Guerrilla donates the Thunderjaw statue

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They have passed exactly four years from the release of Horizon Zero Dawn, one of the most appreciated and most successful original intellectual properties with which Sony has delighted lovers of open world action RPGs on PlayStation 4 and, since August last year, on PC.

To celebrate the event, the guys from Guerrilla Games take to Twitter and involve fans of the sci-fi epic starring Aloy by launching a contest that is giving away a magnificent Thunderjaw collectible statue (Thunder devouring in Italian), one of the most dangerous machines that populate the open world dimension of Zero Dawn and which, presumably, we will find in a renewed form also in Horizon Forbidden West.

Those who want to participate in this nice initiative must follow the Guerrilla Twitter channel and reply to the post of the Dutch authors with a message that you tell the community “which method do you prefer to take down Thunderjaw in the game”. The deadline for publishing your message is set for 16:00 Italian time Wednesday 3 March.

To stay on topic: you have already seen the unique animation that shows what the Horizon Zero Dawn played on PC at 72p? On the pages of Everyeye.it you will also find our special on the future PC of Sony exclusives after Horizon Zero Dawn, with many food for thought shared last year by Giuseppe Arace on the strategy of openness to multi-platform of the Japanese technological giant which, in recent days, has further materialized with theofficial announcement of Days Gone’s arrival on PC.

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