LEGO Animal Crossing

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Promotional image featuring various LEGO Animal Crossing minifigures and sets.

LEGO Animal Crossing is an upcoming collaboration between Nintendo and toy company LEGO. Nintendo teased LEGO Animal Crossing via a short video on Twitter on October 5, 2023, featuring LEGO minifigures of various Animal Crossing characters.[1] The product line was fully announced on October 10, 2023, containing five sets and releasing on March 1, 2024.[2]

Sets

Promotional photo of all five sets.

There are a total of five LEGO Animal Crossing sets:

Set Image Product number Pieces Minifigure(s) Ages MSRP (USD)
Julian's Birthday Party LEGO Animal Crossing 77046 Product Image 1.png 77046 170 Julian 6+ $14.99
Bunnie's Outdoor Activities LEGO Animal Crossing 77047 Product Image 1.png 77047 164 Bunnie 6+ $19.99
Kapp'n's Island Boat Tour LEGO Animal Crossing 77048 Product Image 1.png 77048 233 Kapp'n
Marshal
6+ $29.99
Isabelle's House Visit LEGO Animal Crossing 77049 Product Image 1.png 77049 389 Isabelle
Fauna
6+ $39.99
Nook's Cranny & Rosie's House LEGO Animal Crossing 77050 Product Image 1.png 77050 535 Tom Nook
Rosie
7+ $74.99

Minifigures

The following eight characters, including five villagers and three special characters, have LEGO minifigures spread across the five sets:

Gallery

Names in other languages

Japanese レゴ どうぶつの森
LEGO Doubutsu no Mori
LEGO Animal Forest

Korean 레고 동물의 숲
LEGO Dongmul-Ui Sup
LEGO Animal Forest

Simplified Chinese 樂高 動物森友會
LEGO Dòngwù sēnyǒu huì
LEGO Animal Forest Friend Hub

References

  1. "Welcome to…LEGO Animal Crossing!@NintendoAmerica on Twitter (October 5, 2023). Retrieved October 5, 2023.
  2. LEGO (October 10, 2023). "The LEGO Group and Nintendo Bring Animal Crossing™ to LEGO® Brick Form for the First Time". LEGO.com. Retrieved October 10, 2023.

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