New UCS LEGO Star Destroyer Revealed

The LEGO Group has now revealed an all new LEGO set for the Star Destroyer from Star Wars. This is an updated version of the toy and it comes with a high price and high brick count.

As announced on the official Star Wars website, LEGO is set to release the LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer set as part of the Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) line. You can read the full announcement posted down below.

"The LEGO Group unveiled today the new LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer set, a gigantic addition to its vaunted Ultimate Collector Series (UCS). Measuring 43” long and comprised of 4,784 bricks, it brings the famous ship to life in LEGO form like never before and is filled with surprises. Indeed, the release also includes a buildable Tantive IV, the rebel craft captured by a Star Destroyer in the iconic opening of Star Wars: A New Hope; now, Empire-loving Star Wars fans can recreate this memorable moment again and again.

Once assembled, the UCS Imperial Star Destroyer features swiveling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts, and fine surface details. The set also includes a display stand and two new, exclusive minifigures: the Imperial Officer and Imperial Crew Member. When paired with its display stand, the model measures over 17” high, 43” long, and 26” wide, and over 14” high without stand.

The LEGO set will be available on October 1st, 2019 and is set for a price of $699.99 in North America. It's a huge collection so make sure you have enough room to build and display it!

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