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LEGO Star Wars 2024 sets: Huge Battlepack, Podrace, Tantive IV & more

Jul 31, 2023
24 Comments LEGO Star Wars 2024 sets preview

We're barely finished with new LEGO set info for 2023 and the rumor mill is already off to next year! Today we have first information about new LEGO sets for 2024.

To be more precise, about the LEGO Star Wars sets for the first half of 2024! In the first half of 2024 a total of 17 new LEGO Star Wars sets will be coming out. Thanks to Promobricks we now have initial information on 11 of these sets and know what they'll be about.

Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack (75372)

Star Wars Super Battle Droids

Like almost every year, there will be a new LEGO Star Wars Battlepack in January 2024. Similar to the 501st Battlepack of 2021, this one will be a little larger than normal size and will cost $29.99 instead of the usual $19.99.

However, there are also correspondingly more figures in it. The set is said to include 9 Minifigures! Among these will be both normal Battle Droids and also Super Battle Droids.

In addition, as the name of the set already reveals, there will be a few clones as opponents. The legion of clones and the distribution of the figures is not yet known. The set will consist of 215 pieces.

  • Name: Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack
  • Set Number: 75372
  • Release: January 1st
  • Price: $29.99
  • Pieces: 215
  • Minifigures: 9

Skeleton Crew Ship (75374)

Star Wars Skeleton Crew Ship

Matching the new Star Wars series Skeleton Crew, which will be released around new year, there will also be a new LEGO set in 2024. With the ship of the crew we'll be getting another larger size Star Wars spaceship, probably in Minifigure scale. This one will consist of 1325 bricks and cost $139.99.

Update: The set has been delayed and will now be released on June 1st.

  • Name: Skeleton Crew Ship
  • Set Number: 75374
  • Release: June 1st
  • Price: $139.99
  • Pieces: 1325
  • Minifigures: ?

Midi-scale Millenium Falcon (75375)

LEGO Star Wars Millenium Falcon

In March 2024 the line of sets will be continued with 2 new midi-scale spaceships as the successors to the Executor set from 2023. The first of these 2 sets is a new Millenium Falcon. This one will hit the shelves at a price of $79.99.

  • Name: Millenium Falcon
  • Set Number: 75375
  • Release: March 1st
  • Price: $79.99
  • Pieces: 921
  • Minifigures: ?

Midi-scale Tantive IV (75376)

LEGO Star Wars Tantive IV

In addition to the Millenium Falcon, a midi-scale Tantive IV will be coming out on March 1st. This set is said to be priced at $69.99. As with the Millenium Falcon, unfortunately further details about this set aren't yet known.

  • Name: Tantive IV
  • Set Number: 75376
  • Release: March 1st
  • Price: $69.99
  • Pieces: 654
  • Minifigures: ?

BARC Speeder Escape (75378)

Star Wars The Mandalorian Grogus Escape

There will also be another new set based The Mandalorian next year. For $29.99 Grogu's escape from the Jedi temple during order 66 will be released as a LEGO set on May 1st.

The Minfigures included aren't yet known. However we speculate that Grogu, his savior Kelleran Beq and some clones could be included.

  • Name: BARC Speeder Escape
  • Set Number: 75378
  • Release: May 1st
  • Price: $29.99
  • Pieces: 221
  • Minifigures: ?

Buildable R2-D2 (75379)

LEGO Star Wars UCS R2-D2

Also going on sale next year are two new buildable Star Wars droids. Among them, who would have thought it, also R2-D2. However, he'll now come out as a smaller version compared to the UCS edition, which is primarily aimed at adults. Accordingly, at $99.99, it will only be half the price. The set will be released on March 1st.

  • Name: R2-D2
  • Set Number: 75379
  • Release: March 1st
  • Price: $99.99
  • Pieces: 1050
  • Minifigures: ?

Buildable Droideka (75381)

Star Wars Droidekas

For the 25th anniversary of Star Wars Episode I, the second buildable droid coming out in 2024 will be a LEGO Droideka. This one will be released two months later than R2, on May 1st and will cost $59.99.

  • Name: Droideka
  • Set Number: 75381
  • Release: May 1st
  • Price: $59.99
  • Pieces: 583
  • Minifigures: ?

Boonta Eve Podrace Diorama (75380)

Star Wars Boonta Eve Podrace

Also on the occasion of the anniversary of Episode I, a diorama of the Boonta Eve Podrace will be released on May 1st 2024. This one will hit store shelves for $69.99.

Although further details about the set are still missing, we assume that Anakin and possibly also Sebulba's podracer will be part of it.

  • Name: Boonta Eve Podrace Diorama
  • Set Number: 75380
  • Release: May 1st
  • Price: $69.99
  • Pieces: 718
  • Minifigures: ?

Crimson Firehawk (75384)

Star Wars Crimson Firehawk

With the Crimson Firehawk, a new ship from the Young Jedi Adventures series will be released as a LEGO set on January 1st. The set will contain 136 bricks and will cost $49.99. Considering the price per piece ratio, this one is likely to be a 4+ set.

  • Name: Crimson Firehawk
  • Set Number: 75384
  • Release: January 1st
  • Price: $49.99
  • Pieces: 138
  • Minifigures: ?

Tantive IV Boarding Hallway (75387)

Star Wars Tantive IV boarding

Matching the new midi-scale Tantive IV, another LEGO Star Wars diorama is coming out in March 2024. The set depicts the boarding scene from Episode IV, in which Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers enter the ship.

The set will cost $49.99, making it the cheapest diorama set. Although there's no information about the sets Minfigures yet, Darth Vader, a few stormtroopers and rebel troopers could probably be included.

  • Name: Tantive IV Boarding Hallway
  • Set Number: 75387
  • Release: March 1st
  • Price: $49.99
  • Pieces: 502
  • Minifigures: ?

What are your thoughts of the new Star Wars sets? Which ones are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments!

GLEGOJun 4 2024, 5:04

These sets already released and for the most part there amazing!

DoDanDoApr 28 2024, 21:54

wow i hope they come out with another death star

THE FIVESMar 22 2024, 23:18

ALL of these came out

RexMar 7 2024, 9:52

Wonder if they'll make Jedi Survivor set?!!

The clone guyFeb 2 2024, 9:14

im pretty sure the BARC Speeder comes with Kelleran Beck, Grogu and two P2 Clones (Unknown Battalion))

FolexJan 16 2024, 16:50

As far I know it the the 75387 Tantive IV Boarding Diorama will be Darth Vader, 2 Storm Troopers, Captain Antilles, 2 Rebel Troopers and Arc Trooper Fives

Squach91Jan 12 2024, 21:50

Sets with no Rey Palatine ever again?

matheus zacaroniJan 2 2024, 9:36

what about captain rex microfighters?

APDec 18 2023, 21:37

Nien Nunb with the Falcon?

MonkeyDec 18 2023, 18:32

Excited about the new sets

Captain RexDec 4 2023, 18:40

Would love to see a cheaper rex in say a 40-60 dollar set instead of gatekeeping it in the venator

extremeNov 29 2023, 1:07

the new battlepack is so good for army building

MeJan 23 2024, 23:37

Which one

noiceNov 27 2023, 23:49


jdeoviuweodriSep 7 2023, 21:31


JAHAug 2 2023, 16:40

.... Tantive IV😉

meaterbeaterSep 1 2023, 11:53

but wouldnt the tantive look like a clone of the dark trooper attack set

NadielAug 2 2023, 14:08

can't wait for the droid vs clone battle pack bro lol

Another GuyAug 18 2023, 13:50


PorgmastersithAug 1 2023, 16:23

Good soilders follow orders so execute order66

BrickDrunkAug 1 2023, 14:37

This is where the fun begins! 😏

CCAug 1 2023, 12:41

No helmets?

Falconbricks logo badgeFalconbricksAug 1 2023, 14:18

According to the current information we don't know about any new ones so far. But there are still 5 set numbers left (75373, 75377, 75383, 75385 and 75386) that we don't yet know what they'll be. So there still could be new helmets releasing under one or more of these numbers.

Another GuySep 8 2023, 20:08

Helmets are being discontinued

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