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LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series AT-AT

Today, the LEGO Group announced the new #75313 LEGO Star Wars AT-AT set – the latest launch in the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) line-up and a must-have for fans of LEGO and Star Wars.

The AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) first appeared in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, its huge presence appearing over the horizon on the icy fields during the Battle of Hoth, ready to attack the Rebel Alliance’s shield generator. Nothing like it had ever been seen before, and the Galactic Empire’s ground forces used the AT-AT’s gigantic size to overpower the Rebellion and ultimately destroy Echo Base.

This immense new LEGO model is massive in size and detail, paying homage to the gigantic vehicles in the film. It features 6,785 pieces, a movable head, spinning guns, adjustable legs, and side panels that open to reveal amazingly detailed interiors. The overall size is 62cm / 24.5 inches high, 69cm / 27 inches long, and 24cm / 9.5 inches wide.

In addition, the set comes with nine minifigures and accessories, including Luke Skywalker (along with a wire so fans can recreate the famous scene of him swinging from an AT-AT’s underside in an attempt to thwart their attack), General Veers, two AT-AT drivers, a Snowtrooper Commander and four Snowtrooper minifigures, as well as two speeder bikes and an E-Web cannon set accessories — plus plenty of interactive elements and Easter eggs! An amazing set for display or action, the set can also fit an army of Snowtrooper minifigures inside – 40 in total.

Even the unboxing is a rewarding experience, as the packaging displays beautiful imagery of the final set from all angles. Whilst all the pieces are stored in four internal boxes, which combined show the famous Battle of Hoth scene.

A must-have for any dedicated Star Wars fan, this model has been designed by legendary LEGO Design Master Henrik Andersen. Discussing the design, Andersen said, “The mega-sized LEGO Star Wars AT-AT set is the one everyone has been waiting for, and it’s been a thrill to bring this highly-anticipated build to life. The AT-AT was an engineering masterpiece and the LEGO set will make an impressive display. But we have also packed in plenty of details that will deliver hours of fun for fans of LEGO and Star Wars alike.”

The set forms part of the Ultimate Collector Series, which also includes the #75192 LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon, the #75275 LEGO Star Wars UCS A-wing, and the recently released #75309 LEGO Star Wars UCS Republic Gunship.

The LEGO Star Wars AT-AT set is available from the 26th of November via official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop. Prices are as follows: $799.99 / £749.99 / € 799.99. For more information and to purchase the set, visit the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the new LEGO Star Wars AT-AT? Are you planning to add it to your collection? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Rob November 9, 2021, 10:24 AM

    In a semi-related comment, but has the UCS Millenium Falcon ever been available since the initial release? Part of me is wondering if Lego has secretly put it to retirement and has no plans to make any more. I know it’s been hard with the virus and other things going on to make more. Not wanting to sound like Lego isn’t trying, but just wondering.

    I guess it’s also convenient that I don’t have the money for the UCS Millenium Falcon, but at some point if I sell my blood, left kidney and right lung I’d really like to get the model at some point. 😀

    • Master Builder November 9, 2021, 8:39 PM

      I don’t know where you’re located, but in the US it has been available at the Lego shops and online. It is out of stock right now, but that was expected for the holiday season. But earlier this year, it was readily available.

      • Rob November 9, 2021, 9:12 PM

        Odd… guess it’s a matter of timing then. I’ve checked on line several times and it’s always been out. I even requested an email for when it was in stock and I can’t say I ever got one.

        Well, gotta sell that kidney first anyway, lol!

  • Håkan November 9, 2021, 4:00 PM

    Hmm, I wouldn’t know where to put this humongous beast, even if I’d be a bigger Star Wars fan than I am, and had a larger regular income. The ubiquitous gray of the Star Wars sets might also feel a bit tedious in the long run (even if it’s source accurate).

    • j.j. November 9, 2021, 8:41 PM

      This is becoming a problem for me too. The adult sets are too big. One or two, okay. You can use them as décor. Anything more than that and you end up with a cluttered mess.

      • Håkan November 10, 2021, 9:31 AM

        I’ve my place decked out in a “Mess is lore” statement already…

        Anyway, although it isn’t shown in the official pictures, the AT-AT drivers and Snowtroopers had some interesting heads this time, I’ll see if I could snag a few of them separately through the usual channels. (I don’t know if the sets would contain any new parts or printed computer screens and other controls, additionally.)

  • Miles November 9, 2021, 4:33 PM

    Almost $1k Canadian! At least this one has an interior so there is some theoretical play value. Honestly I can’t see the star destroyer or falcon even if I had money to burn. Not much to do with them after it’s built.

    • Håkan November 10, 2021, 9:04 PM

      These sets mostly seem to be marketed as collectors’ items an decorative conversation pieces. They’re not meant to be played with on a deeper level than say moving the minifigures around when you feel like it.

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