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Forbidden West collection now available in Europe

A photo of Aloy from Horizon Forbidden West swimming under water
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Since first opening, Fangamer Europe has been hard at work providing the good citizens of Europe with awesome gaming-related merchandise. They’ve now added a Horizon Forbidden West collection to their site. For someone who is based in Europe, like this humble article author, this is amazing news!

Collections galore!

The officially licensed collection joins the likes of Deltarune and Hollow Knight to be featured in the Fangamer Europe store. Consisting of three items, it is admittedly a kinda small amount of stuff. Quality over quantity it seems. For plush fans, the choice of either an Utaru Aloy or a Clawstrider is available. There’s also a Tallneck t-shirt to grab too. And, yes, it has a perfectly normal T-shirt neck. Something which Fangamer Europe has rather humorously specified in their marketing email.

Some sweet Horizon Forbidden West merch!

What is available?

The adorable little Clawstrider is apparently covered in razor-soft micro-minky fabric. Sounds futuristic. It’s just over 25 cm when seated and is designed by Eyes5 and Nina Matsumoto. Utaru Aloy is slightly over 20cm tall when seated and has a plush spear that attaches to her hands with magnets. She’s designed by Eyes5 and Nina Matsumoto as well.

Nina also designed the Longneck t-shirt. If you look really carefully, you can see a tiny little Aloy climbing her way to the top. The artwork is printed on soft, 100% cotton shirts from Canvas and District. There’s also a free sticker thrown in for free with the t-shirt, which is a nice added bonus! The three individual items are available for €38 euros each. All orders ship direct from the Netherlands with a flat €5 fee.

It’s a smart move to release this Horizon Forbidden West collection now. The DLC is coming out next month, and I’m sure fans are as hyped as I am for it. Burning Shores arrives on 19th April, exclusively on PlayStation 5 – which does suck for PlayStation 4 owners. I do think we are now firmly out of that transition period between old and new consoles though.

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