Nora Thunder Elite Outfit & Sling Horizon Forbidden West

The Horizon Forbidden West Nora Thunder Elite outfit and sling are part of the more expensive editions of the game that you can get. However, you cannot access your bonus stuff immediately, which will probably confuse some players. They might think that they’ve encountered some sort of bug or something. Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s likely not a glitch; you just have to work to earn the stuff. Let’s get into the details, shall we?

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Nora Thunder Elite Outfit & Sling Horizon Forbidden West

How to Get Nora Thunder Elite Outfit and Sling in Horizon Forbidden West

The first thing you need to do to get the Nora Thunder Elite outfit and sling in Horizon Forbidden West is to get either the Digital Deluxe, Collector’s, and Regalla Edition of the game. They will cost you $80, $200, and $260. respectively, and they come with a bunch of extra items, including the outfit and sling we’re talking about. There might be a way to actually craft the armor later on in the game, but we haven’t discovered it yet. Let us know in the comments if you have, and we’ll be sure to update the guide.

However, you won’t be able to access these goodies right from the jump. Instead, you’re gonna have to go through the opening of the game without them. Keep playing until you reach the first settlement, like Chainscrape, for example. Once in the city, find your stash (the icon looks like a chest with antlers on top). You will find both the Horizon Forbidden West Nora Thunder Elite outfit and sling inside. Make sure to equip them and try them out for a bit, just to see if they work for you and get used to the sling.

And that’s basically all there is to it. Both the outfit and the sling are “only” Uncommon in rarity, meaning that they will give you an advantage at the beginning, but not for too long. You’ll still have to obtain higher-level gear if you want to survive the later areas and robots. Good luck!

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