Filtered a hypothetical LEGO Uncharted set based on A Thief's End, including Nathan Sully and Elena figures

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

Filtered a hypothetical LEGO Uncharted set based on A Thief's End, including Nathan Sully and Elena figures

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


The existence of a LEGO Horizon Zero Dawn was revealed a few days ago, and now we have word of yet another PlayStation franchise-based LEGO: Uncharted.


The LEGO expert Instagram account falconbrickstudios teases a purported Uncharted 4 A Thief's End set. Before getting into the facts, he clarifies that we should treat it as a rumor because he hasn't been able to verify it 100%.


The set's name would be Uncharted: A Thief's End, with the serial number 76987, and it would be based on the fourth game. Three Nathan, Elena, and Sully minifigures, a white jeep, and a cave area with valuables would be included.


The set would be released on March 1, 2022, with 1,326 pieces. The recently launched Sonic the Hedgehog LEGO kit features 1,125 pieces to give you an idea of scale.


Although this is an assumption, we can assume a set of similar dimensions and, as a result, a similar price: 69.99 euros.


This set is still a hearsay, and the only source at the moment is said Instagram account, which cannot confirm it 100 percent either. Of course, this isn't surprising given LEGO's desire to expand its license portfolio with a number of video games, and few are more entertaining than Uncharted.


In addition, the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection will be released on PS5 at the end of January, and the Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg film will be released in February.


LEGO stated this week that the release of a LEGO Overwatch 2 set would be postponed indefinitely while the company evaluates its relationship with Activision Blizzard.

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