LEGO Unveils The Tron: Legacy Set!

LEGO Unveils The Tron: Legacy Set!

LEGO officially unveil their latest LEGO Ideas set based on the Disney film, Tron: Legacy.

Back in December, I reported on the latest successful LEGO Ideas winner, the Tron: Legacy light cycle.

LEGO Ideas is a system where fans can create their own builds and submit them online. Anyone can visit the site and vote for their favourite LEGO creations.

When a build reaches 10,000 votes it becomes grouped with other winners for that yearly quarter. LEGO then pick an ultimate winner that will become a proper retail product that will appear in the shops.

At the end of November last year, the Tron: Legacy light cycle was successfully chosen as the next LEGO ideas project to become a reality and today LEGO has revealed the full details.

The official product name will be LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON Legacy. Whereas the original project was one light cycle, the set will contain two light cycles, one in blue, the other orange.

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As you can see from the pictures below, the original build, by two brothers from Devon in the UK, has been changed to better represent the colour scheme of Tron: Legacy. Also, the light cycle’s scale has been tweaked to better match the mini figures.

The original LEGO Ideas build.

The final light cycle build from set 21314

Speaking of mini figures, the set comes with three characters from the film, Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler. In terms of accessories, Sam and Quorra both have their own identity disks whilst Rinzler has two. Sam and Rinzler can also wear helmets and finally, Quorra has a sword.

The two light cycles from this new set also come with a base representing the floor of the games arena featuring translucent blue brick pieces. The base can be used to pose the two light cycles as seen on the back of the packaging or split in half.

LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON Legacy will be available from March 31st and will retail for $34.99/£29.99.

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You’ll find me at the front of the queue of my local LEGO shop for this one!


John Abbitt

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