All 2024 LEGO Star Wars Leaks, Rumors, and Upcoming New Sets

*This post will be updated regularly as we hear of new leaks, rumors, and confirmed release information about new and upcoming LEGO Star Wars sets for 2024. Check back often for updates.

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All New 2024 LEGO Star Wars Sets

Leaks for over 30 new 2024 LEGO Star Wars sets have emerged! I’ll update this page throughout the year as new information comes out, but for now here is what we know.

Noticeably absent is any mention of new Helmet sets. It’s possible the Helmet Collection era has come to an end, unfortunately 🙁

What new LEGO Star Wars set are you most looking forward to, or hope that LEGO releases soon? Leave a comment below and let me know!

(Looking for more info on the latest 2023 launches? I dive into all the 2023 LEGO Star Wars releases in this post, including specs, my thoughts, and additional pictures).

All 2024 Winter (January) Wave Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack$29.99 / 215 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75384 4+ The Crimson Firehawk$49.99 / 136 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon

All 2024 Spring Wave (March) Releases:

Lego Star Wars midi-scale ships hero
Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75375 Midi-Scale Millenium Falcon$84.99 / 921 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75376 Midi-Scale Tantive IV$79.99 / 654 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75377 Midi-Scale Invisible Hand$49.99 / 557 piecesLEGO.com
75387 Boarding the Tantive IV$54.99 / 502 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75379 Buildable R2-D2$99.99 / 1,050 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon

All 2024 Spring Wave (May) Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama$79.99 / 718 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75378 BARC Speeder Escape$29.99 / 221 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75381 Buildable Droideka$64.99 / 583 piecesLEGO.com / Amazon
75382 UCS TIE Interceptor$229.99 / 1,931 piecesLEGO.com
40686 May 4th GWP Promo – Battle Droid Carrier262 pieces
40675 Commander Cody BrickHeadz$9.99 / 226 piecesLEGO.com
40676 The Phantom Menace BrickHeadz Collection$54.99 / 732 piecesLEGO.com
75383 Sith Infiltrator$69.99 / 640 piecesLEGO.com

All 2024 Summer Wave (June) Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsWhere to Buy
75373 Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack$19.99 / 109 pieces / June 1View Early LEGO.com
75386 Paz Vizsla and Moff Gideon Battle$39.99 / 289 pieces / June 1View Early LEGO.com
75390 Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech$15.99 / 195 pieces / June 1View Early LEGO.com
75391 Captain Rex Y-Wing Microfighter$12.99 / 99 pieces / June 1View Early LEGO.com

All 2024 Fall Wave (August) Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsRelease Date
75374 The Onyx Cinder (Skeleton Crew Ship)$139.99 / 1,325 piecesAugust 2024
75385 Battle of Peridea$54.99 / 382 piecesAugust 2024
75388 Jedi Bob’s Starfighter$39.99 / 310 piecesAugust 2024
75389 Dark Side Millennium Falcon$179.99 / 1,578 piecesAugust 2024
75393 X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter$109.99 / 1,058 piecesAugust 2024
75394 Imperial Star Destroyer (Pre-order LEGO.com / Amazon)$159.99 / 1,555 piecesAugust 2024
75396 Escape from the Sarlacc$79.99 / 558 piecesAugust 2024
75398 Buildable C-3PO$139.99 / 1,132 piecesAugust 2024
75392 – Unknown Creature Build (will include young Princess Leia minifigure)1,186 pieces / $99.99August 2024

All 2024 Fall Wave (September/October) Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsRelease Date
75395 Advent Calendar 2024 (View Early LEGO.com)$44.99 / 368 piecesSeptember 2024
75397 UCS Jabba’s Sail Barge$499.99 / 3,942 piecesOctober 2024
40730 Gift with purchase (GWP) for UCS Set (possibly Luke Skywalker’s Lightsaber)145 piecesOctober 2024
40755 Star Wars 25th Anniversary Celebration (7 figures: R2-KT 25th Anniversary Droid, 3 Rebel Troopers, 3 Stormtroopers)$39.99 / 383 piecesOctober 2024

One exciting thing to point out for the 2024 release year is that it’s the 25th Anniversary of LEGO Star Wars, with the first set being launched way back in 1999. In celebration of this anniversary, the LEGO Star Wars team are planning a few surprises for us, including some rare anniversary minifigures, a special anniversary plaque brick in some of these sets (more on this below), and an updated 2024 Visual Dictionary book.

Lego Star Wars 25th anniversary logo

Now, onto the 2024 sets and everything we know so far!

75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama

Anakin Skywalker pod racing

*Update – the Mos Espa Podrace Diorama can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon

2024 marks the 25th anniversary of Episode I: The Phantom Menace (I know, I couldn’t believe it either…), and what better way to celebrate that than with a Diorama of the classic Boonta Eve Podrace scene.

Leaked images of the Diorama show just what I was expecting – Sebulba and Anakin’s podracers in tight competition just passing through Arch Canyon (no arena though!), with small studs to represent each character. Check out the detailing on the canyon and the mountainside! Very well designed and sharp looking set.

Lego 75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama dispalyed on shelf
Leaked image of the 75380 Boonta Eve Podrace Diorama set – looks fantastic!

Expected launch is May 1st, 2024, containing 718 pieces for $79.99. This set also features the same 25th Anniversary of Star Wars special brick we’ve seen already on a few sets this year.

Excited for this one! (More of my thoughts about the Podrace Diorama here).

75378 Grogu BARC Speeder Escape

Grogu's escape during Order 66 with Jedi Kelleran Beq
Picture credit: Wallpaper Abyss

*Update – The BARC Speeder Escape can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon

This should be a fun small set! Featuring the awesome scene from The Mandalorian Season 3, where Grogu’s savior Jedi Kelleran Beq manages to get Grogu to safety following the moments of Order 66 when the Clones turn.

Since this is quite a small build at only $29.99 with 221 pieces, we’re getting a BARC speeder build for Kelleran with Grogu’s Pram attached to the side, along with two clones (501st troopers), and a small accessory build. Expect this one on May 1st, 2024.

(More of my thoughts on the Grogu’s escape set here)

Lego box leak of 75378 BARC Speeder Escape
Leaked image of the 75378 BARC Speeder Escape
Lego 75378 BARC Speeder Escape hero image
Kelleran Beq looks FANTASTIC. Amazing figure.

75381 Buildable Droideka (Destroyer Droid)

*Update – the Droideka can now be ordered on LEGO.com and Amazon

Is this the droid you were looking for? Perhaps… the other 25th Anniversary Episode I set is a buildable droid, this time featuring the elusive Separatist Droideka.

*Update – we now have leaked official images of the upcoming Droideka!

The leaked images of the Droideka really looks stunning. I really think LEGO knocked it out of the park on this one – the shape and curves and attention to detail is really spot on. And as an added bonus, it actually can fold up and turn into a ball!

Lego 75381 Droideka shown with box
The main display model looks FANTASTIC, however I’m not loving the look of the smaller minifigure-scale Droideka on the stand… thoughts?
Lego 75381 Droideka box back
IT CAN FOLD UP INTO A BALL!!

Since this is an 18+ set, we’ll also be getting the standard black information plaque, as well as the special 25th Anniversary brick that also came on the trio of midi-scale starships.

Expect this to launch on May 1st, 2024 for $64.99.

(More details about the upcoming buildable Droideka here)

75382 UCS TIE Interceptor

Lego 75382 UCS TIE Interceptor leaked image
Official image of the UCS TIE Interceptor!

*Update – View the UCS TIE Interceptor on LEGO.com >>

It’s been 24 years since we’ve had a UCS TIE Interceptor, and while the 2000’s version can still be found on eBay (if you’re willing pay!), I am very excited to get a modern version of this.

The TIE Interceptor will be the big release for 2024’s May the 4th event (launching for LEGO VIP members early on May 1st), and will contain 1,931 pieces and retail for $229.99, which surprisingly puts it at $10 cheaper than the previous two similarly sized May the 4th set releases, the UCS Landspeeder (link) and UCS X-Wing (link) of years past.

As for minifigures, we’re getting a TIE Pilot and… a Mouse Droid. Yep. No other figures here. (At least he’s cute though, right?)

As expected, the TIE will sit on a black brick-built display stand, complete with an info plaque and the 25th Anniversary of Star Wars brick we’ve seen already a few times this year. Looks like a solid addition to the UCS lineup!

(More thoughts about the upcoming UCS TIE Interceptor here)

The original version from 2000!

40686 GWP Trade Federation Troop Carrier

Lego 40686 Trade Federation Troop Carrier GWP for May 4th, 2024

Like usual for May 4th, accompanying the big UCS set will also be a GWP (gift with purchase) set. Latest rumors are pointing towards this set #40686 being a Battle Droid Carrier with 262 pieces, and this can now be confirmed thanks to a leaked image of the box (above).

Official name will be the Trade Federation Troop Carrier – looks like a nice little build! We’re getting 8 Battle Droids, including 2 unique captain Droids with blue torso pieces. (Have we ever seen that blue Battle Droid before? I don’t think we have… comment below if you have more information on this blue figure).

The threshold for getting this freebie will be $160. If you’re new to how these GWP’s work, if you spend at least $160 on ANY Star Wars sets during the May the 4th week (May 1 – 5), this Battle Droid Carrier will be thrown in for free. Whee! (Or just pick it up on eBay following the event).

Check out my post on all the 2024 “May the 4th” sets and promos for up to date details on this.

40675 Commander Cody BrickHeadz

Commander Cody during Order 66

*Update – Commander Cody can now been seen on LEGO.com >>

The BrickHeadz series is a fun and quirky side to the LEGO Star Wars lineup, and in recent years they have been very well designed and I’m always excited to see what the next addition to the collection is.

Latest rumors are pointing towards a Commander Cody BrickHeadz (no word on Rex yet), coming in at the usual $9.99. Expect this one to drop on May 1st as well.

*Update – official images have leaked, and I LOVE the look of this BrickHeadzCody. My only gripe is the lack of translucent Palpatine figure on his holocomm – missed opportunity there to really capture the gravity of the Order 66 moment.

(More details and images of the Cody BrickHeadz here)

Lego 40675 Commander Cody Brickheadz set with box

75383 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator

Sith Infiltrator

*Update – The Sith Infiltrator can now be seen on LEGO.com >>

Rounding out the list of May 2024 launches will be a remake of Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Phantom Menace! 4 minifigures will be included with this ship, including:

Minifigures:

When I originally wrote this, rumors were also indicating we would be getting a Captain Panaka and a young Padmé Amidala, so I’m a little disappointed those figures were omitted. However, finally getting Saw in minifigure form is a treat, very excited for that!

Maul’s ship will come in at $69.99 and feature 640 pieces, which I think is a tad high for what we’re getting (should have included 1 more figure). Honestly, I wouldn’t have been mad to have an $80 or even a $100 ship instead with slightly more of an interior, more classic Episode 1 figures, and a bigger and more detailed version of Maul’s Speeder bike.

(More thoughts and news on the upcoming Sith Infiltrator here)

Lego 75383 Darth Maul's Sith Infiltrator box front
Leaked box image of Maul’s Sith Infiltrator. Where is Maul’s cloak and hood?!
Lego 75383 Darth Maul's Sith Infiltrator box back
Thankfully we are getting Maul’s Speeder Bike as well. The ship has a little storage area in the back for it, along with the 3 probe droids.

40676 The Phantom Menace BrickHeadz Collection

Lego 40676 Phantom Menace Brickheadz hero

*Update – The Phantom Menace BrickHeadz Collection can now be seen on LEGO.com!

The final BrickHeadz set for the year (we think) is a fantastic tribute to 6 classic Episode I characters, featuring Jar Jar Binks (!!), Podracer Anakin, Queen Amidala, Qui-Gon Jinn, Darth Maul, and Captain Panaka.

Noticeably absent is Young Obi-Wan, he’s getting no love in this 25th anniversary wave unfortunately! As much as I love Panaka, I wouldn’t have minded swapping him out for Obi-Wan…

Regardless, an absolutely awesome addition to the BrickHeadz collection, launching May 1st, containing 732 pieces, and retailing for $54.99.

(More of my thoughts and images on the Phantom Menace BrickHeadz set here)

75390 Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech

Lego 75390 Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech hero

*Update – official images of Luke’s X-Wing Mech are out!

VIEW EARLY ON LEGO.COM >>

Looks like the Mech lineup is here to stay! Rumors are pointing to an X-Wing Pilot Luke Mech being added to the existing trio of Mechs in the Summer of 2024 on June 1st.

Expect the price to be in line with the existing 3 Mechs at $15.99, though this new Mech reportedly will have a slightly higher piece count with 195 pieces (Most of the 2023 Mechs had around 150 pieces).

I am surprised this Mech doesn’t feature more of the dark red color from Luke’s X-Wing, but it still looks good. Love the (printed) Republic logo on the chest, and the four wings are designed pretty well, with a clip for the minifigure-scale lightsaber between the engines (see the picture of the back of the Mech below). The Mech-sized lightsaber and brick-built blaster looks great!

While the Mech lineup is aimed primarily at kids, it is a cheaper way to add classic minifigures to your collection. I’m glad to see this series is being continued in 2024.

Lego 75390 Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech

Only question that remains – will the Mech include the regular minifigure version of Pilot Luke we’ve had for a few years now, or the updated dual-molded leg version of Luke from the 2023 UCS X-Wing?

UPDATE – thanks to the leaked images we can confirm it’s NOT the dual-molded UCS Luke. While still a great minifigure… this is a bit of a hard pill to swallow, especially considering the news on Captain Rex (below).

Lego 75390 Luke Skywalker X-Wing Mech back
NOT the same figure as the dual-molded legs Luke in the UCS X-Wing

75391 Captain Rex’s Y-Wing Microfighter

Lego 75391 Captain Rex Y-Wing Microfighter on table

*Update – official images have been revealed!

VIEW EARLY ON LEGO.COM >>

I guess the Captain Rex minifigure from the UCS Venator wasn’t so ‘exclusive’ after all, ha! Reports are indicating the first 2024 Microfighter ship will be a Captain Rex’s Y-Wing Microfighter from the Clone Wars animated show that him and Ahsoka escape on as the Venator is crashing in the finale of Season 7 moments after Order 66.

We see this blue Y-Wing again several times during various animated shows, including The Bad Batch and Tales of the Jedi.

Captain Rex's Y-Wing and Ahsoka falling clone wars season 7 finale

Fans who bought the $650 Venator to get an updated version of Rex might be a tad annoyed that this figure will be appearing in a small cheap set mere months after launch, but regardless, it’s a good move for the general fandom, and also for kids who want a Captain Rex but obviously wouldn’t be able to get the Venator. (My 7 year old is beyond excited about this news…)

Rex’s microfighter is rumored to cost $12.99 and feature 99 pieces. Expect this set to officially launch in the early 2024 Summer Wave on June 1st. More details and images about Rex’s Y-Wing here.

Lego 75391 Captain Rex Y-Wing Microfighter ship with Rex minifigure

75373 Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack

Lego 75373 Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack hero

VIEW EARLY ON LEGO.COM >>

This one looks interesting! A Mandalorian Season 3 themed battle pack, featuring:

  • 2 Imperial Commandos (Incredible figures! Look at those helmets!)
  • Mandalorian Nite Owl (NOT Koska Reeves as originally rumored)
  • Blue Mandalorian Warrior

I LOVE the accompanying build. Sometimes these battle packs just have small throwaway accessory builds, but I like that there is room to pose and “play” with them on this rock-hallway scene. Nice little stud shooter as well. Peep the translucent piece that lets the minifigures “fly” with their jetpacks. Amazing!

Lego 75373 Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack minifigures

This battle pack is set to cost $19.99 and contain 109 pieces. This thing will absolutely FLY off of the shelves.

And – hidden feature, spot the little connector on the build. It can connect to the other Mandalorian Season 3 set (the Moff Gideon battle) I talk about below.

Lego 75373 Ambush on Mandalore Battle Pack

75386 Paz Vizsla and Moff Gideon Battle

Lego 75386 Paz Vizsla and Moff Gideon Battle

VIEW EARLY ON LEGO.COM >>

Yes!! This set looks even better than I was imagining. I think Lego really did a stellar job with this Mandalorian Season 3 set.

Impressive minifigure lineup containing:

  • 2 Praetorian Guards (with new helmet moulds)
  • Moff Gideon with his horned helmet and black armor (and extra hairpiece)
  • Paz Vizsla (RIP 😭)
Lego 75386 Paz Vizsla and Moff Gideon Battle
Check out Paz Vizsla’s blaster! 😮
Lego 75386 Paz Vizsla and Moff Gideon Battle

This set features the scene with the heavy armored blast doors from the season finale where Paz Vizsla sacrifices himself to let Bo Katan and the other Mandalorians escape (SPOILERS – sorry if you haven’t seen it).

And the rumors were true – this set will be able to connect to the 75373 Battle Pack set to create a mega Mandalorian bunker scene. Awesome! Here’s how both will look connected:

Lego 75386 and 75373 connected together
Both Mandalorian sets (75373 and 75386) connected together. Now you gotta buy both! 🤣

One other cool feature is a lever that closes the blast door:

Lego 75386 Paz Vizsla and Moff Gideon Battle blast door

This set will contain 289 pieces and cost $39.99. Expect both of these Mandalorian Season 3 sets to drop in June 2024. (More of my thoughts on this set here)

If I had one complaint, it would be that there really should have been a 3rd Praetorian Guard, just like in the show.

Paz Vizsla

75394 Imperial Star Destroyer

Lego 75394 Imperial Star Destroyer box front

*Update – official images leaked!

>> Pre-order Star Destroyer on LEGO.com / Amazon

I was WAY off on this rumor – I thought it was going to be a Death Star playset. Nope! Instead we’re getting a remake of a playscale Star Destroyer, the first one since 2014. Since there’s a lot to say (and see) about this new Star Destroyer, I’ve got a whole separate article up about it, but for now here’s the highlights:

CAL KESTIS is finally a minifigure! He’s being included as one of the special 25th Anniversary figures in this set. (If you’re unfamiliar, Cal is from the video game series Jedi Survivor). This minifigure alone might be enough for fans of the game to pick up this set…

Lego 75394 Imperial Star Destroyer minifigures with Cal Kestis anniversary figure

We’re also getting 6 other figures – standouts being Vader of course and Commander Praji. I’m disappointed Tarkin isn’t included, I feel like he was an obvious minifigure choice for this one.

Ship will retail for $159.99, feature, 1,555 pieces, and will release on August 1st, 2024.

Lego 75394 Imperial Star Destroyer box back

75374 Skeleton Crew Ship (The Onyx Cinder)

Skeleton Crew Ship

‘Skeleton Crew’ is a brand new Star Wars show coming to Disney+ in 2024, which is set to follow a group of children lost somewhere in the Star Wars galaxy. Not too much is known about this new show yet, other than that it’s set in the same general timeline as the events of ‘The Mandalorian’, so a few years after Return of the Jedi.

This ship will contain 1,325 pieces and will retail for $139.99. Originally this set was scheduled to launch on Jan 1, 2024, but with the delay of the show’s release date, we’re now expecting this set to launch during the 2024 Summer Wave in August instead.

75385 Battle on Peridea

Yes!! I was really hoping LEGO would do a Peridea based set from the Ahsoka show, and while this is a little smaller than I would have liked (382 pieces for $54.99), the reason to grab this set when it launches on 1 August 2024 will primarily be THE MINIFIGURES!!

We’re expecting:

  • Ezra Bridger
  • Ahsoka (white robes)
  • Grand Admiral Thrawn (finally! – also, hopefully we get proper dual-molded legs on him)
  • Morgan Elsbeth (with updated faceprinting, most likely with additional Witches of Dathomir elements)
  • Captain Enoch (really hoping for a knock-out figure here with the gold face and maroon accents)

No word on what the build will be yet, check back later for more updates.

(More thoughts on the Peridea set here).

75389 Dark Side Millennium Falcon

No, this set is not a joke. The next 3 sets on this list are… different – definitely not your typical Star Wars sets.

LEGO just released a trailer for a new movie coming out in the Fall called LEGO Star Wars: Rebuild the Galaxy, and it’s all about how “the building blocks of the galaxy are getting mixed up.” Good is bad, up is down, Ewoks are now bounty hunters, etc.

Check out the trailer here, then we’ll dive into each of the 3 sets:

The first set based on this show is the Dark Side Sith Millennium Falcon – launching in August 2024 (priced at $179.99 with 1,579 pieces), featuring an alternative universe with a whole new crew of characters. Yeah I know, sounds crazy.

Since the current version of the Millennium Falcon is from 2019 (LEGO.com / Amazon) and is set to retire soon, instead of just rolling out another standard Falcon, looks like we’re getting a (rather big) twist this time around.

Now, about the set itself – 75389 Dark Millennium Falcon is not just a build update. You saw the new movie trailer, so now imagine a Star Wars universe gone haywire, with Jedi turning to the Dark Side and Sith moving towards the light. We’re talking Dark Side Rey, a Redeemed Darth Vader with an all-white outfit (also known as Infinities Darth Vader), an Evil C-3PO, “Beach Luke Skywalker”, and supposedly someone called Darth Dev Greebling…! Oh, and there’s also rumored to be a Gungan in there too. (Is Darth Jar Jar Binks actually going to be made Canon??)

Lego 75389 Dark Side Millennium Falcon render
Screenshot of the Dark Millennium Falcon from the trailer.
White Darth Vader
Infinities Darth Vader Action Figure

75393 X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter

X-Wing vs TIE Fighter

LEGO is set to release another “vs” set featuring two of the most iconic Star Wars ships – the X-Wing and the TIE fighter. I’m expecting something similar to 2023’s “vs” set from Ahsoka, though rumor has it this set will come with a fun quirk.

Supposedly the wings on each ship will be interchangeable, so imagine an X-Wing body held up by TIE wings and a TIE fighter hull encased by a pair of X-Wings . A little strange, but probably a fun thing aimed primarily at kids. I’ll believe it when I see it.

*Update – thanks to the new LEGO Star Wars movie trailer (above), this has pretty much been confirmed. Here’s a pretty good idea of what one of these crazy ships might look like:

Lego X-Wing vs TIE Fighter render
Never in a million years did I expect this…

This combo set will be priced at $109.99, and feature a surprisingly high 1,063 pieces, which is 150 more pieces than the combination of the 2021 versions of the X-Wing and TIE fighter. Perhaps these builds will be a little more substantial? Rumor has it this set will include 5 minifigures, so perhaps there’s a smaller extra build to accommodate the 5th figure (in addition to the 2 pilots and Astromech droid). We shall see.

Lego X-Wing vs TIE Fighter
2021 versions of this classic pair
X-Wing TIE Fighter with swapped wings
Coo coo cool…

75388 Jedi Bob’s Starfighter

Lego Jedi Bob with green lightsaber
Jedi Bob lives!!

Folks, when I first heard about this I was sure it was a joke. But thanks to the recent LEGO Star Wars: Rebuild the Galaxy movie trailer (above), this has pretty much been confirmed. 2024 will finally be the year Jedi Bob makes his glorious return, this time getting his very own Jedi Starfighter!

For those who don’t know the story, “Bob” first appeared as an unnamed Jedi Knight in the very first Republic Gunship (set 7163 – eBay link) way back in 2002. LEGO Star Wars fans quickly became enamored with this unknown Jedi, and he was unofficially given the name “Jedi Bob”, becoming an on-going joke and meme in the community. Unbelievably, the team at LEGO has apparently decided that Bob is in fact real, and worthy of his own set.

Unfortunately, little else is known about the mysterious Jedi Bob, beyond this short entry in the 2009 LEGO Star Wars Encyclopedia:

Jedi Bob's 2009 Encyclopedia entry

Fun Fact: Jedi Bob is the only LEGO Star Wars Jedi to feature the generic yellow skin-tone, and his happy bearded face is from the LEGO City Line 🙂

Never thought I would actually be typing these words, but expect the 75388 Jedi Bob’s Starfighter to launch on August 1st 2024, featuring 305 pieces and priced at $39.99. What a wild year 2024 is shaping up to be!

While we don’t have any leaked images of Jedi Bob’s Starfighter, I’m fully expecting something similar to the current release of Obi-Wan’s Delta-7 Class Jedi Starfighter (LEGO.com / Amazon).

The set will come with 4 minifiguresJedi Bob (obviously), a Clone Trooper (most likely Phase 1), a Mon Calamari (please be Admiral Ackbar!), and most likely an Astromech Droid to round it out. I was originally secretly hoping for an older and wiser gray-beaded Bob to accompany his younger self, but doesn’t look like that wish will come true.

(More thoughts about Jedi Bob here)

75398 Buildable C-3PO

Lego C-3PO minifigure

Pairing up with his best buddy (the upcoming buildable R2-D2 set hitting stores this March) will be a buildable version of everybody’s favorite chatterbox of a protocol droid: C-3PO!

We’re expecting Threepio to launch a few months later in August 2024, featuring a respectable piece count of 1,132 pieces for $139.99 ($40 more expensive than R2-D2).

The build will also have a minifigure version of C-3PO (not sure which version of minifigure yet, silver leg or no), on a display stand beside his larger model replica.

Sure, a some might argue that releasing both R2-D2 and C-3PO in the same year is a bit too predictable, but I see it as a cool nod from LEGO to celebrate Star Wars, especially during the 25th Anniversary year. After all, R2 and Threepio are the only characters to appear in every single Star Wars movie so far. Give them their respect, ha! I’m a fan, and very excited to see what these look like when they’re officially released.

(More thoughts on the upcoming C-3PO build here)

Lego 8007 Technic buildable C-3PO
2001! Can you believe it?

75396 Escape from the Sarlacc

Star Wars Sarlacc Pit and Desert Skiff

Classic scene! Though I could argue this set might have made more sense for last year’s Return of the Jedi anniversary lineup, I have a feeling this set is designed to play in tandem with the potential UCS Jabba’s Sail Barge set hopefully coming later in 2024 (more info on that below).

This 558 piece set will no doubt include the fearsome Sarlacc in his pit, the Desert Skiff, and all of our favorite Episode VI characters – Boba Fett (same minifigure as 2023’s Mech version), Lando Calrissian in disguise, partially blind Han Solo, Chewbacca, Luke in his black robes with reportedly a new hairpiece, and a Weequay. Some rumors are also indicating there might be a 25th Anniversary figure in this set as well, though that is currently unconfirmed.

The set will be priced at $79.99, which does seem high for the relatively low piece count, but the 6 minifigures does add some extra value here.

*Update – this set will include one of the 25th Anniversary minifigures: Nien Nunb!

(More of my thoughts and details on the Sarlacc / Desert Skiff set with Nien Nunb here)

Nien Nunb holding his helmet
Nien Nunb as a 25th Anniversary Character! Can’t wait to see him in LEGO minifigure form.
Lego 75174 Desert Skiff Escape
75174 Desert Skiff Escape from 2017 (eBay / Amazon links)

75397 UCS Jabba’s Sail Barge? (unconfirmed)

Jabba's Sail Barge

Talks of a massive 3,942 piece minifigure scale UCS Jabba’s Sail Barge had been circulating around the rumor mill earlier in 2023 to be the big 40th Anniversary Return of the Jedi UCS Set for the end of 2023, but that set ended up being the Venator instead.

It’s possible that the Sail Barge is launching as the second 2024 UCS set (following the 2024 UCS TIE Interceptor) at the end of this year in October for $499.99, but it hasn’t been confirmed yet.

Take this rumor with a huge grain of salt. I’ll update here as soon as more information is known. (More of my thoughts about the potential UCS Sail Barge here)

Lego Star Wars Jabba's Sail Barge 75020
The 2013 version of Jabba’s Sail Barge (Amazon / eBay links)

75375 Midi-Scale Millenium Falcon – ALREADY RELEASED

Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon box and ship

*Update – Available now on LEGO.com and Amazon!

(More images and details on the new midi-scale Falcon here)

Following the massive success of the 2023 Midi-Scale Super Star Destroyer (link), LEGO is continuing this resurrected lineup with three more classic ships in midi-scale size planned for this year – the Millennium Falcon, the Tantive IV, and the Invisible Hand (below).

Expect a similar look to the 18+ Executer Super Star Destroyer – a midi-scale and ultra detailed non-minifigure scaled version of the Falcon, set on a black display stand with a nameplate, and also including a special 25th Anniversary LEGO Star Wars brick.

The midi-scale Millennium Falcon will be 9.5″ long when displayed, and will hit shelves on March 1st, 2024 with 921 pieces for $84.99.

Anyone remember the original Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon from 2009? (eBay link)

75376 Midi-Scale Tantive IV – ALREADY RELEASED

Lego Star Wars 75376 midi-scale Tantive IV box and ship on display stand

*Update – Available now on LEGO.com and Amazon!

(More images and info on the midi-scale Tantive IV here)

Accompanying the Midi-Scale Falcon will be Leia Organa’s ship, the Tantive IV, as featured on very opening scene of A New Hope.

I’m excited to see Midi-Scale treatment on this ship. The 2019 (almost UCS) version of this ship was a fantastic build with over 1,700 pieces (Amazon link), but has since expired and the value has gone up significantly.

The Midi-Scale Tantive IV will be released on March 1st, 2024 for $79.99 and contain 654 pieces. The Tantive will be 15.5″ long, and come with the same stand, nameplate, and special 25th Anniversary LEGO Star Wars brick.

Hopefully you already have a Princess Leia minifigure, as we’re not getting any minifigures to accompany this 18+ display set either. No big surprise there though – same as last year’s midi-scale Executor.

75377 Midi-Scale Invisible Hand – ALREADY RELEASED

Lego Star Wars 75377 midi-scale Invisible Hand box and ship

*Update – Available now on LEGO.com!

(More info and images here on the upcoming Invisible Hand)

For fans who need a reminder, the ‘Invisible Hand’ was the flagship that General Grievous commanded when he captured Chancellor Palpatine at the beginning of Episode III, (RIP Count Dooku). Unfortunately the ship broke apart as Obi-Wan and Anakin crash-landed it onto Coruscant.

Obi-Wan Kenobi says another happy landing

This Midi-Scale version will be 11.5″ long, and comes with a unique feature where the front half of the ship will be able to separate from the rear.

Launching on March 1st 2024, this ship will cost $49.99, contain 557 pieces, and feature the same 25th Anniversary LEGO Star Wars brick as the the other two Midi-Scale ships.

Venator vs Invisible Hand from Star Wars Ep III
Invisible Hand vs. the Venator!

75387 Boarding the Tantive IV – ALREADY RELEASED

Darth Vader boarding the Tantive IV

*Update – Available now on LEGO.com and Amazon!

Rumors have been mixed on this Tantive IV boarding set, as we’ve heard news on this being either an 18+ Diorama set, or an 8+ playset, in a similar vibe to the Dark Trooper Attack (LEGO.com / Amazon) from ‘The Mandalorian’.

Personally, I would prefer an 18+ Diorama version of this classic scene, as I love the Diorama series, but the Dark Trooper Attack set was executed perfectly, and also doubles great as a display piece. Since this set is reported to feature some “play” elements to it, (levers to open the main blast door), I’m thinking this might NOT be an 18+ Diorama set, but I’ll confirm here once this is known for sure.

*Update – leaked images of the set have surfaced, and I can now confirm it is an 8+ playset:

Lego 75387 Boarding the Tantive IV box and set on display

The minifigure lineup on this set is stellar:

Launching on March 1st, 2024 for $54.99 with 502 pieces.

(See more details and pictures of the Tantive IV Boarding set here)

ARC Trooper Fives
Lego 75387 Boarding the Tantive IV hero
Leaked image of ARC Trooper Fives and the Boarding set. Fives is sporting a cloth pauldron (and printed waist cape) and the newly designed 25th Anniversary plaque base plate.

75379 Buildable R2-D2 – ALREADY RELEASED

Lego Star Wars 75379 Buildable R2-D2 hero

*Update – Available now on LEGO.com and Amazon!

Ok, I’m a little baffled by this one. Another buildable R2-D2? We already have the phenomenal UCS version which is still being sold (LEGO.com / Amazon), though this new 2024 version seems to be a scaled down kid’s version, considering it’s less than half the price at $99.99 and contains significantly fewer pieces with 1,050. Reported height of this new version is said to be around 9″, (which is 3″ shorter than the UCS version).

*Update – looks like we’re also getting a buildable C-3PO in August 2024 (more info on him further down the page), so I think these two classic characters are meant to be displayed together. I’m getting used to the idea, and think it’s kind of a neat way to pay tribute to the 25th Anniversary of LEGO Star Wars. (After all, R2 and Threepio are the only characters to appear in every single Star Wars movie so far…)

Lego Star Wars 75379 Buildable R2-D2 with display stand and Darth Malak minifigure

Features include a moveable head, a removable third leg, an informational plaque (no sticker!!), R2’s periscope that sticks out his head, and multiple arm accessories.

This smaller buildable version of everyone’s favorite droid (sorry, BB-8) will hit shelves on March 1st, 2024. (More info and images on the upcoming R2-D2 here)

In addition to the included R2-D2 minifigure, we’re also getting an additional bonus minifigure with this set – an exclusive Darth Malak (!!) minifigure as part of the 25th anniversary year.

Not sure exactly who this Sith is? Read more about Malak here >>

Darth Malak
Lego Star Wars 75379 Buildable R2-D2 Darth Malak minifigure on 25th Anniversary stand
Practically flawless figure. Looks great on the 25th Anniversary display stand!

75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack – ALREADY RELEASED

Lego Star Wars 75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack box front
Lego Star Wars 75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack box back

Official images of the 2024 battle pack have launched, and ohhh boy it’s a good one. Definitely getting 2007 vibes from this set. This might just be the set of the year… perfect for army building!

*Update – this set can now be ordered on LEGO.com or Amazon

2024 continues LEGO’s yearly tradition of releasing a battle pack on January 1st. However, this one will cost $29.99 instead of the usual $19.99, but for good reason – this new 215 piece battle pack will include a whopping 9 minifigures, including the return of Super Battle Droids (!!).

Minifigure lineup:

  • 1 Clone Shock Trooper
  • 3 Regular Phase 2 Clone Troopers
  • 3 Super Battle Droids (looks like a new mold to me)
  • 2 Regular Battle Droids
Super Battle Droid

As far as the accompanying builds, we’re getting 4 (!!) items, including:

  • Speeder bike that can sit 2 clones
  • Small defensive post/barricade with a stud shooter
  • STAP droid speeder (with a small stand by the looks of it)
  • Octuptarra Tri-Droid
Lego Star Wars 75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack on white background

Doesn’t look like we’re getting any accessories for the clones (no visors or antennas), so enjoy those empty Clone helmet holes! 😉

Prediction: this set will sell very, very well. I don’t remember the last time I was this excited for a battle pack.

Jan 1st 2024 cannot come quick enough!

(More images and details of this set here)

Octuptarra Tri-Droid and STAP Speeder
Single Trooper Aerial Platform (STAP) speeder and an Octuptarra Tri-Droid

75384 The Crimson Firehawk (4+) – ALREADY RELEASED

Lego Star Wars 75384 The Crimson Firehawk box front

This ship might be an unfamiliar name to some, but this new 4+ set launching on Jan 1st, 2024 is from the Young Jedi Adventures Star Wars Disney+ show geared towards young kids.

*Update – this set can now be ordered on LEGO.com or Amazon

$49.99 for 136 pieces is definitely quite steep, but these 4+ sets often have quite large pieces and uncommon minifigures.

The minifigure lineup will include Nubs, Nash Durango, and RJ-83. (If you don’t know who those are, ask your kids/nephews/nieces, hah). Nubs and Nash look fantastic, and both feature completely unique and custom new molds. RJ-83 looks a little odd to me… is that BB-8’s head?

The set will also include a small speeder bike, as well as a buildable market booth featuring some neat accessory pieces like fish and cheese. The ship itself features a printed windshield (thank goodness), and looks to have ample room inside for the minifigures, cargo, and the speeder bike.

This set looks to be a great buy for young kids who are fans of the show!

(More images and details of this set here)

Lego Star Wars 75384 The Crimson Firehawk box back ship with minifigures, market, and accessories
Lego Star Wars 75384 The Crimson Firehawk box back

Which 2024 leaked Star Wars set are you most excited about seeing this year? Leave a comment below and let me know!

This page will be updated with upcoming new LEGO Star Wars set launch info as soon as new information leaks, so check back often for updates.

Thanks for reading!


30 thoughts on “All 2024 LEGO Star Wars Leaks, Rumors, and Upcoming New Sets”

  1. Well then, there is a god!
    P.S. Referring to these wonderful add-on minifigs.
    P.P.S. That moment when it hits you that the kama will be printed. 🙁

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  2. Given that we got the at-te 2022(Cody), gunship(Fox), and Venator 2023(Rex), it would make sense that Lego did a dropship and at-ot (seperate) in 2024. These would have minifigs like Wolffe and Gregor. Dropship also compatible with at-te.
    Also, I would’nt be suprised to see an Anakin or Plo-Koon starfighter, similar to the Obi-wan and Yoda ones from the past two years.

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    • I would definitely expect another named clone like Wolffe, but I’m a bit unsure about Gregor. I just don’t think he was a big enough character, at least in The Clone Wars show. Commander Gree, on the other hand, was in Revenge of the Sith and in four Clone Wars episodes, so I think he’s more likely than Gregor. But I agree, I expect that we will get more clone commanders and Republic ships/tanks soon, hopefully…

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      • I definitely agree. Gregor isn’t huge, but the Gree on the Castaways clone panel is the one released in the 2016 Turbo Tank. Most likely though, we’ll get Wolfe and Rex (smaller set) for 2024. Also, where do you find these leaks? I want to find some of these! Also, worth mentioning as a possibility, one of those single-bridge Venators with Clone Wars jedi generals…

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