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LEGO Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck set revealed

LEGO sets based on video game series are becoming more and more common place. Following the likes of Mario and Sonic, PlayStation's Horizon Forbidden West is the next game to get a set of its own.

Horizon Forbidden West LEGO Tallneck Set Release Date & Price

The new set, which has been designed as a build and display model features 1,222 pieces and will come in at 13.5 inches tall. According to the LEGO group, it will "invite builders into the 31st century and wow both LEGO and Horizon fans alike!"

The LEGO Group has also gone into more detail about what you can expect from the set.

"Included in this set is a brand-new headpiece for Aloy, the Watcher machine that comes with a choice of blue, yellow or red eyes and her bow and brick-built spear, alongside the authentic Tallneck machine, with a smooth, disc-shaped head and long slim legs to add striking features within the model. Fans can finish their build by adding the beautiful landscape details like the brick-built birch tree, tall grass and a rusty stoplight, completing the centerpiece for its display moment."

The set will not launch alongside the game on PlayStation consoles, though. It will come to all the usual places you can buy LEGO in May 2022.

The Horizon Forbidden West LEGO set will cost £69.99/$79.99 and will be available for pre order at a later date.

Check out the video below for a close look at the set.

Horizon Forbidden West Review

As for the game the set is based on, that releases on February 18. You can check out our full review here, but below are out basic thoughts:

"Horizon Forbidden West is a phenomenal second part of Aloy's story. While not hugely different to Zero Dawn's, the combat is intense and satisfying, the Western US setting makes for the best open world I've ever explored, and the story really cements Aloys' place in the pantheon of iconic PlayStation characters. I can't wait to see where Aloy's travels take her next."

We'll have loads more coverage of the game going live at launch.

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