A LEGO Horizon Forbidden West Set Just Appeared On The Australian Store [Updated]

A LEGO Horizon Forbidden West Set Just Appeared On The Australian Store [Updated]
Image: Lego, PlayStation
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Update: 6/5/2022: Amazon Australia is currently stocking the Horizon: Forbidden West LEGO set, with a $10 discount included. The only catch is that it’s listing a one to two-month dispatch window, which isn’t too crash hot.

It looks like the kit is still out of stock through LEGO’s online store, so you might want to keep an eye out for when it comes back there. Apart from there, your best bet will be to check in with your local toy and hobby shops for available stock. Original story follows.

A Horizon: Forbidden West LEGO set has appeared on the Australian store.

The set features the game’s passive Tallneck robot, used by heroine Aloy to gain the high ground and get a read on the surrounding landscape. The kit features the Tallneck on a circular base with a small amount of foliage and an extremely cute Aloy minifig.

The full LEGO Horizon: Forbidden West kit weighs in at around 1220 pieces, mainly in the Tallneck structure itself. In terms of complexity, LEGO puts this set in the ‘adult’ tier. This means it may be a bit beyond the ability of younger builders but should present a fulfilling process for grown-ups. It’s also a nice display piece once complete. The full measurements are 34cm (13.5 in) high, 23cm (9 in) wide and 17cm (6.5in) deep.

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Here’s what the box likes, so you know what to look for at your local hobby shop. Image: LEGO, PlayStation

You can check out the kit right here and throw down an order if you’re so inclined. The kit will set you back $129, and deliveries usually don’t take longer than a week to arrive.

It becomes the first major video game kit to follow on from LEGO’s recent wave of Nintendo gear.

For more on Horizon: Forbidden West, you can check out our review, and what’s been happening in the game’s most recent patches.


  • Noice, have been keen for this one since its announcement. Grabbed a set and a little extra to offset shipping. I wish Lego.com had pay later options.

    (Note: it’s $129, not $119)

  • We showed up at the Lego store in Perth just after it opened today, hoping to get one.
    Apparently they only had 6 sets and those were all claimed by click and collect customers before anyone in store could get one.
    Very disappointing.

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