LEGO Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck: New All-Time Low Price for Prime Day

Horizon Forbidden West is a terrific PlayStation exclusive, and it’s also the basis for one of the coolest LEGO sets around. And right now, for Prime Day, the Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck LEGO set is on sale for a new all-time low price. It sports an MSRP of $89.99, but you can grab it now for $62.99 at Amazon — provided you’re a Prime member (sign up here). And if you’re interested in more deals, check out our best Prime Day deals mega-post.

LEGO Horizon Tallneck Set Prime Day Deal

LEGO Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck

What makes the LEGO Tallneck building kit so great? For starters, it’s a big set, comprised of 1,222 pieces. Fittingly for the giant mechanical dinosaur creatures from Horizon Forbidden West, it’s taller than you might expect. Once built, this set stands over a foot tall. It also comes with an adorable Aloy minifigure (complete with a bow and a buildable spear), plus a Watcher mini-build as well. You can give the Watcher blue, yellow, or red eyes, depending on how dangerous you’re feeling.

This Horizon Tallneck set is part of LEGO’s line of builds intended for adults. It comes in a black box, with a big 18+ label on it. To that end, it’s intended more for display than for play. It comes with a display stand that includes a properly sized birch tree and a rusty apocalyptic stoplight.

For more information, you can check out our We Built the LEGO Horizon Tallneck feature, which goes into the overall experience in detail. And while we’re on the subject, also be sure to take a look at our picks for the best Nintendo LEGO sets, as well as the best Marvel LEGO sets.

Chris Reed is a deals expert and commerce editor for IGN. He also runs IGN’s board game and LEGO coverage. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed or on Mastodon @chrislreed.



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