The $120 version features a number of physical and in-game digital goodies (as fairly standard amongst CE’s). Unfortunately though, there’s no replica statue of a Robotic Dinosaur in sight (wasted opportunity IMO), instead, there’s a 9-inch statue of the game’s protagonist Aloy made by Gentle Giant.
The collectors edition also includes a physical copy of the game in a steelbook case and a 48-page art book, alongside a dynamic PS4 theme, and all these digital extras (listed below).
- Carja Storm Ranger Armor: Fashioned by the proud, ceremonial Carja tribe, this special armor has been crafted with an eye for showy appearance.
- Carja Striker Bow: The Carja defend their great Sundom with stone fortifications and military might. This finely-made bow, fit for a captain’s hand, puts additional stopping power behind every arrow fired.
- Carja Trader Pack: Rare and precious Machine parts are always in demand on the metal markets of the Carja Sundom.
- Banuk Trailblazer Armor: A sturdy outfit made by the nomadic Banuk tribe, hunters, and shamans from the harsh northern territories.
- Banuk Culling Bow: The Banuk claim a spiritual understanding of the Machines, and put their harvests of Machine parts to many uses.
- Banuk Traveler Pack: Though rarely encountered, Banuk explorers have left their intricate tribal marks across the breadth of the known world.
- Nora Keeper Pack: The Nora are extraordinarily skilled and inventive at using machine components in their own devices.
- Nora Machine Trapper Pack: Even the most experienced Nora hunter never goes into the wild unprepared.
Expect to see more of Horizon: Zero Dawn during Sony’s Briefing (June 13; 6pm PST/9pm EST/June 14th 2am BST), and throughout E3 2016.