Jan 10, 2017 08:57 AM EST | By Ben Lindon
"Horizon: Zero Dawn" is getting two Limited Editions in Japan, both in physical and digital forms. The announcement was made by the Sony Interactive Entertainment in Japan through a press statement.
"Horizon: Zero Dawn" Limited Editions Will Be Offered For Free
Both the two Limited Editions of "Horizon: Zero Dawn" are reportedly free upgrade to the regular edition for those who will pre-order prior the local release on March 3. Meantime, the "Horizon: Zero Dawn" European release is set on March 1, while the game is reported to be released in North America on Feb. 28.
"Horizon: Zero Dawn" digital Limited Edition is said to be similar to the North American release, which will be priced at $10 more than the regular edition. The digital edition is likewise the same with the Nora Armor that is being distributed as a GameStop-exclusive pre-order bonus.
On the other hand, the "Horizon: Zero Dawn" physical Limited Edition reportedly includes the same, although the artbook will also be the same. Reports also indicate that the two Limited Editions will be offered at $59 or 6,900 yen plus taxes, which is also the same cost for the regular edition when "Horizon: Zero Dawn" is released, DualShockers reported.
Hideo Kojima Reveals "Horizon: Zero Dawn" Lego Set
"Horizon: Zero Dawn" Lego set was reportedly shown by Hideo Kojima through the game developer's Twitter account. The photo shows an image of a tall neck machine from the game that was made in Lego form.
Created by Guerilla Games, "Horizon: Zero Dawn" also uses the similar engine in "Death Stranding." Previously, a fan was reported to create the set prior to being asked the Community Manager of Guerilla Games about how it is built, according to GameZone.
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