Rumored 2024 LEGO Star Wars Sets Feature ‘Skeleton Crew,’ Tantive IV Boarding Diorama, Collector’s Series TIE Interceptor, & More

Brit Tuttle

Rumored 2024 LEGO Star Wars Sets Feature ‘Skeleton Crew,’ Tantive IV Boarding Diorama, Collector’s Series TIE Interceptor, & More

Many upcoming LEGO Star Wars sets planned for release in 2024 have leaked, according to Falconbricks on Instagram.

LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Series TIE Interceptor – $239.99

LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector's Set TIE Interceptor

This TIE Interceptor build will be a part of the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Series for May the 4th in 2024, and is scheduled to release just a few days before on May 1. The set will cost $239.99.

Crimson Firehawk – $49.99

LEGO Star Wars Crimson Firehawk

The Crimson Firehawk from “Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures” is rumored to be released on January 1, 2024. The starship is priced at $49.99 and is comprised of approximately 136 pieces.

Buildable Droideka – $59.99

LEGO Star Wars Buildable Droideka

This set, also releasing on May 1, 2024, will allow builders to craft their own Droideka, also known as a destroyer droid. These were a type of battle droid used by the Trade Federation during the Invasion of Naboo, and by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars. This set is priced at $59.99.

Buildable R2-D2 – $99.99

LEGO Star Wars Buildable R2-D2

Who hasn’t ever wanted their own R2-D2? With this build, you can make your own! Set to release on March 1, 2024, this set will cost $99.99.

Tantive IV Boarding Diorama – $49.99

LEGO Star Wars Tantive IV Boarding Diorama

Who could forget the iconic moment when Darth Vader boarded the Tantive IV in “Star Wars: A New Hope”? You’ll be able to recreate that scene when this diorama set releases next year on March 1. The full build will cost $49.99.

Boonta Eve Podrace Diorama – $69.99

LEGO Star Wars Boonta Eve Podrace Diorama

The annual podracing event on Tatooine can come to life with this diorama set, releasing on May 1, 2024. Priced at $69.99, this build will definitely make you want to say, “Now this is podracing!”

Grogu’s Escape – $29.99

LEGO Star Wars Grogu's Escape

While details on this set are scarce, it is plausible that this set is referring to Grogu escaping Order 66, as it was depicted in season three of “The Mandalorian” on Disney+

This set will also release on May 1, 2024, and will cost $29.99.

Midi-Scale Tantive IV – $69.99

LEGO Star Wars Midi-Scale Tantive IV

Midi-scale sets are sets sized between miniature and minifigure scale. As a result, these sets normally do not include minifigures. This set of the Tantive IV, Princess Leia’s personal starship, will release on March 1, 2024 and cost $69.99.

Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon – $79.99

LEGO Star Wars Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon

Another midi-scale set is scheduled for 2024. This build of the Millennium Falcon will release next year on March 1, and is priced at $79.99.

Skeleton Crew Ship – $139.99

LEGO Star Wars Skeleton Crew Ship

Are you excited for the premiere of “Star Wars: Skeleton Crew” later this year? You’ll be able to build the titular crew’s ship when this set releases next year on January 1. The set will include approximately 1,325 pieces, and is priced at $139.99.

Clones vs. Droids Battlepack – $29.99

LEGO Star Wars Clones vs. Droids Battlepack

Stage your own epic battles with this Clones vs. Droids Battlepack. Complete with 10 minifigures including Clones, Battle Droids, and Super Battle Droids, plus approximately 215 pieces in the set overall, your battlefield is sure to be packed.

This set releases on January 1, 2024, and is priced at $29.99.

Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama – $40 (estimation)

LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Holiday Diorama

Fans of the 2020 “The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special” will be excited to hear about this diorama set. Featuring minifigures of Rey, Chewbacca, Finn, and BB-8, all in their holiday sweaters, this set is scheduled to release on October 1.

No release year for this set was shared, unlike other leaks provided by Falconbricks, so it’s possible this set will come out in 2023 instead. No pricing has leaked, either, but the set is estimated to cost around $40.

What do you think of all these leaked Star Wars LEGO sets? Are you excited to watch “Ahsoka” and “Skeleton Key” when they premiere on Disney+? Let us know in the comments.

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