Lego's First Overwatch Set Is Here

And there's more to come down the line.

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If, for some reason, you need a break from playing Overwatch, but you still want to do something Overwatch related, Lego has you covered. Blizzard is teaming up with Lego to produce Overwatch sets, kicking things off with Bastion.

The Omnic Unit with a heart of gold--or a soul to be more specific--is the first character to get the Lego treatment. The new set retails on Blizzard's website for $25 or can be picked up on-site at BlizzCon 2018 at the Anaheim Convention Center November 2-3.

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When built, the figure stands at four inches (12cm) tall and consists of 182 pieces. The characters arms are movable, and it swivels at the waist, and of course, it comes with a sub machine gun for its right arm. Don't worry, Bastion's bird companion Ganymede is here as well.

The Blizzard exclusive is a first in a new collection of Overwatch Lego sets, which should release sometime in 2019. No formal release date has been set, but there is a page on Lego's website for it. Lego has given some teasers to what we can expect, which included Widowmaker, Reinhardt, Genji, Soldier 76, Mercy, and McCree minifigures.

Overwatch just got a big update to kick off the Halloween Terror 2018 event and that it introduces new skins, all themed around the spooky holiday season.

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