Horizon Forbidden West Papercraft

PlayStation Asia Releases Horizon Forbidden West Papercraft Designs

PlayStation Asia has released two free Horizon Forbidden West papercraft designs for people to download and build. Fans can now build both the Sunwing and Clawstrider machines from the game, which come in two colored and non-colored versions. Additionally, PlayStation Asia has uploaded a step-by-step video guide detailing how to build the papercraft models via YouTube.

Where can I download the Horizon Forbidden West papercraft designs?

Both the Sunwing and Clawstrider papercraft designs are available to download entirely for free on the PlayStation Asia website in the form of a PDF file. In addition to a printer and ink (depending on which version you choose), users will also require some glue and scissors for cutting out the pieces.

Aside from that, both models only require a few dozen A4-sized pages of paper to craft. Nevertheless, both models look fairly impressive and surprisingly intricate once completed. If you’re confident in your paper crafting abilities, you can also use the#HFWPapercraft hashtag on Twitter and mention the @PlayStationAsia account for a chance to win a Horizon Forbidden West gift set. Unfortunately, the campaign is limited to participating countries in South East Asia.

Additionally, PlayStation Asia also commissioned four artists from various countries in South East Asia for illustrations of Aloy from Horizon Forbidden West. The illustrations are available for download as desktop and mobile device backgrounds, on the same page as the papercraft models. Furthermore, Sony has also set up a 10-foot tall Clawstrider statue in Sydney, Australia, as part of its ongoing promotional campaign. The Clawstrider statue is also set to appear in 15 other cities around the world.

You can check out the Clawstrider and Sunwing papercraft models in the introduction video below:

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