The four-legged war machine that brought an end to the secret Rebel base on Hoth has started its advance towards the LEGO Star Wars collectors on the third rock from the sun, because as the world continues its rotation into November 26th 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: AU$1299.99 / NZ$1499.99
- UK & Europe: UK£699.99 / EU€799.99
- USA & Canada: NOW – US$799.99 / CA$949.99
Over the last 16 hours, collectors on the far side of the world and over the pond have gone through the process of ordering their 75313 AT-AT, with fans in Australia taking the lead due to their more easterly location. Those in Europe have made their dent in the stocks, while attendees of one of the seven special midnight opening event will be tucked up safely in their beds, no doubt with visions of light gray studs dancing in their heads.
Now it is the turn of shoppers in the United States and Canada to test the true resilience of the LEGO.com servers – have at it!
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.
Be sure to check back in over the next seven days for our AT-AT recaps, 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.