The reported LEGO Star Wars UCS 75313 AT-AT may have some lofty expectations to fulfil if real, following on from 75309 Republic Gunship as the next and potentially biggest set from a galaxy far, far away.
Now, it’s believed by LEGO YouTuber MandRproductions that the LEGO Group have inadvertently revealed the rumoured build as part of marketing for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. The belief comes from an official screenshot for the upcoming game (which recently received a new trailer) showcasing a battle on Hoth.
Within the image, a huge build for the titular walker can be seen, comprised entirely of digital bricks as can usually be seen in the LEGO games. A connection has been made between this colossal creation and the rumoured UCS set, with a conclusion being drawn that the digital render may have come from a physical model.
Whilst the LEGO Group has released more than a few AT-AT sets over the years, including 10178 Motorized Walking AT-AT which we’ve just reviewed, none have reached quite the same scale as what can be seen in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. The latest reports state that 75313 AT-AT may contain 6,782 pieces, which may be an achievable part count for the digital AT-AT pictured below.
Should this hypothesis turn out to be true, it may be that an early concept for the rumoured UCS AT-AT was provided to TT Games to create some synergy between the physical products and the digital game, much like what has already been confirmed with codes on the box art of recent Star Wars sets.
Nothing has been confirmed regarding a UCS AT-AT by the LEGO Group, so take any rumoured information with the usual pinch of salt until an official announcement is made. Currently, reports suggest that it may release in November, but we’ll let you know if or when we find out more.