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Animal Crossing Lego set names and prices have been leaked

The details of the first five Lego Animal Crossing sets have been leaked.

Nintendo officially announced last week that Lego sets based on its Animal Crossing series are on the way, confirming rumours from earlier in the year.

However, no further information was provided at the time, and the Lego website’s Animal Crossing page simply says more details are to follow.

These details have now been provided by the Lego leaking community, however. Lego leaker maxbautede leaked the names of the sets on Instagram, after which Lego fan account 1414falconfan applied these to the previously leaked set numbers to get the full details.

These were then verified by Lego leaker exabrickslegogo_, who had previously revealed the Animal Crossing tie-in in the first place.

According to the leakers, the full details for each set are as follows:

  • 77046 – Julian’s Birthday Party – $15.99 (170 pieces)
  • 77047 – Bunnie’s Outdoor Adventures – $19.99 (164 pieces)
  • 77048 – Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour – $29.99 (233 pieces)
  • 77049 – Isabelle’s House Visit – $39.99 (389 pieces)
  • 77050 – Nook’s Cranny & Rosie’s House – $74.99 (535 pieces)

All five sets will reportedly be released on March 1, 2024, and will be built on modular plates which users can arrange in any order they like to create their own island.

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Lego has seen success with its Super Mario line of Lego playsets, as well as its more advanced Lego builds including its Lego NES, Mario Question Block and Bowser sets. Its latest, due in November, is a Lego Piranha Plant.

It’s also released sets for other video game franchises, including Horizon Forbidden West, the Atari 2600 and Pac-Man.

A range based on Sonic the Hedgehog was released in August, and over 100 Lego sets based on Minecraft have been released since the first in 2012.