Fortnite LEGO Sets Leaked: Price, Release Date, Sets

Check out the leaked Fortnite LEGO sets.
Check out the leaked Fortnite LEGO sets. / @ShiinaBR

After months of rumors and concept art, Fortnite LEGO sets finally leaked, revealing a fast-approaching release date.

The highly anticipated in-game Fortnite x LEGO collaboration looks like it is coming in real life. Originally, leakers believed a huge LEGO crossover would dominate Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 5, but the rumor was debunked once Epic Games teased the rerelease of iconic Chapter 1 maps for next season.

LEGO and Fortnite fans disappointed by the news now have something bigger and better to look forward to: Fortnite LEGO sets.

Fortnite LEGO Sets Leaked

The leak of the first Fortnite LEGO sets showcase the LEGO Llama Polybag. The small LEGO set is perfect for Fortnite fans of all ages to get started building their own Battle Royale staples in real life.

According to the teaser photo from reliable Fortnite leaker, ShiinaBR, the Llama Polybag features an animated portrayal of everyone's favorite Fortnite creature. Although Llamas have gone through some changes in-game throughout the years, including the recent Cursed Llamas during the Fortnite x Jujutsu Kaisen crossover, the LEGO set embodies the iconic look of Fortnite Llamas.

Now, instead of chasing Llamas across the island, fans can build their own.

Fortnite LEGO Sets Leaked: Price

There is no current price for the LEGO Llama Polygon just yet. The smaller LEGO sets are typically not as expensive, so expect this particular set to be reasonably priced.

Fortnite LEGO Sets Leaked: Release Date

According to ShiinaBR, the Fortnite LEGO sets will be released in early 2024. Although there is no official month and date for the drop just yet, we expect Epic Games and LEGO to reveal more information as the year comes to a close.

Fortnite LEGO Sets Leaked: Sets

Although the Llama Polybag is the only leaked Fortnite LEGO set, fans can expect more options to choose from come release day.

Reliable Fortnite leaker, iFireMonkey, shared that there are currently "two BrickHeadz set IDs" that "are marked as 'Gaming' sets under the IP of Juno (same codename being used for Fortnite x LEGO)."

As we get closer to 2024, it is highly possible more leaks reveal the other LEGO sets inspired by Fortnite. The possibilities of a LEGO Battle Bus or POI, like Titled Towers, seem endless.