LEGO enthusiasts can now buy the long awaited 75192 Millennium Falcon, which easily surpasses the piece count of 10189 Taj Mahal to become the largest LEGO set ever released. Packing in a superb level of detail, interior sections and an uncompromising drive for perfection, this set blasts through the record set by the previous largest set. Brick Fanatics recently ran down the top five largest ever LEGO sets, showing how 75192 Millennium Falcon slots in.
In a press conference held last night, LEGO Star Wars Director of Design Jens Kronvold Frederiksen and Designer Manager on LEGO Star Wars Michael Lee Stockwell confirmed that 75192 Millennium Falcon was intentionally designed to be the largest set.
75192 Millennium Falcon includes switchable radar dishes and two sets of minifigures, allowing fans to represent either the classic trilogy or sequel trilogy version of the ship. In addition to the 7,541 pieces and seven minifigures, the set includes two Porgs from Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The stock of 75192 Millennium Falcon sets at the LEGO Store Leicester Square sold out last night, so fans eager for this set may be wise to buy early in case it has similar supply issues as 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V.