Horizon Raw Materials: New merchandise update

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Horizon Raw Materials: New merchandise update

Things are moving and shaking in the world of Horizon Forbidden West — and no, it’s not just that Shellsnapper emerging from the swamp.

Last month we were honored to present the announce trailer for Horizon Forbidden West to the PlayStation community during PlayStation’s The Future of Gaming digital showcase event. Next month will be equally exciting, as we’ll introduce the world of Horizon to a whole new community when Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition launches on PC. This month we’d like to present something of a very different nature: Horizon Raw Materials, a new merchandise brand aimed at extending the world of Horizon beyond video games. In this update we’ll cover the first assortment of apparel, tabletop games, comic books and music released under the new brand, so let’s dig right in!

Horizon Raw Materials Apparel by Insert Coin

Insert Coin is one of the leading names in high quality video game inspired apparel, so we were thrilled to join forces with them for a range of exclusive, officially licensed wares. Take a look at their hot new Horizon Raw Materials clothing line inspired by Horizon Forbidden West:

Aloy 2.0: Cord Sherpa Jacket

Pre-order starts July 10 @ 8AM PT / 4PM BST

Price: GBP £84.99*, USD $95 (approx.)**

Ships to US, Canada, Europe (excluding Russia), Australia, New Zealand 

Focus: Beanie & Pin Set

Pre-order starts July 10  @ 8 AM PT / 4PM BST

Price: GBP £27.99*, USD $32 (approx.)**

Ships to US, Canada, Europe (excluding Russia), Australia, New Zealand

Tremortusk: Striped Short Sleeve Tee

Pre-order starts July 10  @ 8 AM PT / 4PM BST

Price: GBP £23.99*, USD $27 (approx.)**

Ships to US, Canada, Europe (excluding Russia), Australia, New Zealand

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Board Game

Successfully funded on Kickstarter in less than two hours, the eagerly awaited Horizon Zero Dawn: The Board Game by Steamforged Games is now nearing completion. If you missed out on the Kickstarter campaign, there’s still time to put in a limited edition all-in pledge that gives you access to the core game (pictured below), all ten expansion packs, AND the Kickstarter-exclusive miniatures via the Steamforged Games web store. The core game is slated to ship in November 2020, with additional expansion packs shipping in July 2021.

Available to pre-order now, until July 16, 2020, 4pm PST / July 17, 2020, 12am BST 

Price: USD $360*, EUR €315.00*, GBP £280.00*

Ships to US, Canada, Europe (excluding Russia and Ukraine), Australia, New Zealand

We’ve had a lot of fun playing the game during Steamforged Games’ visit to the Guerrilla studio:

Horizon Raw Materials: New merchandise update

Horizon Zero Dawn Comic Book Series

Published by Titan Comics, the Horizon Zero Dawn comic book spin-off by artist Ann Maulina and writer Anne Toole takes place after the events of the original game, and focuses on the skilled Carja hunter Talanah. The title will be part of Free Comic Book Day, with a special FCBD issue set to hit comic book stores on July 22.

Issue #1 in the series will feature beautiful variant covers from Ann Maulina, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, Peach Momoko and Lois van Baarle, and will be released on August 5.

Available to pre-order now until August 5

Price: USD $8*or $3.99* for digital copy, EUR €3.99 (approx.)**,  GBP £2.65 (approx.)**

Available in US & CAN, UK & Europe, digitally worldwide, and at Comic Book Retailers Worldwide

For more insight into how we’re bringing the world of Horizon to the medium of comics, be sure to check out this interview with Studio Director/Art Director Jan-Bart van Beek and Narrative Director Ben McCaw:

Horizon Raw Materials: New merchandise update

Also, don’t miss the special spotlight panel recorded for Comic-Con@Home 2020 and featuring the full creative team behind the comic book series, which will air on July 23 at 2pm PDT / 10pm BST / 11pm CEST!

Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West Music Releases

To celebrate the upcoming launch of Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC, Republic of Music will release a limited re-issue of the award-winning Horizon Zero Dawn soundtrack by composers Joris de Man, The Flight, Jonathan Williams, Niels van der Leest and the Guerrilla Audio Team in September. If you weren’t able to get your hands on this highly collectible 4-disc vinyl soundtrack the first time around, now’s your chance as it’s available for pre-order now!

Available to pre-order now until sold out (white edition strictly limited to 500 copies)

Price: GBP £50* 

Worldwide Shipping

Different colour variant available later this year at select retailers

And speaking of Horizon soundtracks, we have good news for those of you who can’t get enough of the theme song from the Horizon Forbidden West announcement trailer! Composed by Joris de Man and featuring the angelic vocals of Julie Elven, the track “Promise of the West” is available now for streaming and purchase on all major digital music channels in collaboration with our friends at Sony Masterworks.

As you can probably tell from the lineup above, it’s a great time to be a Horizon fan. This is just the tip of the iceberg, though — we have many more exciting Horizon Raw Materials updates planned for the future, so stay tuned to the PlayStation Blog and Guerrilla’s Twitter account for the latest news!

*Recommended retail price plus applicable tax and shipping.
**Plus applicable tax and shipping. Prices may vary based on daily conversion rate.

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  • Only on PlayStation

    Will never be forgiven

    • You really should seek psychiatric help.

    • Makes you wonder what else will be going to PC

    • Setting aside how hyperbolic that and many of your other comments are, I think you’re not really grasping how exclusives are actually bad – not only for the consumer, but for developers, too. If you’re really interested in Sony’s success, don’t you see that having a larger audience able to purchase their games benefits them? Or is it not really about the company you profess your love for, is it really about you feeling some sort of superiority because people who bought different toys than you are excluded? The simple truth is that the more platforms a game is available on, the more potential copies can be sold – both the developers and the consumers win. In a perfect world, every title would be available on every platform, and the choice would simply be what hardware you prefer to play it on.

    • Lol. You really need to get over it. Blind fanboyism is so unhealthy, this company owes you nothing. More people get to play a good game, that should be encouraged, not condemned. Let it go, you’ll feel a lot better.

    • If things go to PC more people get to play them but more importantly these very expensive bespoke first party games have more of a chance to recoup the cost of production.

    • You claim that they’re “liars” and “traitors” but those “liars” and “traitors” worked hard in their entire lifetime to get to where they are now and what did you work in your lifetime? Insulting hard-working people behind your keyboard?

    • tew, calm down you drama queen.

    • Man that super dramatic. That not a lie it can be a console exclusive and still is. Take a chill pill man jesus.

  • Now THIS is how you launch a game marketing campaign! Holy cow! Someone deserves a promotion! :)

  • On the other hand, $360 for a board game, someone deserves to be fired for that! :)

    • It’s not just the board game (which is already pretty big and extensive), but also the 10 expansions and Kickstarter figures. It’s still a high price but it’s not just the board game for that price.

  • Really cool stuff. I like the jacket and the board game. Comic books could be interesting as well.
    Maybe they can adapt the board game into a mobile game also. It’s a lot easier to play it on the go and cheaper to buy.

  • I really hope those select retailers for the vinyl box-set variants later this year are US-based – that shipping cost is a really rough sell.

  • Haha what is this cheesy clothing line? It has absolutely nothing to do with Horizon. I feel sorry for any chode who buys this stuff

  • Oooh, the board game. I hope it is good.

  • I think I must be completely out of touch with today’s prices. 280 quid for a board game? It’s not like the days of ‘Operation’ or ‘Mousetrap’ that’s for sure.

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