Tomb Raider Reveals Lara Croft Redesign

First revealed back in February on the character's birthday, this is apparently the 'unified' look to be used across all forms of media.

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Once again going viral thanks to IGN re-posting an article on X, check out the Crystal Dynamics redesign for Lara Croft in the upcoming “Tomb Raider Next” video game.

The image below first surfaced on February 14, Lara’s birthday, on a newly launched Tomb Raider website.

The pic features Lara Croft looking like her classic Tomb Raider self with the blue tank top, brown shorts, and she sports two guns.

As noted, the image looks just like the character in Call of Duty, so this is assumed to be the new “unified” look of the character.

This might also be the look in the upcoming live-action series coming to Amazon Prime Video from Phoebe Waller-Bridge and The Marvels writer Megan McDonnell.

The new Tomb Raider Next video game also has Amazon Games supporting development. So again, this looks to be the unified design across all forms of media.

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What is Tomb Raider Next about?

Details are slim about the new game but there are rumors.

From back in March and May, according to X user, V Scooper:

  • Next TOMB RAIDER game will be fully open world
  • Will be set in India
  • Featuring vast sceneries
  • free use of the motorcycle, parachute, and common Lara’s traversal methods to unrestrictedly navigate across a big map and its challenges  
  • Using Unreal Engine 5
  • should be released in less than a year assuming no issues
  • A natural disaster strikes northern India revealing ancient emperor Ashoka’s ruins and artifacts
  • Lara strategically races against a Society of Raiders and other rivals for these powerful relics
  • The Society of Raiders are inspired by Lara yet unaffiliated and might have some opposite agendas
  • This also relates to a new feature based on recruiting teams and allies to strategically aid you in missions and defeating rivals
  • There’s emphasis on a new non-lethal combat option

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