Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, Sonic, Goose Game Included In Lego Ideas Submissions
Idea for Lego sets based on some popular gaming properties have been submitted to Lego. Which will be made?
The first Lego Ideas review class has been determined by the avid Lego creator community, and a staggering 26 new potential ideas have been sent to Lego's design team. Some of these ideas include designs for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Untitled Goose Game, Sonic The Hedgehog, and more.
Lego Ideas gives anyone the ability to submit an idea for a new Lego product, with ideas that garner over 10,000 supporters within the review period (typically four months) being reviewed by Lego itself. This doesn't mean that every design will be produced. Through interviews and discussions with designers, Lego selects projects that will move to production, with this batch having its results disclosed in Fall 2020.
The designs are impressive though, which you can see for yourself in the gallery below. The Breath of the Wild design features a recreation of Hyrule Castle, overrun with Ganon's corruption. Sonic's iconic Green Hill Zone is also recreated with a burst of color, and the goose's mischievous antics look like they might translate over to smaller Lego sets quite well.
There are additional designs for other popular properties too, including a great-looking set designed around The Iron Giant and the Indiana Jones film franchise. You can add your own voice to the comments of the announcement to further support your favorite designs, but most of the decision-making is now in Lego's hands.
The results of the last Ideas batch are due soon, and includes its own Breath of the Wild set designed around the game's numerous stables peppered in its open-world.