A new Tomb Raider is on the way

A new Tomb Raider is on the way

The Tomb Raider franchise is well known even outside of the world of video games, and it has evolved quite a bit over the years. The first games starring Lara Croft are far different from the latest installments in the series, and even the character itself has changed its appearance and now looks more realistic. Crystal Dynamics took over the development of Tomb Raider in 2003 and managed to take the series to a new level of popularity thanks to a different approach to the gameplay. The Tomb Raider reboot from 2013, followed by Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider, took the series in a completely different direction that the fans love.

But Crystal Dynamics has more surprises coming for Tomb Raider fans. The studio recently announced that a new game is in the works, and it will be using Unreal 5 as the graphics engine.



"This new engine translates to next-level storytelling and gameplay experiences, and that's why we're thrilled to announce today that we've just started development of our next Tomb Raider game, powered by Unreal Engine 5.

Our goal is to push the envelope of fidelity and to deliver the high-quality cinematic action-adventure experience that fans deserve from both Crystal Dynamics and the Tomb Raider franchise. We can't wait to take this journey together."

Epic Games' latest creation seems to be the perfect tool to create games of this type, and several other studios are adopting it for their upcoming projects, including CD Projekt Red for the new The Witcher

Unfortunately, there's no other information about the new Tomb Raider game, and we will probably have to wait for a while until we can see some footage. Meanwhile, there are plenty of other Tomb Raider games that you can enjoy. We recommend you to check out the price for Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider codes on our comparator to purchase them cheap.

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