Before the announcement of the updated Ultimate Collector's Millenium Falcon, the largest Lego set was its previous version, released in July 2007 - that "Falcon" consisted of 5195 parts. The new set is one of the most difficult in the history of the Danish company: even the smallest details of the Falcon's compartments have been worked out, and outwardly the toy is an almost complete copy of the legendary Han Solo ship from the fantastic saga of Lucas. You can assemble it in two versions: in the "original" form from the first three parts of "Star Wars" and in the one in which he appeared in "The Force Awakens".
The set also includes ten miniature figurines of the franchise characters: a young Han Solo, a C-3P0 droid, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, BB-8, an aged Han from Part 7, Ray, Finn, and two porgs.
The new set, priced at $ 800, will go on sale October 1 and will be not only the largest, but also the most expensive in the Lego portfolio.
In addition to Ultimate Collector's Millenium, Falcon Lego also presented a set of BB-8, which has become one of the symbols of the new Star Wars trilogy. It is much simpler - it consists of 1106 parts - but it is much more affordable - $ 99. Available from September 1.>