With a range of video game sets over the last couple of years, Lego has been dipping its toes into the gaming world. During that time, numerous various Mario sets, as well as Sonic the Hedgehog, another well-known video game mascot, were released.
Even if it wasn’t the most anticipated cooperation, the unveiling of a Lego Tallneck set from Horizon Zero Dawn was a wonderful surprise.
Now it appears that Lego is preparing to introduce a new set based on The Legend of Zelda, another well-known Nintendo intellectual property. In a recent leak from respected Lego insider PromoBricks (thanks to Gamepur), a 2-in-1 Great Deku Tree set that can be assembled to resemble the tree from either Ocarina of Time or Breath of the Wild is included, along with a Minifigure of Link from both games, in a marketing survey given to a small group of Lego fans.
The tree will rest on a black base, and the complete set will be made up of just around 2,000 pieces, so it should be a rather large construction as well. That means a large set will cost a similarly large amount, as regular Lego customers are already familiar with. The set is anticipated to cost between $200 and $325. However, PromoBricks believes it will be closer to the lower end of the range.
It’s important to note that none of this has been confirmed as of yet, despite the fact that PromoBricks is a reputable source for Lego leaks of this nature. Additionally, it stated that five new Lego sets featuring Sonic the Hedgehog, each differing in size and cost, would be available later this summer.
It makes logical for sets based on other well-known brands to ultimately release, given that Lego currently has a deal with Nintendo, but all you Zelda lovers out there might not want to get your hopes up too high just in case things don’t work out.