We already knew Lego Animal Crossing sets were on their way, and Lego officially teased them late last week. Now, we know exactly what those sets are. There are five altogether, ranging in price from £12.99 to £64.99. And, well, we’re absolutely going to want them all.
What’s particularly cool about the range of Lego Animal Crossing sets is that they’re designed with customisation in mind. Each set stands perfectly by itself, but if you combine them, you can set them up in your own formation, creating your own physical Animal Crossing village. Lego also says that elements of the sets can also be chopped and changed as you see fit. Fancy switching the windows and doors out from one building into another? You can, and it’s supposedly easier than ever.
Our favourite thing about this range, though, might just be the minifigures. They perfectly capture the animals of Nintendo’s adorable game series, featuring molded heads for each character.
Read on for a glimpse at each of the five sets. They’re coming to stores on 1st March 2024.
Lego Animal Crossing Nook’s Cranny and Rosie’s House (77050)
- RRP £64.99
- 535 pieces
- Two minifigures: Tom Nook and Rosie
This is the biggest (and arguably best) of all the upcoming Lego Animal Crossing sets. It comes with two buildings: the iconic Tom’s Nook store, and Rosie the cat’s house. Both buildings have internal details seen when you turn them around.
Bunnie’s Outdoor Activities (77047)
- RRP £17.99
- 164 pieces
- One minifigure: Bunnie
This is one of the smaller sets in the Lego Animal Crossing range, but it’s no less iconic. We all instantly recognise that little yellow tent, and the scenery surrounding it is just delightful. We love the box of tools, too – they’re absolutely essential for any Animal Crossing resident!
Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour (77048)
- RRP £24.99
- 233 pieces
- Two minifigures: Kapp’n the Turtle and Marshal the Squirrel
The focal point of this set is, of course, the little boat. An absolute essential for Animal Crossing island life. We love the palm trees, too, as well as the cute parasol and beach chairs set-up.
Isabelle’s House Visit (77049)
- RRP £34.99
- 389 pieces
- Two minifigures: Isabelle and Fauna
Confusingly, this isn’t Isabelle’s house. It’s Fauna’s house – and Isabelle is doing the visiting. It doesn’t really matter, though, because it’s an absolutely adorable little house. And as long as we get an Isabelle minifigure, we don’t really care who or where she’s visiting.
Julian’s Birthday Party (77046)
- RRP £12.99
- 170 pieces
- One minifigure: Julian the horse
Julian’s Birthday Party is the smallest and cheapest of all the Animal Crossing sets – but it’s also one of the most colourful. We adore the pink tree and the celebration bunting. And the balloons. Heck, we adore it all.
This article was originally published on our sister site, GameSpew.com.