Even though the game has been out for more than two years, Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch just keeps getting bigger and bigger. They’ve already made stop-motion videos and Nerf guns, so it was only a matter of time before the massive franchise moved on to everyone’s favorite building toy: LEGO.
To complement the small-scale Bastion set, which was sold earlier this year, LEGO and Blizzard are introducing six new LEGO sets, four of which come with LEGO-sized accessories based on some of the game’s most iconic levels.
Take this Tracer/Widowmaker LEGO set, which has 129 pieces and comes with an immovable payload. While Tracer has her iconic dual pistols and a blinking light, Widowmaker comes with a sniper rifle three times bigger than her hands. While the payload itself won’t move on its own (just like in-game), it does have a small seat where you can plop a single LEGO Minifigure into.
Here we have a 197-piece set featuring the Shamada brothers, Genji and Hanzo, and a security guard on the last point of the Hanamura level. If you haven’t seen the animated short taking place in Hanamura, you totally should, as it showcases the Japanese architecture in the set as well as Genji and Hanzo’s penchant for getting into fights with a sword, shuriken, and bow respectively.
The 419-piece Dorado set with Soldier:76, McCree, and Reaper seems to be the most action-packed set of the bunch, as it comes with a floating truck, a fruit stand, and a Mexican backdrop where the three heroes can shoot it out. Soldier:76 comes with his pulse rifle, the Indiana Jones-looking Jesse McCree has his Peacekeeper revolver, and Reaper has his two Hellfire shotguns.
The biggest Overwatch LEGO set comes in the form of this 719-piece Watchpoint:Gibraltar set, and you can see why: none of the other sets come with a giant shuttle and landing platform. Aside from this, the collection has the most number of Overwatch minifigures, including Pharah, Mercy, giant gorilla Winston, and Reaper.
Even though Winston is a tank, his minifigure is still no match for the replica Reinhardt and D.Va LEGO set. Though it doesn’t come with a background, the 455 pieces which make up these two giant tanks is more than enough to make them the backdrop of a couple of cool photoshoots.
But these two pale in comparison to the most prominent character of them all: Bastion! LEGO and Blizzard have a fondness for this beeping robot because unlike his earlier LEGO model, this Bastion is made up of 602 pieces, has his original paint job, and can be reconfigured into his gattling gun sentry mode. Of course, Bastion isn’t Bastion without his bird companion Ganymede, who has his own LEGO form.
All six sets will be available January 1, 2019—just in time to return your sad stocking stuffers and ugly Christmas sweater from Aunt Betty to get these instead.