All 2025 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 2025. Check back often for updates.

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All New 2025 LEGO Star Wars Sets

Even though the new year is still months away, leaks for new 2025 LEGO Star Wars sets are already starting to heat up! I’ll update this page continuously as new information comes out, but for now here is what we know about new 2025 sets.

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 current 2024 launches? I dive into all the 2024 LEGO Star Wars releases in this post, including specs, my thoughts, and additional pictures).

All 2025 Winter (January) Wave Releases:

Set NameSet DetailsRelease Date
75401 Ahsoka Tano’s Jedi Interceptor$44.99 / 290 pieces1 Jan 2025
75402 ARC-170 Starfighter$69.99 / 497 pieces1 Jan 2025
75403 Buildable Grogu & Pram$99.99 / 1,048 pieces1 Jan 2025
75404 (18+) Midi-scale Acclamator$49.99 / 450 pieces1 Jan 2025
75405 (18+) Midi-scale Home One$69.99 / 559 pieces1 Jan 2025
75410 (4+) Din Djarin’s N-1 Starfighter$29.99 / 92 pieces1 Jan 2025

75401 Ahsoka Tano’s Jedi Interceptor

Ahsoka Tano's Jedi Interceptor

During the Clone Wars, Ahsoka flew a red Jedi Interceptor. If you want to be super nerdy, the exact model was an Eta-2 Actis-class Interceptor, along with her trusty lime and maroon colored Astomech R7-A7 Droid.

Latest rumors are pointing towards a January 2025 release of this classic Clone Wars-era ship, featuring 290 pieces for $44.99.

I’m expecting a new teenager Ahsoka minifigure for the ship, accompanied of course by R7-A7. Glad to see that LEGO are continuing to release Clone Wars sets! They’ve heard the fans requests loud and clear!

Ahsoka's R7-A7 Astromech Droid
Ahsoka Tano's Jedi Interceptor

75402 ARC-170 Starfighter

ARC-170 Starfighter

Yes!! Finally!! I’ve been waiting for a new ARC-170 Starfighter for YEARS! 2025 is shaping up to be a great year for LEGO Star Wars, just based on these first few leaks so far.

The ARC-170 (also known as the Aggressive ReConnaissance-170 Starfighter), was mainly used by the Republic during the Clone Wars, and was eventually phased out to make way for the TIE Fighter during the later years of the Empire.

I’m not sure about minifigure count yet for this one, but I’m definitely expecting a newly designed Clone Pilot, and at least a few other figures to accompany.

Expect this one to launch on Jan 2025 for $69.99 with 497 pieces. Can’t wait! Prediction – this one is going to absolutely FLY off of shelves when it launches…

Lego 8088 ARC-170 Starfighter from 2010
Why the hype? Well, the latest version was released almost 15 years ago way back in 2010 – still available on Amazon and eBay if you’re willing to pay for a piece of history!

75403 Buildable Grogu & Pram

Grogu in his Pram

2025 is bringing another Mandalorian-themed set our way – this time in the form of a buildable Grogu (baby Yoda) in his hover pram.

Expecting this one to cost $99.99 and contain 1,048 pieces.

75404 (18+) Midi-scale Acclamator


The Clone Wars sets continue!! Next up – an 18+ midi-scale Acclamator. This will no doubt be part of the very popular Starship Collection that LEGO released last year, continuing the range of classic Star Wars ships in a scaled down format on black display plaques.

For those who might be unfamiliar, the Acclamator class of ships was mainly used as a heavy troop transport on the Clone Wars, and similar to the Venator-class, was an early predecessor to the Imperial Star Destroyer.

Here’s how the Acclamator compares to the Venator in size:

Acclamator vs Venator size comparison
Acclamator vs Venator size comparison

Since the midi-scale Acclamator is rumored to only cost $49.99 with 450 pieces, I’m expecting a similar size to 2024’s midi-scale Invisible Hand. Hopefully LEGO also decides to make a midi-scale Venator in the coming years, as the only one available at the moment is the massive 5,000+ piece UCS Venator.

Stay tuned for more LEGO Star Wars leaks! Watch this page for updates as new sets and news is released about upcoming 2025 sets.

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