Official Animal Crossing Lego sets have finally been unveiled, and guess what, they are really adorable and Lego fans really cannot wait to get their hands on them. That said, you should be prepared to be spending some racks in getting your hands on this very adorable piece.
Official Animal Crossing Lego Sets Unveiled
Five Animal Crossing Lego sets following up from the official announcement made in the previous week have now been revealed, and they are just as cute and adorable as you would normally expect them to be.
Over on the Lego website, each of the five sets that have been revealed can now be viewed in detail and some of them are bigger than others, and they are all priced differently too, just so you know. They are all inclusive of at least one Animal Crossing minifigure as well as some accessories.
The First and Cheapest Set
The cheapest of the whole bunch as you should know is Julian’s Birthday Party. For those that don’t know, this is a 170-piece set that is inclusive of Julian the unicorn, with a bunch of birthday-themed items (which is inclusive of balloons, a cake, presents as well as a party hat), as well as a cute little scene with a cherry blossom tree and then bunting. This one in question will cost users $14.99 / £12.99.
The Second Set
The next one of the bunch is Bunnie’s Outdoor Activities. The 164-piece set in question features Bunnie the rabbit, an outdoor scene with a couple of cliffs, a waterfall, trees as well as foliage. You should also know that it comes with a tent and some Animal Crossing tools, that is inclusive of the bug net, vaulting pole, and shovel. This set in question will cost buyers $19.99 / £17.99.
The Third Set
The third-largest set of the collection is Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour at 233 pieces. Reportedly starring Kapp’n himself in his boat, and Marshal, the ever-popular smug squirrel villager, this unbelievable set is inclusive of a beach scene with palm trees, bamboo, a dock, beach chairs, and then a parasol (as well as a couple of sea creatures), for the set price of $29.99 / £24.99.
The Fourth Set
Very much larger still is Isabelle’s House Visit, at an impressive 389 pieces. This in question is inclusive of an iconic Animal Crossing house (which is complete with an interior and mailbox), as well as a cherry tree, tools, workbench, and then present balloon, not to even make mention of the sweet secretary dog Isabelle herself, and lastly, Fauna the deer. This one in question will cost buyers $39.99 / £34.99.
The Fifth and Biggest Set
Finally, Nook’s Cranny & Rosie’s House is the largest of the bunch standing at 535 pieces, as well as a much expected higher price tag of $74.99 / £64.99. And just as the name would suggest, mini-figures of Rosie the cat villager and Tom Nook are all-inclusive, along with builds for a home as well as the Nook’s Cranny shop. Accessories for the interiors are inclusive of a shopping till and stock shelves, a bag of Bells (the main currency of Animal Crossing), a bed, and then a radio. For the exteriors on the other hand, a parasol, table, and chairs are all included, as well as a bike, orange tree, drop-off box, and lastly, a notice board.
All five of these sets mentioned above are expected to be released in March 2024.
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