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This will be the third Tomb Raider game part of the rebooted series which first started with Tomb Raider and was followed by Rise of the Tomb Raider. It was not revealed if a similar agreement between Microsoft and Square Enix will occur again. We even got a leak that seemed to confirm the game's title, which is Shadow of the Tomb Raider.More news: Here are your options if YouTube vanishes from Amazon gizmos
A Square Enix representative told Polygon that the company is not giving further details at this time beyond the announcement posted on Twitter. Our journey will begin with a major event in 2018.More news: Israeli Army Strikes Several Border Areas In Gaza
There's more raiding of the tombs in Lara Croft's future - both on film and in video games. No official title, release date, or much else was given other than the news that the game is actually in development. While we don't think this counts as the game's "official reveal", the studio's general message suggests that they are not interested in dragging these things out quite so long in terms of the reveal process. But, the good news is that the break between the game's official reveal and launch will reportedly be very a short one, meaning this time next year, barring any delays, we could already be playing the game. Most likely, the reveal will happen at next year's E3.
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