Nintendo and Lego fans have something to look forward to as one of Nintendo’s next Lego sets will be themed around the iconic Mario Kart series. In a recent post on Instagram celebrating Mario Day, Lego teased a kart made entirely of Lego bricks, along with a new Lego Mario figure. While this announcement was met with excitement from fans, the collaboration goes beyond just a tease. Nintendo confirmed in a press release that “Mario Kart will be coming to Lego Super Mario in the future,” with the set expected to debut in 2025.

Aside from the Mario Kart set, Lego also announced other exciting additions to their collection. The Bowser Express train set, King Boo’s Haunted Mansions set, and the Battle with Roy at Peach’s Castle set were all revealed in a video on Lego’s website. These sets are set to launch on August 1, with prices ranging from $65 to $120. Fans of both Nintendo and Lego can expect these sets to bring their favorite characters and worlds to life in a whole new way.

The partnership between Nintendo and Lego first began in 2020 and has since expanded to include over two dozen sets. This collaboration has allowed fans to recreate their favorite Nintendo characters and scenes in Lego form, bringing a unique and creative twist to the gaming world. To celebrate Mario Day, fans can earn extra Lego points for purchasing any of the sets directly from Lego, but act fast as this offer ends today, March 11.

In addition to the upcoming Lego sets, Nintendo has announced other exciting projects in the Mario franchise. A sequel to the successful Mario animated film is in the works after the first film grossed over $1.3 billion worldwide. Furthermore, Nintendo has revealed release dates for a number of new games to celebrate Mario Day, hinting at a bright future for the beloved character and his world.

As fans eagerly anticipate the release of the Mario Kart Lego set and other upcoming collaborations, it’s clear that the partnership between Nintendo and Lego continues to spark creativity and excitement among gamers of all ages. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting collaboration and the future of Nintendo’s iconic characters in Lego form.

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