Horizon Forbidden West is no doubt an amazing game, as is the contents that come in its Regalla Edition, complete with a Tremortusk statue. As we get our hands on our very own Horizon Forbidden West Regalla Edition, let’s look at each of the goodies that come in the box!
Once you remove the box, the first thing you’ll see is the packaging used to keep everything inside. What’s so special about the packaging? Have a look a:
All sides of the internal packaging feature gorgeous promotional art for the game. From Aloy holding her spear to the various Machines that players can face in the game, we had to be extra careful not to damage the cover.
Steelbook Display Case and Mini Art Book
The Steelbook display case and mini art book can be found next to each other once you remove all the packaging. The display case is where you’ll find the codes to the PS4 and PS5 versions of the game and as the name implies, you’ll definitely want to put it on a shelf somewhere in full view.
The mini art book, on the other hand, contains tonnes of concept art and illustrations used for the game. Any fan of the Horizon series would love to have this on their hands.
Art Cards, Map and Accessories
Horizon Forbidden West Regalla Edition also comes with other interesting goodies, like these two art cards. Both are in black and white and have cool watercolour-style art to them. While one of them is obviously Aloy, the other one looks like a feather at first, but is actually Aloy’s spear.
Anyone who’s in love with Horizon Forbidden West‘s lore will certainly feel the same way with the canvas map that comes with the Regalla Edition. It’s highly detailed, showcasing the different terrain and geography of the game’s open world.
The box also comes with two small figures. Anyone who’s played the game will recognise this as the Sunwing and Clawstrider pieces used in the in-game minigame, Machine Strike. Pretty neat.
Sunwing Machine Strike piece
Clawstrider Machine Strike piece
Another cool piece of memorabilia is the replica of the Focus used by Aloy in the game. It comes with its own stand and can be detached to be worn around your ear, making it perfect for cosplayers. Pressing it also causes it to emit blue light.
Time to address the elephant, or in this case, the mammoth in the room. Behold, the Regalla Tremortusk statue:
The Tremortusk statue looks equally intimidating to when we first fought it in-game. The colours pop out and the level of detail that went into its making is incredible. Just look at this beauty.
The statue also has a few tricks up its sleeve. You can adjust the Tremortusk’s trunk and point it in different directions. The coolest thing about the statue is that its eyes can light up!
As long as it has batteries, its mechanical eyes will shine. There are 6 different LEDs, 3 in each eye. You can set it so that the eyes change colour. The colours cycle between blue, yellow and red, representing the various states of how the Tremortusk responds in the wild.
The Tremortusk actually isn’t alone—it also has Tenakth warriors riding on its back. You can see them posing dynamically from the safety of their massive mount.
To complete this magnificent set piece, there’s also the statue of Aloy, ready to face off against the Tremortusk. The size difference is insane.
Finally, the Horizon Forbidden West Regalla Edition also comes with some digital goodies, which are:
- Photo Mode Unlocks
- Apex Clawstrider Strike Piece
- In-game Resources Pack
- Digital Soundtrack
- Horizon Zero Dawn Vol. 1: The Sunhawk Digital Comic Book
- Carja Behemoth Elite Outfit and Short Bow
- Nora Thunder Elite Outfit and Sling
- Nora Legacy Outfit and Spear
That’s it for this unboxing! If you’re keen on getting the Regalla Edition yourself, it’s priced at RM 1,099. Visit your local retailers to find out if they have the Regalla Edition in stock.
Read our review of Horizon Forbidden West to learn more about the game. To purchase the game, head over to its page on the PlayStation Store.
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