LEGO Minecraft Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

LEGO teaming up with Minecraft is truly a match made in heaven. Both brands are based on combining tiny small blocks to create large landscapes limited only by the imagination of the builder. Today brings us the the first leaked image of the official LEGO Minecraft collection, and it’s everything we imagined.

We heard rumors earlier in the year that the two companies would be teaming up, and while we do have to wait for the November release date – we do get a taste of what’s to come today. There are 6 playsets within the collaboration, all of which have been posted to Russian LEGO store franchise Mir Kubikov ahead of its official release. The sets include Mine, Dragon Edge, Workbench, First Night, Farm and Cave. And of course what LEGO set would be complete without a series of minifigures to go along? Expect all of these to hit retailers in time for the holiday season.

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