plans for 2024 have recently been teased with the upcoming release of special 25th-anniversary models which will reportedly come with exclusive minifigures honoring the entire Star Wars history and timeline, not unlike what was done for the 20th anniversary. It’s also been rumored that LEGO will revisit The Phantom Menace in the coming months alongside more midi-scale models of classic ships. Here’s every confirmed LEGO Star Wars set that has been officially released in 2024 (so far).

This list will be updated throughout the year as LEGO releases more sets.


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28 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack

(75372)

Lego Star Wars Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack Set 75373

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack (75372)

215

$29.99

9

7+


Having been released on January 1st, 2024, LEGO’s Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack is a great way to kick off the new year in 2024. Catering to collectors who are all about army building, this new battle pack is a great deal with 9 minifigures being offered for a $30 set. It’s essentially a Republic pack and a Separatist pack that’s been mashed together. As with most battle packs, the true appeal is the minifigures (particularly the standard Phase II clones and redesigned Super Battle Droids). However, the Octuptarra tri-droid is a notable addition to the set as well.

Purchase Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack (75372) on LEGO.com

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27 The Crimson Firehawk

(75384)

Lego Star Wars Set 75384


Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

The Crimson Firehawk (75384)

136

$49.99

3

4+

Following the release of Tenoo Jedi Temple (75358) in 2023, collectors can now complete the trio of Padawans from Young Jedi Adventures with the addition of Nubs in The Crimson Firehawk (75384). Catering to the youngest fans of the galaxy far, far away, this January 1st, 2024 model is a solid starter set that also comes with minifigures of the Crimson Firehawk’s young pilot Nash Durango along with her droid sidekick RJ-83. However, at $49.99, the price-to-piece ratio is likely not as balanced as many would prefer.

Purchase The Crimson Firehawk (75384) on LEGO.com

26 AAT LEGO Polybag (Phantom Menace 25th Anniversary)

(30680)

LEGO Star Wars 2024 AAT Polybag


Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

AAT

74

$4.99

0

6+

While not currently available on LEGO.com, a polybag set featuring a miniature Armored Assualt Tank has appeared on the shelves of various retailers such as Target. Most prominently featured during the Battle of Naboo, this Trade Federation AAT model is the first to feature LEGO’s new branding celebrating The Phantom Menace’s 25th anniversary. To that end, it might be one of the harder sets to obtain given the low price and currently limited availability.

25 Boarding The Tantive IV

(75387)


Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Boarding The Tantive IV (75387)

502

$54.99

6

8+

Featuring the first look at the branding for LEGO’s 25th anniversary with the Star Wars product line overall, Boarding The Tantive IV (75387) is a recreation of A New Hope’s opening scene, the first appearance of Darth Vader, and the first scene in the Star Wars franchise in its entirety. By all accounts, it’s the perfect set for the franchise’s 25th anniversary with LEGO.

It’s also noteworthy that this Darth Vader-focused set depicting the white hallways of the Tantive IV should pair very nicely with 2022’s Dark Trooper Attack (75324) featuring Luke Skywalker’s own hallway sequence from The Mandalorian season 2. The model also comes with a bonus minifigure of the beloved ARC Trooper known as Fives, a figure who’s never appeared in any previous LEGO Star Wars sets.


Purchase Boarding The Tantive IV (75387) on LEGO.com

24 R2-D2

(75379)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

R2-D2 (75379)

1,050

$99.99

2

10+

Another set commemorating LEGO Star Wars’ 25th anniversary, a new model of R2-D2 (75379) is being released. While similar to past versions such as 2021’s R2-D2 (75308), this new version is smaller in scale while also being more affordable (along with minor design alterations). Coming with a minifigure-sized Artoo along with a plaque with all the astromech’s key specifications, the bonus 25th-anniversary figure is none other than Darth Malak from Knights of the Old Republic.


Purchase R2-D2 (75379) on LEGO.com

23 The Millennium Falcon

(75375)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Millennium Falcon (75375)

921

$84.99

0

18+

LEGO is also releasing a collection of new midi-scale ship models in honor of the 25th anniversary. The first is a new version of The Millennium Falcon (75375) complete with its own name plaque and stand. The Millennium is easily Star Wars’ most popular and recognizable starships, making it a logical addition to the anniversary wave.

Purchase the Millennium Falcon (75375) on LEGO.com


22 Tantive IV

(75376)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Tantive IV (75376)

654

$79.99

0

18+

While LEGO’s new Boarding the Tantive IV (75387) might show an interior scene of Princess Leia’s ship, Tantive IV (75376) will depict the ship in its entirety as another exciting mid-scale ship with its own nameplate and display stand. As such, many collectors will undoubtedly be interested in collecting both sets and displaying them side by side.

Purchase Tantive IV (75386) on LEGO.com

21 The Invisible Hand

(75377)


Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Invisible Hand (75377)

557

$49.99

0

18+

The third midi-scale ship release from LEGO comes from Revenge of the Sith and the opening Battle of Coruscant in the planet’s orbit. The Invisible Hand (75377) was General Grievous’ flagship, the very same cruiser that Anakin Skywalker piloted to the planet’s surface even after the ship had been torn in two during the mission to save Chancellor Palpatine. As such, this new model can also split into two pieces, a very fun feature that speaks to LEGO’s attention to detail with the Star Wars line.

Purchase The Invisible Hand (75377) on LEGO.com

20 BARC Speeder Escape

(75378)


Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

BARC Speeder Escape (75378)

221

$29.99

4

8+

Inspired by the key flashback to Order 66 during The Mandalorian season 3, BARC Speed Escape (75378) comes with two 501st Legion clone trooper minifigures, Grogu, and the first-ever minifigure of Kelleran Beq himself featuring his blue and green lightsabers and a unique gold trim on his Jedi robes. The speeder itself also features Grogu’s sidecar from the key scene when Kelleran and the child flee the Jedi Temple. To that end, this new May 1st set goes perfectly with LEGO’s Coruscant Guard Gunship (75354) which was released in 2023.

Pre-order BARC Speeder Escape (75378) on LEGO.com

19 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator

(75383)


Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator (75383)

640

$69.99

4

9+

Celebrating both LEGO’s 25th anniversary with Star Wars and the 25th anniversary of The Phantom Menace, Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator (75383) is the first major set in 2024 from the first prequel movie. The fifth iteration of the classic dark side ship, this new model has been updated with greater detail and density. Likewise, the minifigures are very exciting with a new Darth Maul, a Qui-Gon Jinn with his Tatooine poncho, and young Anakin Skywalker. The set also comes with Rogue One and Andor’s Saw Gerrera, another exciting 25th anniversary bonus minifigure with some great details and printing.

Pre-order Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator (75383) on LEGO.com


18 Droideka

(75381)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Droideka (75381)

583

$64.99

1

18+

Celebrating The Phantom Menace’s 25th anniversary, May 1st will also see the release of Droideka (75381). Consisting of 583 pieces, the new set continues the recent trend of larger droid models. Also known as Destroyer Droids, Droidekas were created by the Trade Federation and could fold into rolling wheel forms to quickly close in on targets. They could then unfold and activate personal shield generators, making them incredibly formidable. While this new LEGO model won’t feature shields, it will be able to fold into its wheel form (a very cool feature by all accounts).


Pre-Order Droideka (75381) on LEGO.com

17 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama

(75380)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Mos Espa Podrace Diorama (75380)

718

$79.99

0

18+

The first-ever Star Wars diorama for the prequel era, Mos Espa Podrace (75380) is a very exciting build depicting the Boota Eve podrace in which young Anakin Skywalker goes head-to-head against Tatooine’s reigning champion Subulba. Featuring a 718 piece-count, Anakin and Sebulba’s pods can be seen flying through desert canyons in a model that conveys their high-speed motion quite well. As such, it’s another great Phantom Menace for collectors to celebrate the film’s 25th anniversary.


Pre-Order Mos Espa Podrace (75380) on LEGO.com

16 Clone Commander Cody

(40675)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Clone Commander Cody (40675)

147

$9.99

0

10+

LEGO is also releasing a brand-new BrickHeadz model of Clone Commander Cody. Featuring a modest 147 pieces and priced at $10, this new Cody model is a fun and inexpensive grab for collectors who prefer LEGO over Pop Figures (but still like the bigger character style). Likewise, the new Cody model also comes with a clear blue stud, depicting his holo-message from Emperor Palpatine and the dawn of Order 66.

Pre-Order Clone Commander Cody (40675) on LEGO.com


15 TIE Interceptor

(75382)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

TIE Interceptor (75382)

1931

$229.99

1

18+

A new Ultimate Collectors Series model geared toward adult collectors, TIE Interceptor (75382) is a very exciting addition to the UCS line. Featuring over 1900 pieces with some impressive details, the new UCS TIE Interceptor is an updated version of LEGO’s original model from back in 2000. As such, it’s a great set for collectors looking to celebrate LEGO’s 25 years with Star Wars in style, and should also go great with 2023’s UCS X-Wing. The interior of the TIE’s cockpit features some truly impressive details as well.


Pre-Order TIE Interceptor (75382) on LEGO.com

14 The Phantom Menace

(40676)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Phantom Menace (40676)

732

$54.99

0

10+

Featuring a whole cast of BrickHeadz models inspired by the first prequel movie, Phantom Menace (40676) features 6 different characters. This includes Qui-Gon Jinn, Queen Amidala, Anakin Skywalker, Jar Jar Binks, Captain Panaka, and Darth Maul himself. Priced at $55, that breaks down to about $9 per character (not a bad deal).

Pre-Order Phantom Menace (40676) on LEGO.com


13 Star Wars Day Gifts With Purchase

May The Fourth Freebies

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Trade Federation Troop Carrier (40686)

262

N/A

8

10+

Continuing LEGO’s annual tradition, May the Fourth will also feature some exciting gifts with various LEGO purchases. For example, any order over $40 or more between May 1 and May 5th will receive the aforementioned AAT polybag for free. Likewise, any orders in the same period above $90 will also receive a Battle of Yavin collectible coin. Lastly, it’s also been revealed that any order above $160 will receive the first two gifts as well as the new Trade Federation Troop Carrier (40686) featuring two blue Battle Droid pilots and six standard B1 Battle Droids.


Check out the new Star Wars Day deals on LEGO.com

12 Advent Calendar 2024

(75395)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Advent Calendar 2024 (75395)

368

$44.99

6

6+

LEGO Star Wars has already provided the first look at this year’s Advent Calendar for the holiday season. Featuring 24 unique builds for each day of December, the new build also features 6 exciting minifigures, including a brand-new figures of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia wearing Star Wars-themed holiday sweaters. This set will also come with a Praetorian Guard from The Mandalorian season 3, an exciting inclusion considering other Star Wars LEGO sets releasing June 1st.


Click here to view Advent Calendar 2024 on LEGO.com

11 Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech

(75390)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech (75390)

195

$15.99

1

6+

The next offering from LEGO Star Wars‘ recent wave of mech builds, Luke Skywalker joins the line-up with an exciting mech inspired by his iconic X-Wing. Featuring larger blaster and lightsaber builds along with a new Luke minifigure in his pilot gear, this new mech should go great with the previously released Darth Vader Mech. Featuring less than 200 pieces with a more affordable price tag, the new Luke mech makes for the perfect introductory set for younger Star Wars collectors.


Click here to view Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech on LEGO.com

10 Captain Rex Y-Wing Microfighter

(75391)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Captain Rex Y-Wing Microfighter (75391)

99

$12.99

1

6+

While micro fighters are certainly fun ways to get various Star Wars ships via more affordable methods, the Captain Rex minifigure is undoubtedly the bigger draw over this new Y-Wing build (while also being a source of some collector controversy). This is because this exact same Rex figure had previously been marketed as an exclusive minifigure with LEGO’s $650 Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser. As such, the surprise addition of Rex in this new set is certainly a much cheaper way to get the classic commander with this built currently priced at only $13 (significantly cutting the value of the Rex figure on the secondary market).


Click here to view Captain Rex Y-Wing Microfighter on LEGO.com

9 Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack

(75373)

Name

Piece Count

Price

Minifigures

Ages

Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack (75373)

109

$19.99

4

6+

An impressive new LEGO Star Wars Battle Pack, Ambush on Mandalore features two brand-new Imperial Commandos alongside two Mandalorian minifigures. Featuring a small backdrop, collectors will likely want to purchase multiple copies to build out their forces on each side of the conflict. Likewise, it’s also clearly meant to pair very nicely with LEGO’s other Mandalorian season 3-inspired set that’s also releasing on June 1st.


Click here to view Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack on LEGO.com

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