Bastion is The First Official Lego Overwatch Character, Available Now

Bastion is The First Official Lego Overwatch Character, Available Now

In his Omnic Crisis Color Swap.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Oct 12, 2018 @ 08:25 AM (Staff Bios)
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It wasn't that long ago when Tracer was revealed to be part of the Overwatch Lego playset. Though that was only a teaser. Now we learn who exactly will be the first to launch the line of buildable toys: Bastion.

Available now in the Blizzard online store for $25, the Lego set will also appear physically for purchase at the upcoming BlizzCon. It features a Lego construction of Bastion (and his bird friend) in his Omnic Crisis skin, with the original color option to be made available in the future. The set contains 182 pieces.

The Overwatch Lego partnership was announced back in May initially. Teasers for the product line showed what appeared to be McCree, Mercy, Genji, Soldier: 76 and Widowmaker in dark silhouettes. The full list of characters coming to the toy line remains unknown at this time.

This isn't the first time Blizzard had partnered with a major toy company, either. Nerf has also come out to release a line of Nerf Blasters based on the guns used by D.Va and Reaper. They're part of the Nerf Rival line, which is their high-powered line of blasters.

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