More LEGO Overwatch sets revealed via Target, neither LEGO nor Blizzard confirm

So, following a short-lived tease of the result of LEGO’s new partnership with Activision Blizzard for the first in a line of Overwatch sets, the full line up has been unofficially unveiled.

A range of small recreations of a few of the maps as well as some larger structures and non-minifigure versions of a few heroes have been leaked, firstly via the YouTuber Ninja Whip and then followed by a number of others who discovered them on Target’s official website.

As it stands, and if the leak is to be believed, the LEGO Overwatch sets have found their retail home and are scheduled to hit shelves from January 2019.

The prices range from $14.99 to $89.99, however, neither LEGO nor Blizzard have acknowledged these leaks.

The images depict Tracer and Widowmaker set as the smallest and cheapest. It’s 129 pieces and features both Damage heroes fighting over the payload on Watchpoint: Gibralter. The leak indicates that it will be $14.99.

Genji and Hanzo have a similar setup on the second capture point on the map Hanamura. It looks to be lightly recreating the scene from the related “Dragons” animated short and features the two brothers as and one of the guards from said short. According to the leak, this LEGO set will be 197 pieces and $19.99.

Reaper, McCree, and Soldier 76 all join together on the payload for Dorado. The set has a small bit of the map along with it, which explains its $29.99 price point and 419 pieces.

Similar to the Bastion set on Blizzard’s store, D.Va and Reinhardt will also be getting their own buildable structures instead of minifigures. The Tank duo come together in a 455-piece set for $39.99.

The tank Bastion is getting another LEGO set. It’s a lot bigger than the other Bastion set, as it’s 602 pieces and $49.99. This vanilla one can sit next to your smaller 182-piece Omnic Crisis Bastion.

The final Overwatch LEGO set in this wave is the most expensive and expansive. The set includes the spaceship from the end of the Watchpoint: Gibralter map with Pharah, Mercy, Reaper, and Winston. This 730-piece set is $89.99.

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