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Lego appears to have accidently revealed plans to release a Princess Peach’s Castle set.
The set was seemingly revealed early by Lego itself on Wednesday in a since-deleted Instagram post spotted by Jay’s Brick Blog, which republished a selection of images of the upcoming product in the tweet below.
The set is expected to be officially announced tomorrow, March 10, when an annual celebration of Nintendo’s flagship franchise called Mario Day will take place.
Information on nine new Nintendo-themed Lego sets was discovered online in February, including another large $229.99 direct-to-consumer set.
Most of the listings are likely to be more Lego Mario sets, but it’s not clear what the most expensive set will be.
The sets were discovered as listings on Eugene Toy & Hobby under the codename ‘Leaf’, which has been used for all of the products in the line so far. The listings were removed shortly after being discovered.
Last year, German Lego fansite Promobricks listed the set numbers, but it was unclear at that time which wave of Mario sets they would belong to.
Promobricks also claimed that eight of the sets will be released this August, with the final and most expensive set being released in October.
Lego is in the process of expanding its video game themed sets, with a set based on PlayStation’s Horizon Forbidden West releasing in May and a set based on Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order expected too.