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The 15 statues have been put on display to celebrate the release of Horizon Forbidden West, and will remain on display until February 24.
The Clawstrider is a new combat machine that appears in Forbidden West, and resembles a feathered dinosaur.
It’s one of a number of mountable machines that Aloy can ride during the game.
Horizon Forbidden West - the VGC review
The full list of locations where the Clawstriders can be found is:
- UAE – Dubai
- Australia – Sydney, Royal Botanical Gardens
- Russia – Moscow, Depo FoodMall
- South Korea – Seoul, The Lotte World Tower
- Poland – Warsaw, Palace of Culture & Science
- Spain – Madrid, Callao Square
- USA – NYC, Times Square
- USA – San Francisco, Embarcadero
- Canada – Toronto
- UK – London, Waterloo Station
- France – Paris, Gare Saint-Lazare
- Mexico – Mexico City, Telcel Theatre
- Brazil – Sao Paulo, Avenida Paulisto
- Argentina – Buenos Aires, Planetario Galileo Galilei
- Chile – Santiago, Parque Araucano
Horizon Forbidden West was released on February 18, following a delay (the game was originally scheduled to release in 2021).
VGC’s Horizon Forbidden West review called it “a stunning sequel” that “improves on its predecessor in every way”.
“When it comes to sequels that are significantly better than the original, a game that often comes to mind is Assassin’s Creed 2,” wrote VGC critic Jordan Middler.
“The jump from the first Assassin’s Creed to its sequel perfectly represents what a studio can do once it’s found its feet with the first instalment of a franchise – expanding on what worked, listening to what its players didn’t like, and taking advantage of not having to learn to walk at the same time.
“While Horizon Forbidden West just falls short of replacing Assassin’s Creed 2 in this analogy, it gets very close. With better combat, a compelling story and a jaw-droppingly beautiful world, it’s an improvement on the original in every way, even if it does hold on to a few open-world tropes that we could have left behind.”