Sony recently confirmed a release date for Horizon Forbidden West. While it's not making it out in 2021, it's not too far away either — it hits both PlayStation 5 and PS4 on 18th February 2022. Today, Sony's opened up pre-orders for the game, so you can pop down some dosh ahead of the game's imminent arrival.
Of course, there isn't just the standard version of the game available for purchase; as is the norm, you can splash out on a few special editions, which will each bring various bonuses. Let's have a quick look at them now.
Of course, there's the vanilla edition of the game, which simply comes with the base version of Forbidden West on either PS5 or PS4.
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Digital Deluxe Edition
This digital-only package includes both the PS5 and PS4 versions of Forbidden West, unlike the standard versions, which are separate purchases. As well as access to both versions of the game, the Digital Deluxe Edition includes two outfits, two weapons, an in-game resources pack, an Apex Clawstrider Strike Piece (more info on Strike through here), an additional photo mode pose and face paint, digital art book, soundtrack, and digital graphic novel, The Sunhawk.
All this is available from PS Store for £79.99/$79.99.
The Special Edition is a retail version of Forbidden West, which comes with the PS5 or PS4 game on Blu-ray disc, a steelbook case, digital soundtrack, and a mini art book.
This retail edition comes with all the Digital Deluxe goodies, plus a steelbook display case (and a digital voucher for the PS5 and PS4 versions of the game itself), a statue of Aloy and a Tremortusk, and a mini art book.
This is the largest edition of Horizon Forbidden West, containing everything in the Collector's Edition, plus: a different Tremortusk statue, a replica Focus earpiece and stand, two art prints, replica Sunwing and Clawstrider Machine Physical Strike Pieces, and a canvas map.
Phew! Which version of the game will you be buying? Will you nab the regular version or cough up for a fancier edition? Tell us in the comments section below.