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The open world of Horizon Zero Dawn is striking both in its scope and in its fullness and diversity. For those who like to study the vastness of the post-post-apocalyptic world, the developers have prepared a lot of interesting things. This includes collectibles. If you want to find them all, do not worry. Hermit Gamer approached this part of the game with a sense of proportion, and in order to satisfy his inner collector, the player does not need much time. And with this guide, it will be even easier to do. All Horizon Zero Dawn collectibles fall into four categories: viewpoints, ancient vessels, Metal Flower Horizon Zero Dawn, and Banuk figures. Viewpoints will help you better understand the background of the world you are exploring. The rest cannot boast of this, but they can be sold for a good price to three merchants in Meridian. To make them easier to find, we advise you to buy cards from some merchants that will narrow your search. We also want to note that in this guide we will only talk about those collectibles that the game itself calls collectibles. There are also various diaries, notes, holograms and audio files scattered throughout the Horizon world that add context to your walkthrough. But these items in no way affect the percentage of completion of the game or to achieve achievements. There are too many of them to be included in the scope of this preview. Moreover, it is much more difficult to find them because of the reason for the lack of any game cards to help with this. Therefore, we will leave it to you for now.

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