LEGO Star Wars Star Wars LEGO LEGO 75313 LEGO UCS LEGO At-At

LEGO Star Wars has become an iconic and immensely popular theme that transcends generations of fans. The unique fusion of the beloved Star Wars universe with the creativity of LEGO has created a winning formula. LEGO has strategically released a diverse range of Star Wars sets, catering to fans of all ages and preferences. Whether it’s intricate buildable starships for the serious collectors, iconic scenes from the movies for film enthusiasts, or adorable character LEGO BrickHeadz for kids, Star Wars LEGO offers something for everyone. When it comes to iconic sets, there are few that can beat LEGO 75313 – the LEGO UCS AT-AT. We take a look at it below.

Set Details

The LEGO® Star Wars™ Ultimate Collector Series AT-AT (75313) is crafted for true aficionados, as this awe-inspiring build-and-display model brings the Battle of Hoth to life with incredible detail and functionality. The AT-AT boasts posable legs and head, realistic recoil action on the cannons, rotating cannons, a bomb-drop hatch, and a hook to recreate the iconic scene from the battle. Standing over 24.5 inches (62 cm) high, this colossal model offers a glimpse into its intricate interior, providing room for an impressive Imperial army. Housing 40 LEGO minifigures, including General Veers and Luke Skywalker, along with 4 speeder bikes and an E-Web heavy repeating blaster, the AT-AT is a magnificent display piece that captures the essence of Star Wars in an unforgettable way.

Model Name AT-AT
Model Number 75313
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes Ultimate Collector Series
Pieces 6785
Minifigures 9 (3 Unique)
Launch Date November 2021
Current Status LEGO.com Exclusive
Date Retired N/A
RRP £735

Investment Potential

LEGO 75313 is a truly stunning model of nearly 7,000 pieces but with that comes with a £735 RRP at LEGO.com which translates to 11p a brick. Is it a good investment?

There is so much to like, the set has been a LEGO exclusive, rarely discounted and demand remains high. It comes with 9 minifigures (valued at approximately £75), including 3 uniques; General Maximillian Veers, AT-AT driver and Snowtrooper Commander. We delve deeper below:

Launch RRP £735
Price Per Piece £0.11
Launch Price per piece £0.11
5th Year Value £1157
Percentage Increase 57%
Expected Annual Growth 12%
Theme Growth 12%
Sub Theme Growth 13%

Theme Analysis

The Star Wars theme has been one of the biggest and longest LEGO themes and a very popular one for LEGO investors, returning 12% annualised growth across more than 500 retired sets across several decades! We have looked at some of the bigger non-UCS sets below including LEGO Star Wars Republic Droidship with AT-OT (10195) which has grown more than £1,000 in value from its £184 RRP since retiring in 2011 (17% annualised growth) and LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City which has more than doubled its £300 RRP since retiring in 2019 (24% annualised growth).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75222 Betrayal at Cloud City December 2019 £300 £713 138% 24%
10195 Republic Dropship with AT-OT December 2011 £184 £1273 592% 17%
75244 Tantive IV December 2020 £180 £240 33% 10%
75190 First Order Star Destroyer December 2018 £130 £194 49% 8%

Comparable Set Analysis

LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series – does exactly what it says! Since launching there have been 37 LEGO Star Wars UCS sets of which more than 30 have now retired and those sets have delivered annualised growth of 13%.

These include the LEGO Star Wars Super Star Destroyer (10221) which has tripled in value from its £350 RRP since retiring in 2014 (13% annualised growth) and LEGO Star Wars Death Star (75159) which has doubled in value since retiring 3 years ago (27% annualised growth).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75252 Imperial Star Destroyer December 2022 £615 £775 26% 25%
75159 Death Star December 2020 £410 £838 104% 27%
10221 Super Star Destroyer December 2014 £350 £1053 201% 13%
10179 Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon December 2009 £342 £2212 547% 14%


An utterly stunning model from the ever reliable Star Wars theme and the great UCS sub-theme, this set has been a LEGO exclusive since release, and even at the highest RRP for a retail set demand is strong. Scheduled to be retired later this year, the set has rarely been discounted and we don’t expect that to change before retirement, you may see 20% discounts if there is still stock but wouldn’t expect any deeper discounting. If the price tag fits within your portfolio and you have the room to store then we would be adding this to the collection before it disappears off the shelves for good.