More LEGO Minecraft BrickHeadz, following the first two in 2018, and six more models due to arrive in 2023.
LEGO Minecraft is reportedly back for 2023 with a new range of sets spanning multiple themes. In 2018, 41612 Steve & Creeper was released, bringing Minecraft’s block-based design to the BrickHeadz style. Price comparison site brickmerge has added a trio of announcements suggesting that the two themes will intersect once more in 2023.
Alex, a llama, and a zombie could join Steve and the Creeper in BrickHeadz form according to the listings. While these have yet to be confirmed by The LEGO Group, six other listings report LEGO Minecraft sets with similar naming conventions to current minifigure-scale models. Note that these names have been translated.
Here’s everything to expect from LEGO Minecraft in 2023, according to brickmerge, so take it as a guide rather than an official confirmation:
|Set name||Price||Rooms||Release date|
|21240 Swamp Adventure||€9.99||65||January 2023|
|21241 The bee house||€19.99||To confirm||January 2023|
|21242 The Arena of the End||€24.99||To confirm||January 2023|
|21243 Frozen Peaks||€34.99||To confirm||January 2023|
|21244 Sword Outpost||€44.99||To confirm||January 2023|
|21245 The Panda House||€49.99||To confirm||January 2023|
|40624 Alex||To confirm||86||2023|
|40625 Llama||To confirm||100||2023|
|40626 zombie||To confirm||81||2023|
40624 Alex, 40625 Llama and 40626, with an unconfirmed name, were previously on the official online store along with 21420 The Swamp Adventure, so we know that at least these sets will arrive in 2023.
It’s worth pointing out that a new Minecraft game will be released next year, so it could serve as inspiration for future models, as we’ve seen previously with Minecraft Dungeons and Minecraft Earth.
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