Inferno Squad Battle Pack is LEGO set 75226-1. It has a score of 81. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 49.62% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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This battle pack is on of the better ones with a good selection of well made minifigures and a nice small speeder with a lot of useful pieces. It's a relatively cheap way to get main characters or just beautiful figure parts. If you like Battlefront 2 this is the perfect set for you, if not, even than this could be very special addition for anyones Imperial collection. because the new trend of putting named characters in battle packs, they lost the army building value, but I think in this case the minifigures could serve a nice base for your custom imperial members.
As a Battlefront fan I was sad that there was no Battlefront 2 sets like there were when the 2015 game came out. (Rebel and Imperial Battle Packs) I am very thankful that Lego has decided to give us an Inferno Squad battle pack. Having Iden, Del and Hask as Lego minifigures is amazing. Pros: *Great Minifigures *New Helmets *Iden's Hair Piece (first time since Padme had it) *Different Faces to represent each character from the game/book Cons: *The angry clone face for the 4th inferno squad member (the female from the Novel, a Storm trooper or Shriv minifigure would have been better) *The build is not for collectors but works well as a play feature *Stud shooters *No Helmet for Iden
I think this set is a mixed bag. The figures are pretty great overall, with very nice detailing, but the build is pretty bad. The speeder is tiny, unfinished, and serves very little purpose. I would honestly rather have had some scenery, maybe with a rotating turret, or at least something different from another boring, simple speeder. Playability is also weak as the speeder doesn't have anything special to it, and the price is a little bit rough as, despite the detailed minifigures, the small build doesn't really help to justify the price.
I have been hoping that LEGO would produce some Inferno Squad minifigures since Star Wars Battlefront II was released and am delighted with 75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack. All four human team members are included and they look fantastic in minifigure form, sporting detailed helmets and imposing armour. Ideally, their attire would be specifically designed for each character and Dio, Iden's droid companion, would have been a welcome inclusion but those might not be realistic expectations for a Battle Pack.
This battle pack is not only a must have set for fans of Star Wars Battlefront II, but the overall quality of the minifigure design makes this a must have for any LEGO Star Wars collector.