Tomb Raider Remake: No Release Date – Lara Impressions?

By Alan Ng - Dec 7, 2010

We have some exciting news for Tomb Raider fans now, as Square Enix has just announced that a new Tomb Raider game is on the way next year. We don’t have much details on the game yet, but we do have a first picture of Lara to show you.

As reported from VG247, the game will be developed by the guys over at Crystal Dynamics and at the moment, we dont know what platforms the game will be coming to, or a confirmed release date – we’re presuming it’s due out sometime next year though.

Square Enix has teased that the new game will introduce a brand new, ‘younger’ Lara Croft, and that the new game will make gamers ‘forget everything’ they previously knew about the franchise – sounds interesting.

The good news, is that the game will be revealed in the next issue of GameInformer. Their cover art for the issue also reveals what Lara will look like, and it’s a lot different to the tight-shorts, sunglasses wearing Lara that we were using to seeing back on the PlayStation.

What are your thoughts on the game, and the appearance of the new Lara? Are you interested in this remake from Square-Enix or not?

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  • gustavo

    as long as it keeps with the tumbs, the way they did in TRA, it will be awesome. Just can't wait for playing

  • Rachel

    I'm very excited! I have followed all of Laura's games except AOD as this was totally unacceptable to take Lara out of her original surroundings and completely change her way of doing things! (What was with talking to city folk) I hope this game brigs a fresh start but still keeps the original idea of Lara and doesn't become a game made to only bring money and new customers without regard for the true Laura Croft Fans. but still excited to see what it's all about.

  • Chrissy

    read about it in GameInformer. sounds really cool. i am super excited to play it!!!!!!

  • Stive

    can’t wait it’s release