×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Lego’s Overwatch Line Leaks On Target’s Registry App

The first images of Lego’s full line of “Overwatch” sets have leaked online.

While the the official LegoOverwatch” website still only offers a splash page stating more information is “coming soon”, fan-site The Brick Fan (via the Overwatch subreddit) spotted the images on Target’s registry app.

There are several sets scheduled to release, comprising of both minifigs – some of which include small-scale locations, such as Hanzo and Genji’s Hanamura showdown – and more complex sets, like Watchpoint: Gibraltar.

Characters include Tracer, Widowmaker, Hanzo, Genji, Soldier 76, Reaper, McCree, D.Va, Reinhardt, Mercy, Winston, Pharah, Reaper, and an impressive, brick-built Bastion. You can see all of the images here.

The Bastion set differs from the previously announced Omnic Bastion, which is already available to order via the Blizzard Gear Store. That Blizzard-exclusive model features the mechanical hero Bastion outfitted in the Omnic Crisis skin, complete with a swiveling upper body and moveable arms.

As yet, there’s no confirmation of release date, but the sets reportedly cost between $15 to $90.

The “Overwatch” Halloween Terror 2018 season event commenced on Oct. 9. Blizzard has announced two lines of Halloween costumes; the Spirit Overwatch Halloween costumes include Soldier: 76, Mercy, Reaper, or D.Va, whilst the Disguise Overwatch Halloween costumes include Tracer, Genji, and Soldier: 76, as well as Genji’s sword and Soldier: 76’s Pulse Blaster.

More Digital

  • BTF Media, Vince Gerardis Pact Sign

    NATPE: BTF Media, Vince Gerardis Pact for Six Projects (EXCLUSIVE)

    MIAMI — BTF Media, producer of breakout series “Hasta Que te Conocí” and “El Secreto de Selena,” is teaming with Vince Gerardis, a co-executive producer with George Martin on “Game of Thrones,” on a six-project co-production alliance. Spearheaded at BTF Media by founder-partner Ricardo Coeto, the agreement takes in the development and co-production of the [...]

  • Bob Bakish Variety Cover Story

    Viacom Has Acquired Pluto TV Streaming Service for $340M

    Viacom has acquired Los Angeles-based video streaming service Pluto TV for $340 million in cash, both companies confirmed Tuesday. “Today marks an important step forward in Viacom’s evolution, as we work to move both our company and the industry forward,” said Viacom CEO Bob Bakish in a statement. “Pluto TV’s unique and market-leading product, combined [...]

  • Bob PittmanVariety Entertainment Summit at CES,

    iHeartMedia Bankruptcy Plan Approved, CEO Bob Pittman's Contract Renewed

    A U.S. court has approved the bankruptcy plan of iHeartMedia, the biggest radio broadcaster in the U.S., which will shave down its crushing debt load and separate iHeartMedia from Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings. The company said chairman and CEO Bob Pittman and Rich Bressler, president, COO and CFO, have extended their contracts by four years. [...]

  • Instagram Logo

    Netflix Lets iOS Users Share Movies, Shows to Instagram Stories

    Netflix is tapping into Instagram Stories for some word-of-mouth promotion: The streaming video service rolled out a new Instagram integration Tuesday that allows iOS users to share their favorite movies and TV shows via Stories. To do so, users simply select the title of their choice within the Netflix iOS app, and then share it [...]

  • Brian Lockhart - ESPN+

    ESPN Hires NFL Media's Brian Lockhart to Head ESPN+ Original Content

    ESPN recruited Brian Lockhart, who has spent more than a decade at NFL Media, as executive producer of original content for the ESPN+ subscription-streaming service. Lockhart will oversee strategy and development for all ESPN+ original programming initiatives, including new projects as well as existing shows such as “Detail,” “More Than an Athlete,” “The Board Room,” [...]

  • Roma

    Netflix Joins the Motion Picture Association of America

    UPDATED WASHINGTON — Netflix has joined the Motion Picture Association of America, a move that reflects its evolution as a major player in the movie business. The MPAA currently has six major studios as members, and it collected about $38 million in membership dues in 2017, according to its most recent filing with the IRS. [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content