LEGO and PlayStation Horizon Forbidden West Set Is Available Now

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Earlier this year LEGO and PlayStation officially announced that the video game Horizon Forbidden West would receive a LEGO set. More specifically, the 1,222-piece LEGO Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck set includes the eponymous robotic critter as well as an Aloy minifigure and a Watcher machine with interchangeable eyes. It launched on May 1st, and can be ordered here on Amazon for $79.99 at the time of writing. It's selling fast, so reserve one while you can. It is currently sold out here at the LEGO Shop, but a restock is expected in the near future. 

See the Horizon Forbidden West LEGO set at ($79.99)

"Part of the LEGO sets for adults, the Horizon Forbidden West LEGO Tallneck uses clever building techniques to capture the machine's authentic details, and measures over 34 centimeters (13.5 inch) high," the official PlayStation blog announcing the set states. "You can display the Tallneck on a stand with details from the Horizon landscape, such as a birch tree and a rusty traffic light. Also included is a LEGO Aloy minifigure featuring her bow and spear, and even a Watcher with either blue, yellow or red eyes."

"Getting to team up with Guerrilla was truly remarkable," said Isaac Snyder, Designer at the LEGO Group, as part of the announcement. "The Guerrilla team is incredibly passionate about the world of Horizon Forbidden West and were a huge help in ensuring we were able to create an authentic representation in LEGO form. Thanks to our close collaboration we were able to include references to all the most iconic aspects of Horizon Forbidden West, from incredible machines, mysterious ruins, unique tribes, and stunning scenery. There is a huge amount of mutual respect between the design teams and everyone involved was beyond excited to see this model come to life! Our hope is that everyone building this model has as much fun as we did designing it."

As for the video game itself, Horizon Forbidden West launched on t he PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on February 18th. Despite initially announcing that the upgrade from PS4 to PS5 would require payment, PlayStation ultimately reversed course on that decision and it will be a free upgrade path instead. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the upcoming video game sequel right here.


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