Credits will do fine.
Hey! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming out in few months! That means new toys, and specifically, new Lego sets. But not just any Lego sets. THE BIGGEST ONE YET.
In anticipation of The Last Jedi‘s release and to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars, Lego is rereleasing the Ultimate Collectors Series Millennium Falcon, only now it’s bigger and much more expensive.
The first version of this set, released back in 2007, had 5,195 pieces and cost only $500. This version of the set is a whopping 7,541 pieces, making it the biggest Lego set ever, and costs a cool $800. You know, $200 less than $1,000.
The set measures 33 inches long, 22 inches wide, and 8 inches high. It oozes detail like accurate exterior detailing, as well as the ability to swap the deflector dish from original trilogy with it’s Episode VII version.
Speaking of new and old, the set also comes with 10 minifigures: Han, C-3P0, Leia, Chewbacca, BB-8, Old Han, Finn, Rey, and two porgs (those cute hamster things set to appear in Episode VIII).
Huge and hugely expensive, we’d definitely pick up this awesome version of the fastest ship in the galaxy; if we only had the space bucks.
The Ultimate Collectors Series Millennium Falcon releases on October 1.