Ever wanted to get something that brings the real magic of Harry Potter to your home? LEGO may have that soon with Night Mode sets.
Every now and then, there are some LEGO rumors that pique our interest. During the LEGO World Copenhagen and 2020 Nuremberg Toy Fair, Harry Potter fans got the hint that something magical could be coming. There’s a chance that we’ll get Night Mode sets.
It’s worth noting that these are just rumors right now. During LEGO World Copenhagen, the boxes were empty. Brick Fanatics believes that they were there to share the new line and get to see consumer interest. If there was enough, then we could see the sets actually getting build and shipped out.
It makes sense to use this for consumer interest. LEGO tends to bring sets that some fans haven’t even considered wanting. Of course, when we see them, we know that we need to add them to our collection, but the Night Mode sets could be a big risk. Getting some sort of idea as to whether they’re wanted is important.
They are on the expensive side. The boxes had prices, with the Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle set at $200. With the LED lights that will be included with all the bricks, that’s not that surprising.
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There were rumors for other Harry Potter LEGO sets outside of the Night Mode. They include:
- Room of Requirement
- Escape from Privet Drive
- Forbidden Forest
- Astronomy Tower
A new Advent Calendar for 2020 and more minifigures are said to be on their way.
While they are just rumors right now, releases during the toy fairs last year turned out to be true. We got The Knight Bus and Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeak’s Rescue. There has always been a focus on bringing specific scenes from the various Harry Potter movies, so it wouldn’t be surprising if all of these were right.
Which Harry Potter LEGO sets are you most excited about? Is the Night Mode set on your list? Share your thoughts in the comments below.