First Look at the LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi First Order AT-ST (75201).

Now that Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi has finally landed in theaters across the US, it seems that LEGO has also pulled the veil off from one of its remaining LEGO Star Wars TLJ sets. If you recall, all the sets belonging to this subtheme has been finally revealed, with some of them available starting January 1 – save for one. We still yet to see the LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi First Order AT-ST (75201) up until now. But thanks to LEGO Star Wars fan LegosVidal2016, we now have our first look at the First Order AT-ST coming in at 370 pieces. Vidal says that the LEGO Star Wars First Order AT-ST has been on sale at a particular Toys R Us store.

*******WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD*******

This particular set is based on the scene where Finn and Rose make their daring escape aboard the First Order Star Destroyer, after they have infiltrated it to hack the ship’s light speed tracking capabilities. This particular AT-ST is partially damaged and when Finn and Rose is caught up in a bind against Captain Phasma and her troops, BB-8 comes to the rescue! It’s quite hilarious to see BB-8 as he tries to operate the damaged AT-ST, but nevertheless he gets the job done. There is also a lift where Rose is positioned as seen in the film, and from the looks of the set’s box art, it seems that this brick-built lift can also move up and down as well. The LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi First Order AT-ST (75201) includes the minifigures of Captain Phasma, Finn and Rose in their First Order officer uniforms, and of course, BB-8. Here’s a closer look at the set’s box art, and given the number pieces, we can assume that this set may retail at around $40.

So what do you think about this latest LEGO TLJ set reveal? Have you spotted the First Order AT-ST (75201) at your local TRU store? Share us a tip or two in the comments below.

 

Thanks to VaderFan2187 for the heads up.

5 thoughts on “First Look at the LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi First Order AT-ST (75201).”

  1. WOW
    I can’t believe that my pictures are all over the internet. Thanks for the shoutout from the pictures. If you do a video of the pictures, can you guys do me a shoutout, my YOUTUBE channel is “Diversión con Vidal” but my channel is in spanish. Thanks.

    1. Sure, and thanks for sharing that image of the AT-ST. LEGO, for some reason is still mum about this set even until now. Thanks for the tip! :0

  2. The whole BB8 commandeers a walker by himself after taking out legions of troopers is why modern movies are sucking so bad thanks to CGI.

    BB8 is supposed to be a simple lovable diagnostic droid – not a ninja destroyer droid.
    There was a reason he was “running” from storm troopers in force awakens.. since ya know storm troopers are supposed to be able to destroy droids like bb8 and hence it makes it scary not to mention realistic.

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