Darth Maul’s Infiltrator LEGO set celebrates 25 years of The Phantom Menace

17 April 2024
LEGO Star Wars Darth Maul’s Infiltrator set
Did you know it’s been 25 years since Darth Maul, one of the best (and most underused) Star Wars villains, graced our screens?

To mark the occasion, LEGO is celebrating the Sith Lord with a set based on Darth Maul’s Infiltrator spaceship.


A deadly, demon-faced and agile Sith Lord trained by the evil Darth Sidious, Darth Maul was first introduced to fans in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace - the first of the prequel trilogy – before going on to become a fan favourite with his intimidating double-bladed lightsaber and menacing ferocity. Darth Maul has appeared in LEGO a few times over the years, but the new Darth Maul Infiltrator is the perfect opportunity to mark the Sith’s 25th anniversary - so what does it include?


LEGO Darth Maul’s Infiltrator (75383)


Inspired by the craft the Sith Lord uses while tracking Qui-Gon Jinn to Tatooine, Darth Maul’s Infiltrator comes with 640 pieces, including Minifigures of Anakin Skywalker, Qui-Gon-Jinn, Darth Maul and an exclusive 25th anniversary Saw Gerrera.


The set also includes some cool play features: two spring-loaded shooters at the front and a special Droid-dropping function that releases three DRK-1 Probe Droids ready to track down the Jedi. Also included is Darth Maul's Bloodfin speeder, which fits inside the starship cockpit.


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How much does the LEGO Darth Maul’s Infiltrator cost and when is it available?


Darth Maul’s Interceptor is available to pre-order soon from the LEGO website and is expected to start shipping from May 1st, 2024, with pricing currently showing at £59.99.


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