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Overwatch LEGO Now Available To Order, New NERF Products & More On The Way

November 2, 2018

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 
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The Overwatch LEGO sets that were leaked a couple of weeks ago by Target are now available to purchase on LEGO's website and some sweet new licensed merch has popped up at GameStop according to a press release.

The leaks from Target have pretty much been confirmed: the first wave of Overwatch LEGO goodies are now available for pre-order directly at LEGO's website. These six LEGO sets feature roughly 1/3rd of the games cast in either the Dorado, Watchpoint: Gibraltar, or Hanamura maps. This first step into blocky goodness is sure to be built on in the coming years.

 

NERF has also stepped up their game, adding to the most recently-announced D.Va NERF Blaster. McCree is the next hero to get his own version of a dart-chucking device. His blaster comes with a replica badge and can fire a dart at up to 90 fps (27 m/s). You can pre-order one for yourself at GameStop right now. Brand new mini blasters for Tracer, D.Va, and Torbjörn have also entered the mix but are not yet ready to be purchased.

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Hasbro's Overwatch Ultimate Figure line will be bringing Mercy to store shelves in the Spring of 2019.

 
 

With Hero 29 on the way, there's sure to be some merchandise relating to her. Thankfully, there won't be much of a wait - you can pre-order several cool bits of merch featuring Ashe. For example, she's the latest from the Overwatch cast to get her very own Funko Pop! vinyl. T-shirts, bandannas, and other fine products featuring Ashe and/or the Deadlock gang can also be picked up via GameStop.

There are sure to be more cool Overwatch toys and collectibles to come. For now, we've gotten a few neat additions to the catalog, just in time to stick 'em under the Christmas tree.

 
 

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What do you think of the new Overwatch toys? Are you going to be picking any of them up for the holidays? Let us know in the comments below!