Just this morning LEGO revealed the new UCS Millennium Falcon, to celebrate 40 years of Star Wars and 10 years of the original UCS Millennium Falcon. Set number 75192 has 7541 pieces, making it exactly what LEGO said it would be: the set with the largest piece count ever.

UCS Millennium Falcon

US $799.99 UK £649.99 CA $899.99

It’s date of release will be the 1st of October, or 14th of September for VIP early access. This is the most detailed Millennium Falcon we’ve ever seen, and the best part is that for fans who missed out on the original, it will be interchangeable! It comes with four original trilogy minifigures, and three from the sequel trilogy. The minifigures from the original trilogy are young Han Solo, Hoth Leia, Chewbacca and C-3PO. It also comes with a Flappy Creature as seen inside the monster the Millennium Falcon hid inside of in The Empire Strikes Back.

Star Wars Flappy Creature

The sequel minifigures are TFA Han Solo, Finn, and Rey, as well as BB-8 and two creatures that I don’t know of since I STILL haven’t seen TFA, so please tell me in the comments.

Weird Thing

Yeah, I don’t know what that is.

Below are pictures of the box and other stuff.

Pretty big huh? Actually, sorry bout the pics, they’re a bit smaller than intended.

Old Antenna

Just noticed that the old sports a conical hat piece in light grey. Also, that printing looks great!

Interchange BitsInterchange Antenna

This is the new antenna and two other bits which…well I’m not sure what they are.

UCS MF Rear View

And this is the rear view. Just basking in glory. Woah. Sorry, what’s that? How big is it!? Well…

UCS MF Size.jpg

Yeah. That big. And here is a link for the Designer Video.

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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