Some Mario Lego sets are retiring
Lego sets are popular across all age groups and some of the biggest are collected by fans for the challenge as well as the spectacle of the finished product.
The Lego Super Mario sets are a relatively new addition to the popular brick world, following in the footsteps of Star Wars, Marvel and DC.
And there aren’t many game franchises that have carved out a place in the Lego community, with Minecraft being one of the other game debuts.
There are rumors that more Super Mario Lego sets are on the way and this could become very popular given the news that some are retiring in the UK.
The official Lego site now lists a number of sets to be removed, including the following:
- The Boomer Bill Barrage Expansion Set
- The Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set
- The Builder Mario Power Up Pack
None of these would be considered the largest or most expensive to buy, but anyone who wants to buy them should head over to the site to pick them up before they’re gone.
There is no set time for when these Lego Mario sets will be retired, as that depends on existing stock.
And we also don’t know what might replace them in the future, with Lego moving into new projects.
The good news for those wanting more is that the Lego Super Mario sets have proved very popular with fans.
Earlier this year, Super Mario’s 2020 debut was confirmed to be a hit with fans, and Lego confirmed this in March:
“Lego Super Mario, which uniquely combines digital and physical play, was released in August 2020 and became one of the company’s most successful themed launches.”
With another statement that there would be further expansion when it came to digital products,
“We know that children and adults love the Lego brick and it will always be the heart of our company. But today’s children are growing up in a digital world, mixing online and physical play effortlessly.”
“We will continue to develop our capabilities in this area so that we are well positioned to meet the evolving needs of our retail partners and consumers now and in the long term.”
With such a strong debut confirmed, it seems likely that more Lego sets from the world of gaming will hit shelves in 2021 and beyond.
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