The New LEGO ‘Star Wars’ AT-AT Walker Isn’t Life Sized, But It Feels That Way

LEGO Star Wars AT-AT Walker
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LEGO has really outdone itself with its latest set. While the company already offers the famous Star Wars AT-AT Walker, this new model truly brings the Battle of Hoth to your living room. It’s almost twice as big, standing 24-inches tall, features 6,785 LEGO pieces, and is sure to be a hit with fans.

While we loved the Star Wars LEGO Gunship or the smaller AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) walker from previous years, this new model kicks things up a notch and makes the AT-AT feel life-sized.

The new LEGO Star Wars AT-AT 75313 will be released on November 26th, 2021, and includes 6,785 pieces, a movable head, multiple spinning guns, fully adjustable legs, and more. We love that the side panels open to reveal a stunningly detailed interior complete with speeder bikes, nine minifigures, including Luke Skywalker, General Veers, two AT-AT drivers, a Snowtrooper Commander, and four additional Snowtrooper minifigures.

As expected, the AT-AT walker LEGO set has a wire so enthusiasts can recreate the popular scene of Skywalker swinging from the AT-AT’s underside during the Battle of Hoth. Swing into the opening door and take control of a speeder bike, or throw Luke on an E-Web cannon complete with several accessories.

While that all sounds great, you’re probably wondering just how big this nearly life-sized walker is and if you’ll have room for it at home. LEGO’s new AT-AT set stands 24.5-inches tall, 27-inches long, and almost 10-inches wide. Considering the size, attention to detail, and the slew of goodies included, it has a life-sized price tag to match.

The stunning new LEGO AT-AT Walker costs $799, and it’ll be available from LEGO starting November 26th from the link below. Then, don’t forget to check out our list of the best LEGO gifts this holiday season.

LEGO 'Star Wars' AT-AT Walker

Get this LEGO Star Wars AT-AT engineering masterpiece and relive the classic film for an eye-watering $799.

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