Every 2023 LEGO Star Wars Set Released: The Complete List

2023 was one of the best years in recent memory for LEGO Star Wars (hello Clone Wars sets and the Ghost!) as we got a whopping 33 new Star Wars sets this year – including two limited edition GWP (Gift with Purchase) sets.

Fans got a healthy mix of set styles and prices ranging from new Mechs and Battle Packs all the way to the massively anticipated UCS Venator coming in a $650.

Other highlights for the year included some fantastic 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi sets, recognition of the 20th anniversary of The Clone Wars TV Series, as well as some brand new ships and minifigures from the new Ahsoka Disney+ TV show.

All set numbers and prices are listed below for the main launch waves in 2023 (JANUARY/WINTER, SPRING, and SUMMER/FALL), followed by more details further down the page of each set including images and info:

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All 2023 LEGO Star Wars Winter/January Wave Releases

January Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack$19.99 / 119 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75347 TIE Bomber$64.99 / 625 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter$9.99 / 85 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
40615 Tusken Raider BrickHeadz$9.99 / 152 piecesLEGO.com
30654 X-Wing Starfighter (Polybag)$4.99 / 87 pieceseBay

All 2023 LEGO Star Wars Spring Wave Releases

March Releases:

Captain Rex, Commander Cody, and Boushh Leia helmets
Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75349 Captain Rex Helmet$69.99 / 854 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75350 Clone Commander Cody Helmet$69.99 / 766 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75351 Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet$69.99 / 670 piecesLEGO.com

May Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer$69.99 / 630 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75346 Pirate Snub-fighter$34.99 / 285 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75348 Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs. TIE Interceptor$99.99 / 957 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75352 Emperor’s Throne Room Diorama$99.99 / 807 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75353 Endor Speeder Chase Diorama$79.99 / 608 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75355 UCS Luke’s X-Wing Starfighter$239.99 / 1,949 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
40591 May the 4th Promo: Mini Death Star II (GWP)289 pieceseBay
40623 Endor Brickheadz Pack$39.99 / 549 piecesLEGO.com

All 2023 LEGO Star Wars Summer/Fall Wave Releases

August Releases:

Lego Star Wars Mechs
Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75358 Tenoo Jedi Temple$39.99 / 124 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75359 332nd Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper Battle Pack$19.99 / 108 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75360 Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter$34.99 / 253 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75361 Spider Tank$49.99 / 526 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75363 The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter$15.99 / 88 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75365 Yavin 4 Rebel Base$169.99 / 1,066 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75368 Darth Vader Mech$15.99 / 139 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75369 Boba Fett Mech$15.99 / 155 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75370 Stormtrooper Mech$15.99 / 138 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon

September Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75366 Star Wars Christmas Advent Calendar$44.99 / 320 piecesLEGO.com
75357 Ghost & Phantom II$159.99 / 1,394 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75362 Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi Shuttle$79.99 / 601 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75364 New Republic E-Wing vs. Shin Hati’s Starfighter$109.99 / 1,056 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75354 Coruscant Guard Gunship$139.99 / 1,083 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75371 Buildable Chewbacca$199.99 / 2,319 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon

October Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75367 UCS Venator$649.99 / 5,374 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
40658 Limited Edition Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama$29.99 / 282 piecesAmazon / eBay

All 2023 Star Wars Sets: Details and Pictures



75367 UCS Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser

LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator on display with minifigures

*Update – After many rumors over the past few months (and even an accidental leaked box image), the big 2023 UCS can now be officially confirmed be the beloved Venator from the Clone Wars era! I dive into more info and pictures about the Venator here.

*UpdateThe Venator can now be purchased on LEGO.com >>

Short version – the Venator will launch on Oct 4th (Oct 1st for Insiders/VIP members) for $649.99, and will include 5,374 pieces. Minifigures will include a young Admiral Yularen alongside a new Captain Rex, coming with an updated faceprint that includes a band-aid where his inhibitor chip was removed.

LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator plaque and minifigures
Captain Rex leak front and helmet
2023 Captain Rex. Love the tally marks on the helmet, updated face-printing, and the shoulder cape.
Captain Rex 2023 leak back and side
No waist cape unfortunately, but amazing arm-printing!
LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator on display

LEGO are betting big on Clone Wars fans showing up (with their wallets wide open) with this upcoming release. I was originally expecting the big $650 UCS set to be a more familiar Return of the Jedi set – either a remade Death Star II or an Ewok Village. However, this is great news for LEGO fans and collectors if LEGO is indeed venturing more into Clone Wars era sets for their more expensive UCS lineup. Keep it coming LEGO!

More Venator images and details here.

Lego 8039 Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser box
The last Venator was released in 2009, containing 1,170 pieces. (eBay / Amazon links)

40658 Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama 40658 box front and back

This one came as a bit of a surprise to me, but LEGO will be released a ‘limited edition’ Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama (set #40658 with 282 pieces) on Oct 1. It will only be sold for 3 months during the Christmas season, so if you’re interested be sure to grab one on opening day.

The set looks to be a fun build, featuring a cross-section of the main room in the Falcon, featuring a small Christmas tree, a turkey (Porg?) dinner, and some other festive decorations and lights. Anyone spot the sacred Jedi texts in the corner? 😉

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama 40658

Minifigures look excellent – we’re getting Rey and Finn rockin’ a pair of festive sweaters, along with a standard Chewbacca, BB-8, and even a little Porg.

Great stocking stuffer option!

VIEW EARLY ON LEGO.COM >>

75357 Ghost & Phantom II from ‘Ahsoka’

Lego Star Wars 75357 The Ghost & Phantom II box front

The rumors were correct! We now have official images of the new 75357 Ghost & Phantom II set releasing this fall.

*Update: Orders are now live on LEGO.com and Amazon! >>

First impressions from the photos – this set is practically perfect. Very very excited to get my hands on this one. The slightly downscaled version of the Phantom II is a fantastic addition, and the docking feature looks solid. I’m excited to see that the Ghost even has a small playable interior, accessible by removing the roof.

For fans who haven’t seen the animated show, the Ghost is originally from the Rebels TV show from 2014, and will also be a feature in the upcoming Ahsoka show hitting Disney+ this fall.

Minifigures will include Hera Syndulla, her son Jacen, Chopper the Astromech droid, and two new characters who will be making their debuts in the new Ahsoka show – a Mon Calamari named Lieutenant Beyta and also First Officer Hawkins. Unfortunately no Grand Admiral Thrawn figure, which to me is one of the only negative things to say about this set.

The Ghost will retail for $159.99 and will include 1,394 pieces, which makes it one of the biggest sets launching this year. Expect the Ghost to launch on Sept 1st alongside the Ahsoka’s T-6 shuttle and the E-Wing fighter combo. View more details and pictures about the upcoming Ghost set here.

Might be time to rewatch Rebels in celebration!

Lego Star Wars 75357 The Ghost & Phantom II ship with minifigures
Lego Star Wars 75357 The Ghost & Phantom II minifigures
Lego Star Wars 75357 The Ghost & Phantom II on display
Lego Star Wars 75357 The Ghost & Phantom II box back

75362 Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi Shuttle

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362 on display

The last time we got a T-6 Jedi Shuttle was back in 2011, so I’m very excited about the this new model launching alongside the Ahsoka Disney+ show.

*Update: Orders are now live on LEGO.com and Amazon! >>

Ahsoka’s shuttle looks fantastic, coming in at $79.99 with 601 pieces. Although the price point was $10 more than I was anticipating, the 4 included minifigures are all absolutely superb and new for this year.

We are getting a new-for-2023 Ahsoka, wielding her dual white lightsabers (yes!!), along with Sabine Wren, Professor Huyang (in a minifigure form – cool!) and Marrok the Inquisitor with his double red lightsaber.

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362 minifigures

The build isn’t huge, but should fit in nicely with the new slightly smaller playscale sets LEGO has been releasing lately (think Boba Fett’s ship, the latest X-Wing, etc).

From the pictures, it looks like the folding wings/landing gear mechanism should function very well, and we’re also getting two storage compartments for tools and weapons.

The T-6 shuttle is set to officially launch on Sept 1st alongside the Ghost. More info on the trio of new Ahsoka sets here.

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362 box front and back
Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362 foldable wings and landing gear

75354 Coruscant Guard Gunship

Lego Star Wars Coruscant Guard Gunship 75354 on display

Finally! A playscale Gunship! Set 75354 is set be an all-new version of a Coruscant Guard Gunship, which is in a striking red color and is a nice variation from the normal Republic Gunship color scheme.

This will pair nicely with last year’s hit summer wave set the AT-TE Walker (review). It’s been almost 10 years since we’ve had a playscale Gunship (not counting the UCS version (review) from 2021), so the timing of this makes sense.

Corsucant guard republic gunship

The minifigure lineup will include Chancellor Palpatine with a red robe, Padme Amidala, Clone Commander Fox (yes!!), and two Coruscant Shock Troopers.

Lego Star Wars Coruscant Guard Gunship 75354 minifigures

New features will include a carrying handle for flying (swooshing around), and sliding side panels.

The Coruscant Guard Gunship will retail for $139.99, contain 1,083 pieces, and will ship starting Sept 1st.

VIEW ON LEGO.COM / AMAZON >>

Check back later for more updates! Excited for this one.

Lego Star Wars Coruscant Guard Gunship 75354 box front and back

75365 Yavin 4 Rebel Base

Yavin 4
Lego Star Wars Yavin 4 Rebel Base 75365 on display

The rumors were correct, and set #75365 will indeed be the Yavin 4 Rebel Base, priced at $169.99 with 1,066 pieces. The 8+ set will include 12 minifigures as well as a Midi-scale Y-Wing and the watchtower.

View on LEGO.com and Amazon >>

While it’s not quite a full 360° open playset some were expecting, it’s a simplified front-facing version and reminds me a lot of the 2018 Darth Vader Castle (Amazon).

Images on LEGO.com show the full Yavin 4 base from multiple angles, including the ceremony room, the war room, and a spacious hanger area below with a small transport vehicle. The included midi-scale Y-Wing looks phenomenal! (And just big enough for a minifigure by the looks of it). However the tree is a little underwhelming, it looks like it’s straight out of a 4+ Junior’s set (just me?), but the watchtower above is a great feature.

Take a look:

Lego Star Wars Yavin 4 Rebel Base 75365 box front and back
Lego Star Wars Yavin 4 Rebel Base 75365

There’s a part of me that was hoping this might be a 9+ or 10+ set that had a little more detail to satisfy adults who wanted this set more for display, but it seems Lego has opted for a more child-friendly playset with this design, as certain design elements of it do look like it’s geared towards a younger audience (the tree, the detailing on the walls, the foliage on the sides, etc).

However, I’m very excited about the generous 12 included minifigures, especially Luke and Han in their celebration outfits and medals.

Overall, I can’t wait for this one on Aug 1st and will definitely be picking one up. Let me know your thoughts in the comments. Too childish looking, or good enough to display alongside other more detailed sets?

Lego Star Wars Yavin 4 Rebel Base 75365 minifigures
Lego Star Wars Yavin IV Rebel Base 75365 lifestyle image

75359 – 332nd Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper Battle Pack (with Republic Swamp Speeder)

Lego Star Wars 75359 332nd Ahsoka's Clone Trooper Battle Pack box front

After many rumors and speculations, set 75359 is now officially on LEGO.com and Amazon as “Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper 332nd Battle Pack”, and will include Captain Vaughn, three 332nd troopers from his battalion, and a small swamp speeder build.

Captain Vaughn gets his orange visor and it looks like his torso has the correct rank markings, which is a nice touch. However, in the Clone Wars show, Captain Vaughn’s helmet has a different design than the rest of the battalion, but it doesn’t look like the helmet piece is any different from these leaked photos, which is a little disappointing (especially since LEGO mentions a different helmet design in their official description. Surely they don’t just mean the visor?!) Also, is it just me or is the black “eyebrow” on the helmets a little….off?

Lego Star Wars 75359 332nd Ahsoka's Clone Trooper Battle Pack minifigures

Original rumors had this set priced at $24.99, which is ridiculous for a battle pack (even given current LEGO inflation prices), so I’m really pleased to see that it’s staying at the $19.99 price point with 108 pieces.

The swamp speeder is a smaller version of the build than the 2010 version, but it makes sense here for a “battle pack” size. Nice to have one again after 13 years.

Apart from some visual blunders for the helmets, (the unnecessary dual helmet holes again and the incorrect orange shape), I think this is a fantastic option for a 2023 Star Wars battle pack, and great for army building.

View on LEGO.com >>

View on Amazon >>

Captain Vaughn from the 332 troopers
Finally! Captain Vaughn!

Summer Wave 2023 Mandalorian Season 3 Sets: N-1 Starfighter Microfighter and the Spider Tank

Two sets from The Mandalorian Season 3 are now officially available for pre-order for August 1st shipping: The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter (75363), including both Mando and Grogu, and the Spider Tank (75361), featuring an all-new Bo Katan with an improved hair piece, and FINALLY a custom molded Darksaber. I have a feeling most folks will be picking this set up entirely for the Darksaber…

Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter with Mando and Grogu
75361 Spider Tank

75360 Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter

Lego Star Wars Yoda's Jedi Starfighter 75360 box front and back

The remake of Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter only 6 years later is official and can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon. Launch date for the $35 set with 253 pieces will be August 1st as expected.

Minifigures include Yoda and R2-D2, but unfortunately no 3rd figure which would have been nice for this price point. (Is it just me or is R2 sticking out way too high from the top…?)

(Note the 20th Anniversary Clone Wars emblem on the side of the box – nice touch).

Honestly, to me this doesn’t look too different from the 2017 version… but either way, it will be nice to have this set again on the shelves if you don’t have one. If you already own the 2017 version there’s not much reason to repurchase.

Lego Star Wars Yoda's Jedi Starfighter 75360 lifestyle image

LEGO Star Wars Mechs

Images of the new trio of mechs have leaked, and the rumors were correct – this new lineup will indeed be a trio of buildable mechs featuring Darth VaderBoba Fett, and a Stormtrooper from the original trilogy.

These will cost $15.99 each and will launch on Aug 1st.

Since there’s a lot more to say about these, I wrote a separate post about the new Star Wars mechs that goes into more detail about the builds, the designs, and the minifigures.

View 75368 Darth Vader Mech on LEGO.com and Amazon >>

View 75369 Boba Fett Mech on LEGO.com and Amazon >>

View 75370 Stormtrooper Mech on LEGO.com and Amazon >>

Lego Star Wars Mechs

75371 Buildable Chewbacca

Lego Star Wars Buildable Chewbacca 75371

And…. it’s official. The buildable Chewbacca can now be ordered on LEGO.com or Amazon for Sept 1 shipping.

Reactions to this set are undoubtedly mixed – but it does add to the existing lineup of buildable droids/characters (R2-D2, BB-8, BD-1, and the Porg), though Chewbacca is the first humanoid character to have this large scale buildable version made. Does this mean we will see more buildable characters in the future? Time will tell.

For those interested, Chewbacca includes 2,319 pieces, stands an impressive 18 in. tall, and includes a sweet looking Wookiee bowcaster as well as a display plaque with the Chewie minifigure. If you really want this decorating your Lego display shelf, it’ll set you back $199.99.

More pictures:

Lego Star Wars Buildable Chewbacca 75371 on display
Lego Star Wars Buildable Chewbacca 75371 Wookiee bowcaster
Lego Star Wars Buildable Chewbacca 75371 box front and back

Return of the Midi-Scale Series? Surprise Launch of the 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer:

Showing up for pre-order early on LEGO.com as a complete surprise (to me and most other Star Wars LEGO rumor sites) was the very interesting reveal of the smaller scale 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer.

Lego Star Wars 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer front angle

Darth Vader’s Executor features a neat buildable display plaque, along with the 40th anniversary Return of the Jedi plaque. A fun feature is the two small regular Star Destroyers attached to the side, which highlights the massive scale of this Super Star Destroyer from Episode VI in comparison to the “regular” Star Destroyer size.

When displayed, this set will stand 5.5′ high and 17′ long. Unfortunately no minifigures are included with this 630 piece 18+ set.

Lego Star Wars 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer dimensions

Time will tell if this new style is a one-time build for the 40th anniversary, or if this is the first of a new series of Midi-scale display pieces. Personally, I’m hoping this is the start of a new series!

In the meantime, check it on LEGO.com – this new set officially launches on May 1st.

Lego Star Wars 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer box front

2023 LEGO Diorama Sets:

I’m especially excited to see that the 18+ diorama series is being continued, with 2 new sets being added to the existing series: set 75352 for $100 and set 75353 for $80. Launch date for both is May 1st, 2023.

*Update – these dioramas are now official and can now be ordered!

View Emperor’s Throne Room >> LEGO.com / Amazon

View Endor Speeder Chase >> LEGO.com / Amazon

Diorama Set: Emperor’s Throne Room (75352)

Lego Star Wars Emperor's Throne Room Diorama 75352 duel

The first 2023 Diorama set is now official! $99.99 and 807 pieces provides the epic conclusion of Episode VI as Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, and Luke battle it out!

Unfortunately it looks like we are not getting the rumored throne room guards included with this set, as it will just feature the 3 main minifigures. Most of the figures look similar to existing versions we have already, but Luke seems to be sporting a new hairpiece.

Lego Star Wars Emperor's Throne Room Diorama 75352 lightning shooting

It is a little surprising that LEGO is choosing to release another Death Star Final Duel Throne Room set, since we’ve had 2 in the past 5 years, but this Diorama version is definitely targeted for a different audience than the last 2, and nicely marks the 40th anniversary of The Return of the Jedi.

The detailing on the window and Palpatine’s chair (with purple!) looks fantastic.

The plaque at the front has Luke’s famous quote: “I am a Jedi, like my father before me.” Classic.

Lego Star Wars Emperor's Throne Room Diorama 75352 box front and back

Even though it seems a tad over-priced, I still can’t wait to pick this set up on May 1st!

*Update – Read our full review of the throne room diorama here.

View Emperor’s Throne Room >> LEGO.com / Amazon

Diorama Set: Endor Speeder Chase (75353)

Lego Star Wars 75353 Endor Speeder Chase Diorama with both bikes

The rumors were correct, and the 2nd Diorama set is indeed the Endor Speeder Chase, complete with 2 speeder bikes nestled under 2 creative looking LEGO trees and underbrush. I have to admit, it’s slightly smaller than I was expecting, especially considering the high price of $79.99 and only 608 pieces.

While the build looks decent, unfortunately it looks like we are NOT getting a Wicket Ewok minifigure, and the set will just contain two speeder bikes with Endor Luke & Leia chasing a single Scout Trooper.

Lego Star Wars 75353 Endor Speeder Chase Diorama box front and back

Either way, this looks like a great addition to the existing 18+ Diorama collection, and I will definitely be picking one up on May 1st, despite the high price.

Similar to the throne room set, this also comes with the expected Return of the Jedi 40th Anniversary plaque. The back of the box shows an alternate scene, posing Luke with his green lightsaber about to strike a speeder.

The quoted on the printed plaque reads: “Quick! Jam their comlinks. Center switch!”

Read our full review of the speeder chase here.

Lego Star Wars 75353 Endor Speeder Chase Diorama with Luke and lightsaber

View Endor Speeder Chase >> LEGO.com / Amazon

Finally – LEGO Clone Wars Helmets for 2023!

Commander Cody & Captain Rex helmets

Commander Cody & Captain Rex Helmets Now Available!

*Update – These have officially launched on March 1st and are now available to order:

75350 Commander Cody Helmet: LEGO.com / Amazon

75349 Captain Rex Helmet: LEGO.com / Amazon

LEGO helmet series collectors will be thrilled to hear that we are finally getting Clone Wars era buildable helmets! Confirmed helmet sets are 75349 Captain Rex and 75350 Commander Cody for $69.99 each. Images show a Phase 1 Cody helmet, which seems a little odd, especially considering the hype around the Phase 2 Commander Cody minifigure included in the 2022 AT-TE. Captain Rex’s helmet is Phase 2.

The detailing on these looks fantastic – normally I’m not a fan of LEGO using stickers, but the tally mark stickers on Rex’s helmet are too cool and look spot on. Cody’s visor and fin look just about perfect, but something looks a little off about Rex’s chin/jaw.

Regardless, I am very excited for both of these, and it’s nice to see LEGO giving the prequels some love.

75351 Boushh Princess Leia Helmet Now Available!

Princess Leia Boushh Helmet

*Update – The rumors were correct, and the mystery 3rd helmet #75351 is in fact Princess Leia with her Boushh Bounty Hunter Helmet. Orders can now be placed on LEGO.com as of March 1st.

These trio of new helmets launched on March 1st of 2023, and brings the total count of buildable Star Wars helmets to 11, for those who are counting.

Spring Wave Mandalorian Season 3 LEGO Sets

Mando shooting blaster

Watch this space for more updates – so far two Mandalorian Season 3 sets have launched so far on the 1st of May 2023: the Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor (LEGO.com / Amazon) for $100, and the Pirate Snub Fighter (LEGO.com / Amazon) for $35.

(Scroll down to see the two additional confirmed Summer Wave Mandalorian sets in the next section, launching later this year).

75348 Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor

This $99.99 set is a 2 ship starfighter vs. set combo, launching as Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs. TIE Interceptor (LEGO.com / Amazon). It’s been over 6 years since Lego has launched a “vs” set, so this rumor is especially exciting. With 957 pieces included, each ship should come in at approx 500 pieces, which allows for a decently detailed build for each ship.

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor 75348 box front and back

Minifigures are Mando (with the new Darksaber mold), a Mandalorian Fleet Commander, a TIE Fighter pilot, and a dark R2 droid. Unfortunately no Axe Wolves or Koska Reeves in this one, which is a little disappointing.

I originally thought this set would feature Bo-Katan’s ship, The Gauntlet, but now that the set is officially live, we can see it’s just a regular Fang Fighter with no folding wing mechanism. Regardless, for the price, I feel this set is excellent value and it’s great to finally get a “vs” set.

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE Interceptor 75348

This duel officially launched on May 1st.

75346 Pirate Snub Fighter

The second Mandalorian Season 3 set is now also available for order on LEGO.com and Amazon as of May 1st – though I’m a little underwhelmed by the Pirate Snub Fighter ship to be honest. $35 seems a little steep for a relatively unknown ship and only 2 minifigures.

Vane looks cool with his sword and face-printing, but I’m wishing this would have included a 3rd figure – perhaps Greef Karga in his new Season 3 outfit.

Regardless, fans of the show will be no doubt be excited to add this set to their collections and can get their pre-orders in now.

(Check out out other post that dives into every single Mandalorian LEGO set released since the show started in 2019)

Lego Star Wars 75346 Pirate Snub Fighter box front
Lego Star Wars 75346 Pirate Snub Fighter with minifigures

40623 Battle of Endor Heroes BrickHeadz

Lego Star Wars BrickHeadz Battle of Endor Heroes 40623 box front and back

Also launching May 1st is a 5-pack BrickHeadz 40623 set titled “Battle of Endor Heroes”, and featuring small buildable figures of:

  • Luke Skywalker with his black Ep. 6 jedi robes (unbuttoned) and green lightsaber
  • R2-D2 with his 3rd leg
  • Lando Calrissian (sweet stache)
  • Wicket the Ewok holding a spear
  • Princess Leia with her Endor clothes and helmet

View on LEGO.com >>

Lego Star Wars BrickHeadz Battle of Endor Heroes 40623 on display
Impressive lineup of BrickHeadz!

The BrickHeadz pack contains 549 pieces, and will retail for $39.99 when it launches on May 1st, 2023. If you’re a fan of the BrickHeadz series, this is an awesome (and decently priced) way to get 5 classic buildable figures from Return of the Jedi added to your collection.

2023 LEGO Star Wars UCS Set: 75355 X-Wing Starfighter

Early rumors are indicating a $240 priced model (set 75355), launching on May 4th. Personally, I would love a UCS version of the Fondor Haulcraft, Luthen’s ship from the Andor TV Series, but somehow I doubt that will be it. I’m expecting a Return of the Jedi set, especially considering it’s the 40th anniversary of Episode 6.

*Update – The May 4th UCS set will in fact be an updated Luke Skywalker UCS X-Wing Starfighter, launching on May 4th 2023 for $239.99 with 1,949 pieces! VIP members will be able to get it earlier on May 1st.

75355 UCS X-Wing leaked box image

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I must say – I’m a little underwhelmed from the images. There don’t seem to be too many improvements from the 2013 version (shown below for comparison as well).

What do you think? Is this an upgrade to the original UCS X-Wing from a decade ago? Let me know in the comments below.

75355 UCS X-Wing on display stand with plaque leaked image
R2-D2 will not have a display spot on the plaque.
75355 UCS X-Wing cockpit leaked image
Non-minifigure scale cockpit, as expected for this size and scale of ship. R2-D2 looks WAY too small in that droid spot.
75301 UCS X-Wing Luke Skywalker pilot minifigure
Luke Skywalker with very detailed leg and chest/arm printing. Minifigure looks great! Dual molded legs is a plus!
75355 UCS X-Wing

This UCS X-Wing will be a similar non-minifigure scale and style to last year’s UCS Landspeeder. Dimensions will be 22″ x 18″ x 11″.

Included minifigures will include this newly updated pilot Luke and of course, his trusty R2-D2 (displayed in the X-Wing, not on the stand).

The last UCS X-Wing launched in 2013, so we are definitely due a remake. However, I’m hoping this new 2023 X-Wing looks better in real life than the pictures… here’s the 2013 version for comparison. Not too much different in my eyes…:

UCS X-Wing 2013
2013 UCS X-Wing model for reference

May 4th Free Promo – 40591 Mini Death Star II (Gift With Purchase)

(Note – I cover all the news about the May the 4th promos and gifts in this post)

Also included alongside the UCS set will be another May 4th free promo (set 40591). Last year we got the spectacular Lars Family Homestead Kitchen set included as a gift (pick this up on eBay if you missed it this year), and this year’s rumors were true – the promo will be the Mini Death Star II with 289 pieces and no minifigures (boo!) for this year’s gift.

Lego Star Wars Mini Death Star II 40591 box front and back

Despite the disappointing lack of an included exclusive minifigure like last year’s Aunt Beru, I still think this is a fantastic May 4th promo to include, especially considering the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi. It will be a partially constructed Death Star II as expected, and will include the familiar 40th anniversary plaque we’ve seen on a few other sets already.

This will be included with any purchases over $150 from May 1st through the 7th.

*Update – now that the May 4th Star Wars Day event is over, the only place to find the Mini Death Star II is on eBay (link).

75345 – 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack

Lego Star Wars 75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack box front

*Update – The 2023 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon!

501st fans attention! The ever-popular (now retired) 501st Legion Clone Troopers set from 2020 (Amazon) is getting a sequel/expansion set! Confirmed is set 75345 for $19.99, launching on Jan 1, 2023 with 119 pieces, which will be a more traditional battle pack set perfect for army building. Minifigures will be:

  • 1x 501st Officer
  • 2x Heavy Troopers
  • 1x 501st Specialist/Sniper

These new minifigures will have the same new helmet style (with the accessory attachment sides holes) as the 2022 AT-TE troopers came with. The leaked box image also shows a redesigned blue visor piece, which will be a huge improvement over today’s clunky and dated visor attachment piece. Other accessories will include the newly designed macro binoculars and a range finder attachment for the helmets.

Lego Star Wars 75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack box back

I’m surprised by how good the AV-7 Anti-Vehicle Cannon build looks (especially for a battle pack set). The build looks solid and looks to have swivel and up-and-down movement ability, and even manages to incorporate a full-sized spring shooter.

Lego Star Wars 75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack AV-7 Anti-Vehicle Cannon

However, most fans will be picking this set up purely for the minifigures and for army bulding. Let the Clone Wars begin!

Lego Star Wars 75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack lifestyle action

75347 TIE Bomber

*Update – The 2023 TIE Bomber set can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon!

The last time LEGO Star Wars fans got an official TIE Bomber was way back in 2003 with the almost 20 year old set 4479. Originally retailing for $30, this vintage model now goes for $200+ on eBay. There are some MOC versions that can be purchased, like this one from Brick Vault, but nothing official from LEGO in almost 2 decades.

LEGO Star Wars fans will remember that the TIE Bomber got 3rd place in the 2020 UCS fan vote, so while this new 75347 playset version for 2023 won’t be of UCS caliber or size, it will still be a very welcome addition to the overall lineup at $64.99 and featuring 625 pieces. The TIE Bomber will be the same scale as the 2021 TIE Fighter (Amazon) and will include 4 minifigures – a TIE Bomber Pilot, Darth Vader, Vice Admiral Rae Sloane from the novels (more info on her here), and a small buildable Gonk Droid.

Lego Star Wars 75347 TIE Bomber box front
Lego Star Wars 75347 TIE Bomber box back

One thing to point out is this is the first set of the year to feature the 40th anniversary Return of the Jedi logo on the top right of the box. While this is a great way to pay tribute to the classic ships from the original trilogy, the TIE Bomber is not actually an Episode 6 set, it’s originally from Episode 5. The box artwork is from the scene where Han is hiding the Millennium Falcon in the asteroid field while being bombed by the Empire. It’s a minor thing, but worth pointing out anyways.

Tie Bomber gif

In terms of play features, the TIE Bomber can carry up to 4 torpedoes at a time (plus 2 stud shooters between the cockpits), and also includes a bonus weapons cart to carry spare torpedos.

The design of the TIE Bomber leaves absolutely nothing to be desired, and I can’t wait to pick one up on January 1st, 2023!

Lego Star Wars 75347 TIE Bomber lifestyle staged
Lego Star Wars 75347 TIE Bomber with minifigures
Lego Star Wars 75347 TIE Bomber minifigures

40615 Tusken Raider BrickHeadz

*Update – The 2023 Tusken Raider set can now be ordered on LEGO.com!

This 152 piece set for $9.99 is a great addition to the growing BrickHeadz family. The buildable Tusken Raider looks great, and is advertised as an Episode IV: A New Hope set, rather than a Tusken from the most recent Book of Boba Fett series.

This particular Tusken Raider comes equipped with his trusty gaffi stick, a blaster, a utility belt, and sits on top of a small black baseplate.

I love how quirky and unique these BrickHeadz always look, and can’t wait to add this one to my collection in 2023.

Lego Star Wars Tusken Raider BrickHeadz
Lego Star Wars Tusken Raider BrickHeadz box front

75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett's Starship Microfighter 75344 box front

*Update – The 2023 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon!

The entire Microfighter series lacks some appreciation from the LEGO Star Wars community, but I’ve always felt these were very well designed ships for kids, and come in at a fantastic price point of $10. (And my 6 year old happens to LOVE collecting the Microfighter series).

After last year’s Mando’s Razor Crest Microfighter (Amazon) launch, many were speculating the next version would be a mini version of Boba Fett’s Slave 1 Starship following the Book of Boba Fett TV series, and that can now be confirmed as set 75344, containing 85 pieces.

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett's Starship Microfighter 75344 box back

This Microfighter is a decent looking build that strangely brings back the flick fire missiles from years past. While I appreciate the nostalgia, I’ve always felt these were a little harder to use (especially for kids), and they leave a gaping hole after fired that visually looks bad. I much prefer the modern stud launches.

Regardless, this looks to be a solid addition to the Microfighter lineup. The Boba Fett figure includes arm and leg printing, but LEGO still refuses to fix the mismatched helmet/body green color, which is disappointing.

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett's Starship Microfighter 75344 in action
Lego Star Wars Boba Fett's Starship Microfighter 75344 with minifigure

Expect this mini-but-mighty fighter to launch on January 1st, 2023 for $9.99


Thanks for reading! Hopefully you have enjoyed the 2023 lineup of Star Wars sets as much as I have. Check my 2024 rumors and leaks article for up to date news on the latest news on all upcoming LEGO Star Wars sets.


27 thoughts on “Every 2023 LEGO Star Wars Set Released: The Complete List”

  1. THE NEW BATTLEPACK IS NORMAL PRICE!!!

    I was so worried… It’s on the LEGO website now, and it’s $19.99!!! The Yavin IV Base and Yoda Starfighter are there too, as well as the new Advent Calendar.The advent Calendar is $44.99, and the other sets are the price we expected ($169.99 for the Yavin one and $34.99 for Yoda’s ship).

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  2. What the actual hell is lego thinking? That UCS X-Wing looks terrible. Not even close to an improvement over the 2013 set. Very, very disappointing. Not only is it an unnecessary UCS set, it just looks horrible. Would have rather seen something like Vaders Tie or just about anything else.

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  3. There’s a new set out for the young Jedi’s show coming out. You should add it here for anyone interested.

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