Friday November 13th was a marred by violence, but gamers where also waiting for a popular title to be released. Rise of the Tomb Raider, the rebirth of Lara Croft, has gone on sale for Microsoft Xbox consoles and Xbox 360. Xbox one was able to grab the exclusive video game, which is expected to be one of the stars of Christmas.
Rise of the Tomb Raider invites players to live an epic journey with Lara Croft in her search for the secret of immortality. “Together we will visit some of the most remote and dangerous places on the planet, allowing the player to witness how Lara develop their skills and resources as a survivor, while still becoming a legendary hunter graves,” Microsoft said in a press release.
The game Rise of the Tomb Raider
The game, developed by Crystal Dynamics, repeats the formula of previous titles in one of the first great heroines game. Although the image of Lara Croft away from that stereotypical character of the first titles; It is now more human, though equally adventurous. Puzzles, shootings and challenges await players in this mixture of shooter game and platforms, and presents the character in a semi-open world.
With a remarkable graphical improvement and a Bobby Tahouri soundtrack (Game of Thrones), Rise of the Tomb Raider seeks to be the antithesis to Uncharted series from Sony, in an adventure game that promises to delight fans of the titles of adventure, exploration and survival .
Microsoft comments on the latest Tomb Raider
“We are very proud of the work they have done and Crystal Dynamics and the Xbox team could not be more pleased with the results of our collaboration”, said Phil Spencer, head of Xbox. “With the best catalog of games in the history of Xbox ready for Christmas, launching Rise of the Tomb Raider becomes another exciting experience with which to enjoy Xbox million fans worldwide, he added.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is now available on Xbox One the recommended price of $70, 64.99 euros and for the Xbox 360, priced at $59, or 49.99 euros.
Rise of the Tomb Raider Screen shots