The new Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series set has finally been unveiled. After so much speculation, rumors and teasing images, here we have the new Millennium Falcon, a huge masterpiece and, best of all, the biggest set that Lego has ever made.
With more than seven thousand and five hundred pieces and 7 mini-figures (Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia , C-3PO , Older Han Solo, Rey and Finn), the new Millennium Falcon is absolutely an bottomless well in terms of details and features to enjoy. By the way, save some extra space (not to mention money) because the spaceship is eighty four centimeters long which if huge in terms of beauty and building experience!!
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Lego is filing ready! That’s what Facebook says about the last posted image in the official page, a few minutes ago. It seems that a traditional yellow bag won’t be enough to carry the new, and the biggest of all time, Star Wars set, the Millennium Falcon (75912). As a funny comparison, the Death Star is inside the bag and looks pretty small just aside the other.
A small cart intends to show the huge size and the heavy weight of the new box that will feature, and this is official, seven thousand, five hundred and forty one pieces, which makes it the biggest Lego set ever made. I can’t wait to see the official images!
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Seven thousand, five hundred and forty one pieces! That definitely a lot! Lego has just published another teasing image of the upcoming Ultimate Collector Series star wars set, for most part of the fans, the new millennium Falcon (75192), and with it, some additional information about the piece count.
Comparing it with Taj Mahal, the biggest Lego set ever released, it will have one thousand and six hundred pieces more which is absolutely huge and an unforgivable building experience for sure. As a comparison, the last millennium Falcon has been released ten years ago and it was slightly “smaller” – a bit more than five thousand pieces.
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