Lego 75322 Star Wars Hoth AT-ST Review

Lego 75322 Star Wars Hoth AT-ST Review

It feels like yesterday, but didn’t we just get an AT-ST before.

The LEGO Star Wars 75322 Hoth AT-ST set is the first AT-ST raider from the Battle of Hoth though.  With Star Wars being one of the most popular movies on the planet, this LEGO model is a delight to own if you don’t have one of the earlier AT-ST.

This model pays homage to the original design of the proper Hoth AT-ST, so fans of the original Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back movie can reminisce about past adventures.

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Set Details
Lego 75322 Star Wars Hoth AT-ST
  • Set #: 75322
  • MSRP (USA): $49.99
  • Piece Count: 586
  • Minifigures: 3
  • Price Per Piece: $0.08
  • Release Date: 1/1/2022
  • Age Rating: 9 and up
  • Build Time: 1-2 hours
  • Building Instructions: Click Here

Box Contents

Included with the LEGO 75322 Hoth AT-ST model are three exclusive minifigures, easy-to-follow instructions, and even a bonus mini Imperial Probe Droid LEGO figure.

This set comes with 4 bags containing 586 LEGO pieces as well as an instruction book.

It does not come with stickers, which is a relief if you never can stick the on right.

There are very creative design elements to this set, including the detailed minifigure selection included in this set.

The box itself also contains a re-enacted scene using LEGO from the Battle of Hoth.

Building Notes

This is a newer LEGO model, and unlike previous models, comes with instructions on how to build this model through LEGO’s app. 

This app-assisted building makes it easy for children and adults alike to zoom in, view renditions of the AT-ST and Probe Droid as they are being built, and view how the finished product will look like.

You might find yourself using this app quite a lot, since LEGO has put lots of detail into this model, unlike previous AT-STs. 

LEGO‘s design techniques for this model incorporate smaller detailed pieces, especially in the cockpit module. Some might find this cockpit module to be a bit difficult to assemble due to its small size.

However, with some maneuvering, you can successfully fit the female AT-ST driver into the Hoth AT-ST’s cockpit.

Due to this LEGO set having around 130 more pieces than the previous 75153 AT-ST walker, expect the build time to be a little bit longer than usual.

It may take about an hour to an hour and a half from start to finish or longer if built with children.

LEGO Minifigures & Characters

This set has three fantastic exclusive minifigures, including the iconic Chewbacca with a snow-swept appearance.

The torso design on this Chewbacca includes specks of white snow and Chewbacca’s iconic ammo belt.

In addition, you have an included Hoth rebel trooper, a female standard AT-ST driver that fits into the cockpit module, and LEGO most detailed depiction of an Imperial Probe Droid.

Unlike earlier designs, this Droid is quite delicate, but looks amazing paired with the rest of the mini-figures and characters. 

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Collectible Display vs Playability

This is a LEGO set that is both a display item and a playable toy. It is one of the most detailed LEGO figures currently on the market, and is slightly larger standing at 10.5″ than the previous 75153 AT-ST Walker.

However, it does fall incredibly short of the 25″ Lego Star Wars 75313 AT-AT model. This makes it quite awkward to display side by side with it.

Nevertheless, this is a fantastic set to add on to your collection of Star Wars memorabilia. This is a more detailed version of the AT-ST compared to earlier AT-ST models, making it one of the best play sets to begin creative adventures for you and your kids!

Keep in mind, however, that the legs on this model don’t bend fully. Instead, they are made to stand up and are pose-able, just not able to bend quite like Imperial AT-STs are supposed to.

More Brick For Your Buck

At $50 per set, most LEGO fanatics will agree that this set is well worth the investment. At 8 cents a piece, this LEGO set is a bit better for your wallet since the average LEGO price per piece currently sits at 11 cents.

Not only do you get more bang for your buck price wise, but the detailed design of this play set adds more fun! You can take your time and possibly extend the build-time for hours, meaning more quality time with your kids!

This is a great set to teach them the basics of LEGO building while adding in some more complex techniques.

In addition, the finished 75322 Hoth AT-ST comes with three classic minifigures that can be added to any existing LEGO set in your home. 

Potential Lego Investment Value

Any Star Wars memorabilia including scenes from the Battle of Hoth have the potential to earn quite a bit of return on investment.

This LEGO set is no different, with a growing movement of Star Wars fans reverting back to the original movies and truly showing just how much of an actual Star Wars fan they are.

But, and this is a big but.

How many of the AT-ST is LEGO going to build?

Apparently, there is no end in sight.  So what does this mean as an investment.

Looking at LEGO, the fate of these sets remains uncertain. The previous AT-ST walker is now a retired model, and the original 75313 AT-AT is currently out of stock.

This means you can guarantee people will be scrambling to find more battle packs, as well as lead to price hikes for existing models.

But in order to get 100% ROI, you need to sell this for just over $125. 

Not sure how long it will take after it retires to get there.  The supply is probably going to be high, but the demand appears to be there as LEGO and Star Wars keeps pumping these out.

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Final Thoughts

There’s nothing better than sitting down with your kids, whipping out this model, and spending the next couple of hours reminiscing on how fantastic the Star Wars franchise is.

For $50 a set, the inclusion of three minifigures, and the potential of this model to grow in popularity, this is one of the best investments you can make this year.

How Many Pieces are in LEGO Star Wars 75322 Battle Of Hoth AT-ST?

There are 586 pieces spaced out into four separate bags in this LEGO set.

How Long Does It Take To Build LEGO Star Wars 75322 Battle Of Hoth AT-ST?

The average build time can vary. However, since this is a very detailed set, it can take anywhere between one hour to 2 hours to completely build this set.

How Much Does LEGO Star Wars 75322 Battle Of Hoth AT-ST?

The price of this set is $49.99.

How Big Is LEGO Star Wars 75322 Battle Of Hoth AT-ST?

This set stands at 10.5 inches tall, 6 inches long, and 5 inches wide.

Jeremy Starke
Jeremy Starke
My passion for Lego began when I was a young boy and loved playing with my Lego sets. Like most kids as I grew up, I moved onto to other things and my Mom never saved my sets. (Yikes!!!!) Fast forward to when I started working the 9-5, I reconnected again with Lego and it has been a part of my adult life as an AFOL (Adult Fan Of Lego).
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