Tomb Raider I-II-III Remastered brings the original trilogy back to modern consoles

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The Lara Croft saga, one of the most beloved and long-lived in the gaming world, returns with a surprise for fans. During the Nintendo Direct, the trailer for Tomb Raider I-II-III Remastereda collection coming to Switch (and beyond).

The trailer for Tomb Raider I-II-III Remastered, the collection coming out in 2024

The trailer – which you can find below – highlights the differences between the original and remastered versions of the three games, highlighting the notable leap in quality in terms of details, colors and lighting. Fans will be able to relive Lara Croft’s adventures in the most iconic places of the saga, such as the Egyptian tombs, the Great Wall of China and the ruins of Atlantis.

The collection is not limited to re-proposing the three games, on the contrary. The collection also includes expansions that were released later. We are talking about Unfinished Business for Tomb Raider I, The Gold Mask for Tomb Raider II and The Lost Artifact for Tomb Raider III. This is additional content that expands the story and challenges of the main chapters.

Tomb Raider I-II-III Remastered arrives on February 14th and is already available for pre-order on the Nintendo eShop at the price of 29,99€. The game will also arrive on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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