Filtered a possible set of LEGO Uncharted based on A Thief’s End, with figures of Nathan Sully and Elena

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LEGO Uncharted could be a reality: a LEGO set based on the Naughty Dog game, with figures of Sully, Elena and Nathan, could come out in March.

LEGO toys are a passion for young and old, and it seems that the LEGO Group wants to capitalize on the collecting urge of video game fans with a new line of products called LEGO Gaming.

A few days ago the existence of a LEGO Horizon Zero Dawn was leaked, and today we get information about another possible LEGO based on a PlayStation franchise: Uncharted.

The Instagram account specialized in LEGO, falconbrickstudios, teases a rumored set based on Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End. Before going into details, he clarifies that we take it as a rumor, because he has not been able to confirm it 100%.

The set would be called Uncharted: A Thief’s End (so we assume it would be based on the fourth game), with the serial number 76987. I would have three minifigures of Nathan, Elena and Sully, a white jeep and a cave section with some treasures.

The set would come out on March 1, 2022, and would have 1326 pieces. To give you an idea of ​​size, the newly released Sonic the Hedgehog LEGO set has 1,125 pieces.

We can expect a set of a similar size, and therefore a similar price: €69.99, although that is an assumption.

We repeat that this set it’s still a rumor, and at the moment the only source is said Instagram account that cannot confirm it 100% either. It would not be strange, of course, since LEGO wants to increase its catalog of licenses with several video games, and few are more playful than Uncharted.

In addition, Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection comes out at the end of January on PS5, and in February, the movie with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg.

This week, LEGO announced that the release of a LEGO Overwatch 2 set would be delayed indefinitely while they review their relationship with Activision Blizzard.

Fountain: BrickFanatics

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