The publisher and developer for the upcoming Shadow of The Tomb Raider have been giving fans all different kinds of footage ahead of the launch in September. Now, the first 15 minutes of gameplay have been released onto the IGN YouTube Channel.
The footage that has been released showcases Lara and her partner Johna crashing landing into a jungle, the video then retraces its steps backwards to 2 days earlier where we see Lara stuck in a chasm. Lara climbs out of the chasm and begins to photograph the tomb she is in, she eventually triggers a trap which then causes the entire temple to collapse around them.
After leaving the tomb, Lara and her partner seem to be trying to locate a specific location based on star alignments. It should also be noted that the footage we are seeing is uploaded in 4K, allowing us to experience how good Shadow of The Tomb Raider will look once its released. In other news about Shadow of The Tomb Raider, if you missed the 40 seconds of 'Deadly Tombs' released check that out here. There was also a environmental trailer released so if you missed that, check it out here. Shadow of The Tomb Raider also just hit the final stage of development, the title has gone 'gold', visit that story here.
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