LEGO Star Wars reveals 6,800-piece Ultimate Collector Series 75313 AT-AT that’s actually minifigure scale [News]

LEGO has just taken the wraps off its next Ultimate Collector Series Star Wars set, a minifigure-scale version of the Empire’s most fearsome walker, the AT-AT. With 6,785 pieces, 75313 AT-AT stands over two feet tall and features a fully detailed interior. It includes nine minifigures, two speeder bikes, an E-Web turret, and enough firepower to take out a Rebel shield generator with ease. With a retail price of US $799.99 | CAN $949.99 | UK £749.99, the UCS AT-AT is taking its place along the 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon as the most expensive LEGO sets ever released. It is slated to be available starting Nov. 26.

We’ve already got our hands on one, so be sure to check out our full review: LEGO Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT Review.

75313 AT-AT | 6,785 pieces | Available Nov. 26 | US $799.99 | CAN $949.99 | UK £749.99

The set’s nine minifigures are General Veers, two AT-AT Drivers, a Snowtrooper Commander, four Snowtroopers, and Luke Skywalker.


The UCS AT-AT stands 24.5 inches tall (62cm) with a length of 27 inches (69cm) and has a full interior with seating for 40 Snowtroopers, racks for speeder bikes, and more.

The interior is accessible by removing the armor panels, or opening the cargo doors.

The cockpit rotates from side to side.

The cockpit features a full interior as well, with seating for both pilots and a command station for General Veers.

The AT-AT’s geared legs are poseable with a tool that’s stored behind the info placard.

The underside of the AT-AT is fully detailed as well, to recreate the scene of Luke destroying one from the inside out with a thermal detonator.

With this new dog-sized AT-AT as your companion, you can pine out the window together and contemplate how Tarkin would have handled the invasion of Hoth, like this duo in LEGO’s press materials.

Read LEGO’s official press release below, and check out more images of the set.

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, at the recommended retail price of $799.99 / £749.99 / € 799.99

  • Age –18+ 
  • Model measures:
  • Height: 62cm / 24.5 inches
  • Length: 69cm / 27 inches
  • Width: 24cm / 9.5 inches
  • Pieces 6785
  • The latest LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series set
    • Featuring sliding side doors which open to detailed interiors, a movable head, adjustable legs, movable/spinnable guns, speeder bikes, an E-Web cannon
  • The set includes 9 minifigures based on the following characters and elements from Star Wars: Luke Skywalker, General Veers, two AT-AT drivers, a Snowtrooper Commander and four Snowtrooper minifigures
  • Price:  $799.99 / £749.99 / € 799.99

5 comments on “LEGO Star Wars reveals 6,800-piece Ultimate Collector Series 75313 AT-AT that’s actually minifigure scale [News]

  1. Michael Wolf

    So I generally don’t go in for the black box sets and we’ve had an abundance of sets for the AT-AT, but a set this size is really for display and the exposed panels for cockpit and interior seems like a perfect feature. I’d consider dropping money for this set.

  2. Ross

    Am I the only one bothered by the fact that they used the wrong color hands for Luke? He should have white/gray hands for Hoth. Black was when he was piloting an X-wing.

  3. Jonathan

    I just received my AT-AT and on the left hand side (rear end image of the AT-AT) of the outer box it says TB-TT not AT-AT. Online images show AT-AT on that side and I’ve seen a couple with TB-TT. Does anyone know anything about this?

  4. Chris Doyle

    I think that’s just a regional language difference. TB-TT is the French equivalent to AT-AT from what I can tell from a quick Google search. LEGO packaging is often labeled differently for regional language needs.

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