Lego and Nintendo finally revealed more details on the Lego Animal Crossing collaboration first teased next week. We got a look at five distinct Lego sets that can fit together and even know when they’ll hit store shelves.
Unlike the Super Mario Bros. collaboration, these are five Lego sets with an Animal Crossing theme. First, there’s the 389-piece Isabelle’s House Visit set ($40), which comes with Isabelle and Fauna and lets players build Fauna’s house, craft tools, and pop the balloon present. The Julian’s Birthday Party set has 170 pieces, costs $15, and it comes with the titular character, whom people can build a birthday party for using the pieces. There’s also the $20, 164-piece Bunnie’s Outdoor Activities set, which comes with its titular character, a tent, and a river that feeds into a cliff and waterfall.
Those looking for something a bit more complex might want to go for the Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour set, which costs $30, comes with 233 pieces, includes figures for Kapp’n and Marshal, and lets players build Kapp’n’s boat and a tropical island setting. Finally, the most complex of these initial sets is the 535-piece Nook’s Cranny & Rosies House. Priced at $75, this set comes with Toom Nook and Rosie and lets people build the series’ iconic store and Rosie’s house.
All of these sets are fairly distinct from each other, but the press release revealing them confirms that the sets can all be connected together, letting people build one big Lego Animal Crossing village or island. That will be possible when all of these sets hit store shelves at the same time on March 1, 2024.
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