The massive 75313 AT-AT will cost $1299.99 here in Australia

LEGO has officially revealed details of the latest highly anticipated UCS Star Wars set – 75313 AT-AT.

The AT-AT is such an iconic vehicle in the Star Wars universe that LEGO really needed to nail this one and on first impressions it really looks like they have.

The set features 6785 pieces and 9 minifigures. The minifigure line-up is a lot better than a certain recent UCS set.

The set will set you back $1299.99 here in Australia when it is released on November 26th

Check out more images and the official press release below.

The new LEGO® Star Wars™ AT-AT™ Construction Set Makes an Impressive Addition to Star Wars and LEGO Fan Collections

9th November 2021: Today, the LEGO Group announces the new epic LEGO® Star Wars AT-AT set – the latest launch in the Ultimate Collector Series set (UCS) line-up and a must-have for fans of LEGO and Star Wars.  

The AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) first appeared in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, its huge presence appearing over the horizon on the icy fields during the Battle of Hoth, ready to attack the Rebel Alliance’s shield generator. Nothing like it had ever been seen before, and the Galactic Empire’s ground forces used the AT-AT’s gigantic size to overpower the Rebellion and ultimately destroy Echo Base.

This immense new LEGO model is massive in size and detail, paying homage to the gigantic vehicles in the film. It features 6,785 pieces, a movable head, spinning guns, adjustable legs, and side panels that open to reveal amazingly detailed interiors.   

In addition, the set comes with nine minifigures and accessories, including Luke Skywalker (along with a wire so fans can recreate the famous scene of him swinging from an AT-AT’s underside in an attempt to thwart their attack), General Veers, two AT-AT drivers, a Snowtrooper Commander and four Snowtrooper minifigures, as well as two speeder bikes and an E-Web cannon set accessories — plus plenty of interactive elements and easter eggs!  An amazing set for display or action, the set can also fit an army of Snowtrooper minifigures inside – 40 in total. 

Even the unboxing is a rewarding experience, as the packaging displays beautiful imagery of the final set from all angles. Whilst all the pieces are stored in four internal boxes, which combined show the famous Battle of Hoth scene.    

A must-have for any dedicated Star Wars fan, this model has been designed by legendary LEGO Design Master Henrik Andersen. Discussing the design, Andersen said, “the mega-sized LEGO Star Wars AT-AT set is the one everyone has been waiting for, and it’s been a thrill to bring this highly-anticipated build to life. The AT-AT was an engineering masterpiece and the LEGO set will make an impressive display.  But we have also packed in plenty of details that will deliver hours of fun for fans of LEGO and Star Wars alike.”

The set forms part of the Ultimate Collector Series, which also includes the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon set, LEGO Star Wars UCS A-wing set, and the recently released LEGO Star Wars UCS Republic Gunship set. The LEGO Star Wars AT-AT set is available from 26th November 2021 via LEGO Stores and

5 thoughts on “The massive 75313 AT-AT will cost $1299.99 here in Australia

  1. Julian Reply

    This looks absolutely magnificent! but $1,300.00??? I will be leaving this one unless it goes on 20% off at Myer / DJs etc……

  2. Monty Reply

    This is an incredible model. I definitely want it, but I concur with Julian, it needs to go to a retailer who has 20% discounts (unlike the R2D2 which is an Amazon only exclusive and therefore no competition – except Zavi).
    Do we know where the Gunship will be sold yet?

  3. Brett Reply

    I love this set but how can Lego justify $1300AUD when that isn’t equivalent to $800USD. Is it because they need to pay the franchise plus still make their own profit margin? Julian & Monty are spot on. 20% off on sale may sway me to purchase this.

  4. Mylego Reply

    Reasons why I stopped collecting UCS models.

    1. New movies and Hayden Christensen and his poor acting ruined the franchise

    2. Star Wars license surcharge

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