With the debut of The Bad Batch having aired on May 4th, it was only a matter of time before the official reveal (and the quelling of all the rumors and leaked images) occurred, and thanks to the official announcement and the most recent episode of This Week! in Star Wars, we can now fully appreciate this upcoming addition to the LEGO Star Wars theme.
Hosted by Kristin Baver, who also serves as the associate editor for Lucasfilm’s official StarWars.com website, the YouTube video reveals all kinds of Star Wars news – including 75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle which has just been added to LEGO.com – at the 2:14 mark.
Eschewing the standard gray colorway, LEGO has chosen sand-blue as the ship’s primary color, as well as a splash of lime green, making this a set that will really stand out. Curiously though, LEGO has opted not to give the set it’s proper title – Havoc Marauder – but has used a more generic name instead.
In the new series, the Attack Shuttle is piloted by a group of elite clones known as the Bad Batch (Tech, Echo, Hunter, Wrecker and Crosshair) and each member has been recreated as a LEGO minifigure in the 969-piece construction set.
The Attack Shuttle construction set also comes with two land speeders, allowing children and fans to recreate thrilling scenes from the new animated series. The model features awesome details to help Star Wars and LEGO fans alike play out their own missions, with weapon storage in the cabin, foldable wings and spring-loaded shooters.
75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle
Kids will love role-playing Clone Force 99 missions with this LEGO® brick-built version of The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle (75314) from Star Wars: The Bad Batch. It features large wings that move up and down for landing and flight modes, 2 spring-loaded shooters and an opening dual LEGO minifigure cockpit and rear cabin with space for 2 LEGO minifigures and weapons storage. Pull up the central dorsal fin to access the interior for easy play.
The set has 5 new-for-August-2021 LEGO minifigures of Bad Batch clones Tech, Echo, Hunter, Wrecker and Crosshair, a Gonk Droid LEGO figure, plus cool weapons and 2 buildable speeders to inspire imaginative play. Step-by-step instructions are included to ease the construction process.
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The LEGO Group has been recreating iconic starships, vehicles, locations and characters from the Star Wars™ universe since 1999. LEGO Star Wars is now its most successful theme, with fun gift ideas for creative kids and fans of all ages.
- Let kids role-play as Bad Batch clones, relive scenes from Star Wars: The Bad Batch and invent their own unique stories with this detailed, LEGO® brick-built Attack Shuttle (75314).
- Includes 5 new-for-August-2021 LEGO® minifigures of Bad Batch clones Tech, Echo, Hunter, Wrecker and Crosshair with assorted weapons and Tech’s buildable backpack, plus a Gonk Droid LEGO figure.
- The buildable shuttle toy has adjustable wings for landing/flight modes, 2 spring-loaded shooters and a dorsal fin that lifts for easy access to the dual LEGO® minifigure cockpit and detailed cabin.
- The cabin has space for 2 minifigures and weapons storage. The set also includes a speeder with 2 stud shooters and another speeder with a clip for a blaster to add to the play possibilities.
- Perfect for fun, everyday play sessions alone or with friends, this building toy makes the best birthday present, holiday gift or special reward for creative kids aged 9 and up.
- The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle measures over 7 in. (20 cm) high, 10 in. (25 cm) long and 5 in. (13 cm) wide with the wings folded up and looks great displayed between playtime adventures.
- Thinking of buying this buildable 969-piece playset for a Star Wars™ fan who is a LEGO® beginner? No worries. It comes with easy-to-follow instructions so they can build with confidence.
- There are LEGO® Star Wars™ sets to thrill people of all ages, whether they want to recreate memorable scenes, role-play their own stories or just build and display the impressive construction models.
- LEGO® components comply with rigorous industry standards, meaning they are compatible and connect strongly for robust builds.
- LEGO® bricks and pieces are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and thoroughly analyzed to ensure that they satisfy stringent global safety standards.
Test your construction skills and recreate memories of epic Star Wars™ scenes as you build the Scout Trooper Helmet (75305). A complex LEGO® Star Wars building set offering a fun, creative way to unwind, every contour and detail of the helmet is beautifully recreated with LEGO bricks. This Star Wars collectible has a display stand with a nameplate to complete an eye-catching centerpiece for the home or office. And look out for the other new-for-May-2021 LEGO Star Wars build-to-display helmet: Darth Vader Helmet (75304). Part of an exciting collection of LEGO Star Wars building sets for adults, this premium-quality set makes a perfect gift for yourself, a Star Wars fan, experienced LEGO builder or any adult who enjoys a hands-on, DIY challenge.
- Take time out and challenge your building skills to create a wonderfully detailed LEGO® brick interpretation of a Star Wars™ Scout Trooper Helmet (75305).
- The distinctive look of a Scout Trooper’s helmet is recreated in LEGO® style, inspiring memories of Star Wars™ saga scenes, and the stand with a nameplate completes a cool display piece.
- This premium-quality set is part of a series of collectible LEGO® Star Wars™ build-to-display helmet models – check out the new-for-May-2021 Darth Vader Helmet (75304).
- Offering a challenging building experience, this 471-piece set makes a super birthday present, holiday gift or surprise treat for any Star Wars™ fan, experienced LEGO® builder or hobbyist.
- Measuring over 7 in. (18 cm) high, 4.5 in. (11 cm) wide and 4.5 in. (12 cm) deep, this buildable model doesn’t take up much space, but it is sure to catch the eye of every passerby.
- Buying this impressive set for a Star Wars™ memorabilia collector who is a LEGO® beginner? No worries. It comes with step-by-step instructions so they can take on the complex build with confidence.
- Collectible LEGO® Star Wars™ sets designed for adults like you who love Star Wars and enjoy the fun of a hands-on, creative project in your spare time.
- LEGO® components meet stringent industry standards to ensure that they are compatible for a simple, secure connection every time.
- LEGO® components are tested in almost every way imaginable to make sure that they satisfy rigorous global safety standards.
Commenting on the new set, Jens Kronvold Frederiksen, Creative Lead of LEGO Star Wars at the LEGO Group said: “I’m thrilled that we can finally reveal this great new model that celebrates the launch of the new animated series. Star Wars: The Bad Batch characters are so unique and deserve an awesome ride, which they definitely got in the Attack Shuttle. We hope it inspires many young fans to relive their favorite scenes from the new series, as well as to come up with their own storylines.”
Details like the posters in the shuttle’s crew quarters and the two speeder bikes are yet to be revealed. “We know that the speeders will be seen in the show, however, we do not know exactly in which context they will be seen. I guess we will have to wait and see like everybody else.” says the LEGO Star Wars team’s creative director, Jens Kronvold Frederiksen while graphic designer Madison O’Neil shares that “decorations are actually posters that the Bad Batch have hung on the walls of their ship. The designs are taken directly from the show.”
LEGO Star Wars fans have been aware for a few weeks that this was getting revealed but were taken by surprise when the announcement came with the chance to pre-order it.
Currently the 75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle, which has an August 1st 2021 shelf date, is only available to LEGO.com customers in the United States ($99.99) and Canada ($139.99) so European and Australia-Pacific shoppers will have to wait a bit longer before they can get their pre-orders in.
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Having enjoyed playing with LEGO from his earliest years, Jeremy started collecting LEGO Star Wars in 1999 when the theme was first released. He has shared his thoughts and opinions on LEGO via a number of websites – including starwars.com, rebelscum.com and brickset.com – contributed to the LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary series and served the LEGO Ambassador Network as a Recognised LEGO Fan Media representative.