LEGO Announces 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer

Do you love huge grey triangles? Well I’ve got the set for you.

Announcing 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer


This 4784 piece UCS set features the Devastator, as seen in Star Wars: A New Hope.

The includes 2 minifigures and a buildable to-scale version of the Tantive IV.

Australian RRP is $1099.99 and you’ll be able to get yours from September 18th.

Read on for the full press release and full image gallery.

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Press Release

75252 Imperial Star Destroyer™
Ages 16+. 4784 pieces

US $699.99 – CA $849.99 – DE €699.99 – UK £649.99 – FR €699.99 – DK 5299DKK –$1099.99 AUD
*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit for regional pricing.

Own the ultimate Imperial Star Destroyer!

Build and display an icon of the Galactic Empire – the Devastator. With over 4,700 LEGO® pieces, this Ultimate Collector Series 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer model captures all the authentic details of the starship as it appeared in the opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope, including swiveling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts, intricate surface detailing and of course a buildable scale version of the Rebels’ Tantive IV starship to chase down. This galactic civil war UCS set also includes a display stand with informational fact plaque and 2 Imperial minifigures, making it the perfect LEGO Star Wars collectible for discerning fans.

  • Includes Imperial Officer and Imperial Crewmember minifigures.
  • The Devastator Imperial Star Destroyer model features swiveling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts and intricate surface detailing.
  • Also includes an attachable, buildable scale version Tantive IV starship for added Star Wars: A New Hope authenticity.
  • With a display stand with informational fact plaque for the ultimate display piece.
  • Also comes with 2 blaster pistol weapons.
  • This Ultimate Collector Series set has 4,784 pieces.
  • Inspire unforgettable Star Wars: A New Hope moments.
  • The perfect LEGO® Star Wars™ collectible for fans of the Star Wars saga.
  • UCS model on display stand measures over 17” (44cm) high, 43” (110cm) long and 26” (66cm) wide, and over 14” (37cm) high without stand.

Available directly from LEGO Stores & from 18th September, 2019

11 thoughts on “LEGO Announces 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer

  1. Adam Reply

    Oof, 2/3rds the pieces of the falcon for 9/10ths the price, and no interior scenes to back that price up? I’d be waiting for a deep, deep discount with this one.

  2. Mark Reply

    Who doesn’t love huge grey triangles? The beauty of monochromatic models is in the detail, texture and symmetry. Plus, it’s frigg’n huge!

  3. Anon Coward Reply

    It’s great, but like many will wait for the price to come down before I get it.

  4. Mike Reply

    I knew what it’d look like, but I was still excited for something that’d knock my socks off apart from the scale. Nope. For me the Falcon wins as a display piece easily over this one. There’s no getting around the rather dull aesthetic of all that flat grey. I was hoping for at least a bigger selection of interesting minifigs (yes, I know you don’t buy a UCS for the minifigs!) or a cool internal scene incorporated. And considering the insane size of this one, the lack of display space for me makes it even less of an attractive prospect. I’ll wait for the next smaller, cheaper and more visually varied UCS set.

  5. GJBricks Reply

    That is a beast! Looks fantastic, definitely worth considering once it’s on sale but that is not worth that amount – Disney/Star Wars markup anyone? And only 2 minifigures? I was hoping for a detailed interior for that price!

  6. TeufelHund Reply

    Impressive…most impressive (especially the price).

    Not for me except at deep, deep discount.

  7. Andrew Reply

    Fewer pieces than Ninjago City, but more than twice the price. That Star Wars tax is starting to bite hard.

  8. Andrew Reply

    Awesome set, albeit expensive. Cost per brick up there, especially when compared to the MF when on special. Shopforme has it for $879.99 at moment, might be best offer now and into foreseable future but will prob hold off to see if a better one comes along.

  9. sterow Reply

    I don’t get the heavy reliance on price per piece to assess value. It’s an okay rule of thumb for typical sets, where the variations in piece sizes usually average out. But UCS sets can have either extreme: tons of greebling or big panels and beams to achieve size. That can lead to price-per-piece counts being pretty useless as a measure. This thing is *massive* and the price, while high, seems completely in line with expectations.

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