Although Crystal Dynamics already completed its latest Tomb Raider trilogy ending with Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the firm’s newest venture under Embracer Group & Amazon opens a new series coming in the near future. So far, it is revealed that the series is to introduce Unreal Engine 5 visuals to the Crystal Dynamics experience.
Additionally, Amazon’s involvement with Tomb Raider is reported to be loaning roughly $600 million which only trumps the previous Lord of the Rings transaction it made previously. In a separate report, the effort is said to include a video game, television series, and film all intertwined to an overall connected story.
At the recent Nintendo Direct, it is revealed that the classic Tomb Raider trilogy is coming to the platform. You can watch the trailer in the video below:
“Uncover treasures of the ancient world by solving puzzles and unraveling mysteries lost to the ravages of time. Follow the iconic Lara Croft around the world and face off against deadly foes and dangerous myths. Experience the classics boasting upgraded graphics, with the option to switch to the original polygonal look at any time,” the trailer’s description reads.
Noted, there is still more on the horizon for Lara Croft. In that, the Tomb Raider series is also expecting an anime series via Netflix at some point. You can read the full report by heading here.
Do you plan to pick up Tomb Raider I-III Remastered next year?
Tomb Raider I-III Remastered is listed for Nintendo Switch and to release on February 14, 2024.