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LEGO No Man’s Sky explodes in LEGO Ideas’ latest review

LEGO No Man’s Sky explodes in LEGO Ideas’ latest review

There could be another video game project in LEGO Ideas’ future, as No Man’s Sky may play a starring role in the fan-made theme thanks to the latest round of reviews.

The LEGO Ideas fan-inspired model range includes some game-based designs for Minecraft and Sonic the Hedgehog, but one could soon be coming for No Man’s Sky if nasa105 has anything to say about it.

LEGO Ideas User No Man Sky | Radioactive column BC1 The project has reached 10,000 backers in just over a year, and is creeping into its third review in 2023, while other submissions are steadily moving towards the required number of backers.

Based on the game of the same name, this project includes a Traveler minifigure, Radiant Pillar BC1 – the first spaceship you get in the game, a small piece of scenery, and a Sentinel drone.

The game’s online legacy and the various updates it received at launch means you may recognize the ship even without playing No Man’s Sky. This project joins 29 other submitted projects in the 2023 Third Review at this time, while we await the upcoming results of the 2023 First Review.

Every LEGO Ideas project is in third revision for 2023

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Jack Yeats
Jack Yeats

LEGO has been a part of my life since I was little. It all started when my brother passed me number 7657 AT-ST. It took me through my early years, through school, and eventually through my degree in journalism. I still proudly display my entire collection, including my many NINJAGO sets, my favorite of all the LEGO Group themes. Outside of Brick Fanatics, I’m a gamer and enjoy a good Dungeons & Dragons game.

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