Pictures of the three new sets to be released for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 have been revealed. Pictured above is 76081 The Milano vs. The Abilisk. You can view the other set pictures, as well as alternate pictures, on the respective set pages, linked below.
Dutch site brandunit.nl has listed several second wave 2017sets with names we previously didn't know about. Hoth Bricks has also recently published an article citing SinQel, another Dutch site that has leaked names several times in the past. Both sites seem to have identical information though. Anyway, without further ado here are new names of the sets (please note that they're translated so they may not be exact):
It has been announced that the LEGO Message Boards are being closed down. The subsite of LEGO.com, which went into Beta Testing in 1999 before opening in 2001, will be shut down in just two months on March 6, 2017. However, the site will go into read-only mode on February 28, meaning the last day you can post there will be on February 27. The full announcement is available here.
LEGO City Undercover is being remastered and will be released on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam in Spring 2017; however it seems that the PSVita has been left out of the picture. This is very surprising given that LEGO City Undercover was exclusive to the Wii U for its gamepad gimmick, as well as all of its Nintendo references. From the image we've been given, it seems that the LCPD uniforms and vehicles will be updated to their 2017 counterparts.
Perhaps a LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins remaster might be in the works as well? LEGO was very dodgy when asked about the subject, telling fans to "stay tuned" when asked about the subject.
More reveals, this time they're from Brickset who have posted images of Elves, Disney, Classic and some of the missing Creatorsets. Unfortunately there are no box images so we still don't have names for all the goblins in the Elves theme, but you can see the revealed images below:
Final images of 2017 Star Warssets have surfaced, this time discovered by Eurobricks user benderisgreat. So far, we've only got images of sets from Rogue One, but the rest should be revealed sometime soon. As usual, check out the images below!