The game focuses on the first adventure of Lara Croft, and the action shapes the future Tomb Raider.
(Mirror Daily, United States) – Older gamers know how it’s like to grow up exploring mysteries with Lara Croft and the reboots of the game are a dream came true for both old and new gaming enthusiasts. And with the PC version now available, the new “Rise of the Tomb Raider” is all you will want to play.
Lara Croft is back in higher quality, visually and plot-related speaking. The graphics are outstanding, and the story will glue you to your chair as you try to find out who Trinity is and what lies in the secret cave in Syria or under the iciness of Siberia. Is it the secret of immortality the Croft senior disappeared for or is just a game story that refuses to let you do anything else than play it? All we know for sure is that “Rise of the Tomb Raider” is all you will want to play on your PC starting this January.
The game focuses on the legacy that Lara’s father bestows upon her. In the teaser trailer, Lara is presented reading his notes and discovering clues about something called the “divine source”, which, as we are hinted, is the secret of immortality.
The problem for Lara Croft is that she isn’t the only one looking for the mysterious supernatural force. Her father’s diary warns her about a group called “Trinity” that will do anything to get their hands on the divine source.
Her quests take her from the Syrian Desert where she discovers an undercover cave where the source might be, to the icy cold Siberia. While exploring she is continuously pursued and attacked by members of the Trinity.
It’s basically a twist on the Prince of Persia game. The protagonist goes on to a dangerous quest of finding the secret of immortality, or any Indiana Jones movie. But this doesn’t make it a bad game, on the contrary.
As the name suggests, the game focuses on the “Rise of the Tomb Raider”, which means the gamer witnesses the birth of Lara Croft, the bad gun-wielding, bomb-planting, parkour and martial arts expert that she turns out to be in the other games. So they will be able to see a young, naïve Lara learning all about guns, explosives and fight moves.
Apart from the great game design, the new Tomb Raider also features some high-quality cinematics that does an impressive job completing the story.
All in all, the PC version of “Rise of the Tomb Raider” is all you will want to play.
You can check out the trailer in the video below.
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