If you have a more modest budget (or just prefer adorable droids), there's also a 1,106-piece Lego BB-8 model coming out on September 1st for $99.99. It's officially the largest and most expensive LEGO set that has ever been produced, and you don't even want to know how much it's going to cost. This fall, the biggest Lego set in history will arrive in stores in the form of the Millennium Falcon, along with a whopping ten (!) minifigs including two Han Solos (The Empire Strikes Back and The Force Awakens).
The ship that made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs just set another record: Today (Aug. 31), Lego unveiled a massive new Millennium Falcon set that contains an incredible 7,541 pieces, the most of any Lego set ever released.
The LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon is a mind-blowing interpretation of Han Solo's unforgettable Corellian light freighter with all the details that any Star Wars fan could wish for.
The Falcon isn't the only collector's set Lego announced today, either.
The set is actually an updated version of the original deluxe Falcon set that Lego released back in 2007, which contained a paltry 5,195 pieces and cost a mere $500. You can fit up to four minifigures in the cockpit, and you have your pick since the set includes both a young and old Han, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, Rey, and Finn. It's decked out with features any fan would salivate over, from upper and lower quad laser cannons to removable hull plates that, when detached, reveal the ship's vast interior. The main hold has seating for additional minifigures, a Dejarik holographic game, engineering station with a turning seat for a minifigure, plus detailed passageway decorations.
The Millennium Falcon set will go on sale on October 1st for $799.99.