LEGO Bastion is now available exclusively from Blizzard

Blizzard and LEGO have announced a very special and limited LEGO Bastion for fans of Overwatch. This special LEGO Omnic Bastion sees everyone’s favourite Omnic available from the Blizzard Gear Store or for purchase on-site at BlizzCon 2018.

Costing $25 USD, LEGO Bastion comes ahead of the release of the full set of Overwatch LEGO and features his orange Omnic Crisis skin and a display stand. Both Bastion and the stand are constructed from LEGO bricks. 

When constructed, LEGO Bastion’s upper body swivels, has moveable arms with his trusty machine gun in his right arm and also features Ganymede.

LEGO Omnic Bastion

LEGO Omnic Bastion stands 12cm tall when constructed and should look awesome on any Overwatch fan’s desk. Bastion is the first LEGO figurine to be released from the upcoming Overwatch LEGO series which will include sets of the game’s heroes. The teaser below shows off Tracer and we now know that Bastion is also included.

Bastion is a 182 piece model and his gun actually fires LEGO bricks. Nifty!

It’s unclear when other sets will be released nor who will be included, but it’s a good bet that all current heroes will be featured in their own LEGO sets. The main page for the Overwatch sets on the LEGO website includes an image of LEGO bananas so it’s likely that Winston will be one of the first released.

Who would you like to see?

Overwatch is available now. BlizzCon 2018 runs from November 2 through 3 at the Anaheim Convention Centre.

Leo Stevenson
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