LEGO will be offering the 40333 Battle of Hoth – 20th Anniversary Edition set to LEGO.com visitors on May the Fourth (actually between May 3rd – 6th, but you get the picture), that purchase at least $75 worth of qualifying LEGO product.
This set features 195 pieces in an artfully smaller scale than we normally see from LEGO. However, it is a little something they cooked up to show appreciation to fans who visit them and make purchases during the specified time frame. The set comes with a base, shield generator, two Snowspeeders and an AT-AT walker.
For the most part, if you wanted to build this set without purchasing, if it is like other LEGO sets, you will be able to find the instructions at the LEGO Customer Service portal soon. Just a quick glance reveals that the only two parts you will not be able to purchase (without buying this set), would be the printed front face of the AT-AT, and the 20th Anniversary plate on the front of the base.
Check out the official images provided below.
LEGO is a line of building toys manufactured by the Lego Group, a privately held company based in Denmark. The company’s flagship product, commonly referred to as “LEGO bricks,” consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks and an accompanying array of gears, mini-figures, and various other parts. There are other LEGO pieces that can be assembled and connected in many ways to construct such objects as vehicles, buildings, and even working robots.