Star Wars Jedi: LEGO Game Fallen Order Filtered

JEDI: FALLEN ORDER TRAILER (IN LEGO STOPMOTION)
During the last 20 years, Lego has offered a lot of sets based on Star Wars movies and TV shows, but it seems that a set based on a videogame could be on the way! Specifically, a Lego news blog based in Germany called Promobricks has apparently discovered a set based on BD-1 of Star Wars Jedi: Last order. The set will have 1,062 pieces in total, offering a large model based on the droid, along with a BD-1 minifig and a data plate. The new set will be similar to The Mandalorian Child Set 75318. That set also presented a large character construction with a minifig, a data plate and a similar pieces count.

As with any filtration or rumor, until we obtain the official confirmation of Lego, readers must take all this information with caution. That said, Promobricks affirms that the set will be sent in August, so it is likely that we see some kind of official revelation in the near future. Little more than two months away for May 4, so we could see an official revelation that day, or possibly before.

Launched in 2019, Star Wars Jedi: Last order debuted with strong criticism. Set between _venganza of the Sith and _ A new hope_, the game focuses on a series of original characters, including the protagonist Cal Kestis. The game also presented the Droid BD-1. BD-1 quickly demonstrated being one of the most attractive newcomers of the game, so it makes sense that Lego decides to offer a set based on the droid. It is expected that lime and the droid companion of him return in the sequel to jedi: Falling order But the Developer Respawn Entertainment has not offered specific details about the game at this time.

_Star Wars Jedi: Last order is currently available at PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Google Stadia and Microsoft Windows. You can check all our previous game coverage here.

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