Horizon: Zero Dawn

Pre-Order Bonus, Special Editions Confirmed for Horizon: Zero Dawn

Horizon: Zero Dawn was just one of the many titles that made an impression at this year’s E3, and according to an update on the PlayStation Blog, developer Guerrilla Games are are teaming up with Gentle Giant Studios and Dark Horse comics to deliver a Collector’s Edition that’ll be available alongside the game next February.

Those who pre-order the game will get access to the Nora Machine Trapper Pack, which includes a variety of weapon and outfit modifications, as well as supplies for crafting traps and ammo. If you’re pre-ordering from GameStop or EB, you’ll receive the extra bonuses of the Nora Lookout Outfit (a camoflagued outfit that grants an additional modification slot) and the Nora Longshot Bow (a bow with enhanced accuracy and an extra modification slot).

Horizon: Zero DawnGuerrilla also confirmed that two Special Editions will be releasing alongside the physical and digital versions of the upcoming RPG, which will be available to pre-order from “selected retailers.” 

The Digital Limited Edition will be exclusive to the PlayStation Store, and includes 2 resource packs, 2 outfits and 2 weapons to supplement your brushes with the machines, whilst the Collector’s Edition also includes a 9-inch statue of the game’s protagonist Aloy and a 48-page artbook, featuring some Horizon concept art. You can see the contents of both editions in the images below.

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More of Horizon: Zero Dawn was shown during Sony’s E3 Press Conference on July 13 in a gameplay demo. The footage for Guerrilla Games’ upcoming action-RPG saw nomadic hunter Aloy journey through the stunning grasslands of a world dominated by mechanical behemoths, encountering placid robotic mounts and  mammoth malfunctions. You can see the demo below.

Horizon: Zero Dawn releases on February 28 2017 for the PlayStation 4. For more information, you can visit Guerrilla’s official site here, or follow them on Twitter.

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