In less than twenty-four hours the latest Ultimate Collector Series – 75313 AT-AT – will be available to order as the date ticks over to November 26, and fans all over the world will be refreshing the set’s product page on LEGO.com in the hope of getting their order through before the first allocation sells out, or the website grinds to a halt.
Being part one of the most popular LEGO themes, the new 75313 AT-AT will get a staggered release, starting in the countries that are closest, and to the west, of the International Date Line:
- Australia & New Zealand – 8 hours from now; priced AU$1299.99 / NZ$1499.99
- UK & Europe – 18 hours from now; priced UK£749.99 / EU€799.99
- USA & Canada – 23 hours from now, priced US$799.99 / CA$949.99
Ordering through LEGO.com might be the obvious choice given the late nature of the set’s release but there are other opportunities to land this set and reduce wear and tear on your right-clicking finger.
Those in Australia can be the first in the world to put their order via lego.brickmegastore.com, LEGO Certified Store chain’s own retail website. However this comes with the loss of 4334 VIP rewards points due to the alternate system in operation. On the plus side the set can be pre-paid and reserved for click and collect at one of the chain’s eleven stores, where it will be held for five days.
Lucky fans in seven European countries will have a chance to attend a special midnight opening at select LEGO Brand Stores in Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Denmark, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
This build-and-display model is the AT-AT that every LEGO Star Wars fan has been waiting for!
Featuring posable legs and head, cannons with a realistic recoil action, rotating cannons, bomb-drop hatch and a hook to attach to Luke Skywalker’s line, at 24.5 in (62 cm) high it is head and shoulders above any previous version of the feared Imperial Walker.
Coming with General Veers, Luke Skywalker, Snowtrooper Commander, four Snowtroopers and two AT-AT Drivers minifigures, 75313 includes non-socially distanced seating for a total of 40 snowtrooper minifigures, two speeder bikes (and can fit an additional two), as well as an E-Web heavy repeating blaster.
Check back in the coming weeks for our in-depth review and minifigure focus as we celebrate the tallest, most capacious quadrupedal UCS set ever!
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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.