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A Tomb Raider trilogy compilation has been leaked

A Tomb Raider trilogy compilation has been leaked

If you had told anyone 30 years ago that any fictional archeologist would become as famous as Indiana Jones nobody would have believed it. But Lara Croft has managed to reach the same level of popularity as the unforgettable protagonist of George Lucas' films. In the first case, the movies were adapted to video games, and in the case of Tomb Raider, it's exactly the opposite. You can think of Lara as a modern Indy of sorts, although we have to say that their style is completely different. Whatever the case, Tomb Raider is still one of the most popular video game franchises and it has evolved quite a bit over the years. The last few games in the series still offer you adventures based on action, platforms, and puzzles, but Square Enix's reimagination of Tomb Raider offers a more mature approach to the character, with a deeper focus on the protagonist and a new storyline, stealth mechanics, and multiplayer.



Rise of the Tomb Raider and Shadow of the Tomb Raider complete the trilogy that started with Tomb Raider in 2013, and it seems that you will have the opportunity of getting all three games in a brand new package whose existence has been leaked on the Microsoft Store. The page of the game has been deleted already, but it seems that Tomb Raider: Definitive Survivor Trilogy will include quite a bit of content.

"This collection contains all the definitive edition content from each critically acclaimed prequel title-Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition."

"With all the definitive edition content from each game, this Trilogy promises dozens of hours of breathtaking exploration, challenging puzzle-solving, and survival combat with Lara as she becomes the Tomb Raider she was destined to become."

Before it was removed, you could also see that Tomb Raider: Definitive Survivor Trilogy is slated for a release on March 18, so we can't really understand the reason for removing it, unless some kind of spectacular announcement was planned for it or something. 

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