New Millennium Falcon LEGO Set (The Rise of Skywalker)

If you’ve ever looked at the Millennium Falcon and wondered just how long it took for its mechanics to build, you’re in luck. LEGO is giving you a first-hand look at the process with this brand new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon set.

Contained with this set are over 1,350 pieces used to build the iconic Star Wars vessel and minifigures of Lando Calrissian, Finn, Chewbacca, C-3P0, R2D2, Boolio, and D-0. While they won’t help you put the large starship together, they will help protect it from the scum of The First Order.

The Millennium Flacon comes to life in your own home with a new addition to the Star Wars LEGO lineup. Celebrating the release of The Rise of Skywalker and the conclusion of the Skywalker Saga, the Millennium Falcon playset features screen-accurate accents and moving pieces.

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Fire against incoming TIE Fighters with the spring-loaded shooters set atop a rotating top, help your crew board with moveable ramp and accessible cockpit, and spin the bottom gun turrets to fire upon ground targets. It’s a LEGO set that Han Solo would be proud of.

At 1,351 pieces, putting together the new LEGO Millennium Falcon set is a complicated task, but one that any LEGO amateur and master builder will be happy to take on. Once completed, the 17”-long, 12”-wide Corellian freighter is going to be the centerpiece of your Star Wars collection.

With the Millennium Falcon in your hands, you’ll be able to determine whether it can complete the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs. Just don’t let Lando trick you into handing the starfighter over to him.

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Mark LoProto
is a horror-loving gaming enthusiast who has a soft spot for Ghostbusters, bubble wrap, and kittens.

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