It’s been two years since Lara Croft’s last video game outing-a harsh trilogy of developer Crystal Dynamics Capper Shadow of the Tomb Raider-and now, finally, Square Enix is in the form of next year’s Tomb Raider Reloaded. Teasing Lara’s long postponed return. You may want to ease your expectations right away, but in the addendum it’s a free-to-play mobile game.
Square shared the announcement news of Tomb Raider Reloaded On twitterHowever, except for the work of developers Emerald City Games (recently responsible for the free play effort GI Joe: Cobra War) and Square, most of the methods of additional information about the new “Action Arcade” project are provided. Wasn’t Enix’s London mobile team.
However, those who are absolutely anxious for additional details have the option of dissecting the 40 second long teaser trailer that accompanies the announcement. It provides a dramatic slow-motion pan to some menacing pose enemies, such as wolves, rock monsters, and giant spiders. And T. Rex-the gun burned before settling on Lara herself.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t shed light on Lara’s latest adventures from a gameplay perspective, but we’ll take a closer look at the art style we’ve chosen, describe it as “potentially fragmented,” and leave it alone.
Of course, next year will mark the 25th anniversary of the Tomb Raider series-Lara’s debut, developed by British Studio Core Design and released in 1996-yes. Hopefully Today’s Tomb Raider Reloaded News is just the beginning of Square Enix’s birthday celebration for one of the most iconic characters in video games. I wish you success..