New UCS Millennium Falcon Teaser!

LEGO has been teasing a huge new set the past couple of weeks. Fans with some clever photo editing skills were able to confirm the rumors that this set would be a new UCS Millennium Falcon. But now you can see it with your own eyes, without the need for any special skills and no fancy software other than your browser, on the teaser video released by LEGO. You should be able to see the radar dish piece that will most likely be used for the windows as in the previous iteration, an assembly that looks suspiciously like the beginning of the cockpit or one for the docking rings and a lost BB-8 floating around, confirming that there will be Sequel Trilogy figures included in the humongous set. Some sources also suggest that there will be original trilogy figures as well. But let’s stick to what we know: 1) This will be the biggest LEGO Star Wars set ever, surpassing the already legendary 10179, one of the few sets everybody knows the set number of by heart. 2) It will be released on October first, and the Store Calendar makes it pretty clear that there will be early access for LEGO VIP members (sign up now, it’s free!) starting from September 15th. 3) Even from the few glimpses we’ve been able to catch, it looks like a phenomenal set people will dream about for years to come. So you better start saving right now!

Are you as excited as I am, who only found out about the 10179 after it was retired, and do you want to analyze every single frame of the twenty second long teaser? Then head over to the 2017 Pictures and Rumors thread to join the party and the examination!

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One thought on “New UCS Millennium Falcon Teaser!

  1. I hope this is correct, a UCS falcon would be awesome. I was worried it might be the dreadnuaght from the new movie and that ship didn’t really move me and for the amount this is going to cost I want it to be a cool ship.

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