Lego Super Mario and Mario Kart sets will have you running to the stores

Promotional image for the Booster Course card for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

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If you're thinking to yourself, “I need some new things Lego To put it on my shelf,” the company has you covered. Along with its newly unveiled collection of Batman: The Animated Series, A new set of collections for her Super Mario Line She is in the works.

As part of its March 10 celebration (shown below), Nintendo announced that it has partnered with Lego again for three new sets. Bowser's Express Train Set, inspired by the character's locomotive in the games, comes with two wagons and a car in the back, plus two train stations that individually represent Bowser's Castle and the Mushroom Kingdom. As in the games, Lego Mario boards the train by shooting it from a cannon on a wheelbarrow.

Celebrating Mario Day with LEGO Super Mario

King Boo's Haunted Mansion sees Lego Luigi fighting enemies on the estate and opening a treasure chest (or sitting on the couch that floats). Last but not least, the Battle with Roy set features Lego Peach defending her castle from the Koopaling and the Chain Chomp with Lego Mario and Lego Toad at her side.

At the end of the video, Lego reveals that it is working on this Mario Kart The sets are aiming to drop sometime in 2025. There's no real glimpse at what they look like, unfortunately, but it's good to hear that one of the character's biggest spin-off franchises will be getting some tough love in the near future. Next year is also expected to see a release Nintendo's upcoming consoleMario Kart Games tend to release early in a system's life cycle, so it's easy to imagine that the next major entry will come not too long after the new console drops.

There's no information yet on a release date (or price point) for the three non-existentMario Kart Lego sets.

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