LEGO has opened up a new page on its company website—LEGO Overwatch.
There’s not much on the site right now, just the two logos with the text, “Let’s get this moving!” and a promise of the sets “coming soon.” Blizzard officially confirmed a partnership with LEGO in late May, but there’s been no update since then.
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LEGO is expected to release a few different Overwatch building sets “across various price points,” according to the earlier press release.
A timeline for the LEGO Overwatch set was not given, but a report from LEGO site Brick Fanatics suggested the line could launch as early as January 2019 with “six traditional minifigure sets, along with a support range of minifigure-focused packs with key accessories.” Brick Fanatics also reported the LEGO Overwatch release will tie-into an Overwatch television series, though all of this information remains unconfirmed.
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Activision-Blizzard has not responded to Dot Esports request for comment by publication time.
Alongside the LEGO products, Activision-Blizzard has also partnered up with Hasbro to produce a line of Overwatch Nerf blasters. The Overwatch Twitter account has been spilling details, showcasing replicas of Reaper’s Hellfire Shotgun and D.Va’s pistol. The Nerf line is expected to launch in 2019.
Until then, Overwatch fans will have to keep making their own LEGO creations using generic bricks. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of LEGO Overwatch tutorials out there, including a guide to creating D.Va’s mech.