Hermen Hulst has given a first look at the prototype statue that's included in the Horizon: Forbidden West collector's edition.
Earlier in the week, Sony detailed some of the collector's and special editions for Horizon: Forbidden West, as well as controversially detailing the PS4 to PS5 upgrade path (or lack thereof), which it quickly doubled back on.
One of the things announced was the Regalla Edition of Horizon Forbidden West, which is the game's most expensive collector's edition. Whereas the Collector's Edition of Forbidden West also comes with a Tremortusk statue, the Regalla one has extra detailing and comes with Tenakth warriors riding it.
Hermen Hulst, head of PlayStation Studios and ex-Guerilla managing director, has taken to Twitter to share a special look at the Regalla Edition Tremortusk statue. The short Twitter video shows the huge statue in all of its glory, including a smaller statue for Aloy to the left. The Tenakth warriors can also be seen sitting atop the Tremortusk, which is decorated similarly to how we've seen it in gameplay trailers.
Hermen said, "Tremortusk that comes with the Horizon Forbidden West Regalla Edition – this is going front and center on my desk. Just to clarify: this is the super special prototype! The final Tremortusk statue will be even more intricate and awe-inspiring – details on Guerilla soon."
The prototype version of the statue looks very similar to the shots we saw from the Regalla Edition's announcement, so if the final product is going to be "even more intricate", we're curious what is going to be upgraded.