Hammond, Junkrat, Roadhog to Join The Overwatch Lego Collection

Hammond, Junkrat, Roadhog to Join The Overwatch Lego Collection

Complete with tiny hamster minifigure.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jun 28, 2019 @ 10:27 AM (Staff Bios)
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It's time to get junky in the world of Lego as three more Overwatch characters are added to the video game building block collection. Here comes Junkrat, Roadhog, and Wrecking Ball!

This is the latest of a growing collection of Lego playsets based on the popular hero shooter by Blizzard, Overwatch. The three characters have been announced together since they all originate from Junkertown, a rough-and-tough area with a taste for metal. All three models will be available on October 1, but will be on display next month at the Blizzard booth at San Diego Comic-Con.

As for the individual sets:

Wrecking Ball, a large, rolling mech operated by a hyper-intelligent hamster named Hammond. The set itself will cost $20 and will come with 227 pieces. The completed build will consist of a mech ball that can transform between rolling and walking mode, with a miniature Hammond in the cockpit.

Roadhog and Junkrat share a Lego set. The combo pack costs $50 and will come with 380 pieces. The completed build will come with the two hero fighters, their motorcycle, and a sign for Junkertown. The two characters appear to also have their special weapons and skills.

I can only imagine how cool a complete collection would look. The sets are a bit steeply priced for my taste, but that's the cost of brand crossovers, I suppose.

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