The Millennium Falcon on set for Star Wars: Episode VIII

LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 Building Kit


The Millennium Falcon on set for Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

On the outside, we can see the brand-new rectangular radar dish, detachable cockpit (?!) and dual spring-loaded shooters on Han Solo’s pride and join. Unfortunately, we can’t see any of the interior in the images currently available of the LEGO Force Awakens Millennium Falcon set, but we know from the catalog description that it will feature a holo-chess board. What other surprises may be in store for us within?!

This Force Awakens Millennium Falcon LEGO set is the most expensive mass-released brick-built iteration of the Falcon ever, retailing at $149.99 for 1,330 pieces. 11.3 cents per brick isn’t the best price, but the excellent minifigure selection does help to take the sting out of it.

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  • LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon set (1,254 pieces) - 3 lightsabers, 3 blasters and 1 crossbow, opening hull, detailed interior, twin flick missiles, rotating laser cannons, detachable cockpit cover, chairs, cup, control panels, game board
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    The 75105 Millennium Falcon set includes seven Minifigures (six if you don’t count BB-8), tying the First Order Transporter for most Minifigures in any of this first wave of The Force Awakens sets. And while two of these Minifigures can be found elsewhere (Rey and BB-8), the rest are all unique to LEGO 75105 (at least–for now!).

    Sound off, readers: Are you amped up enough about Star Wars Episode 7 to purchase this new Millennium Falcon set for 160 bucks, LEGO fans? If so, what’s driving you to pick it up–and if not, why not?