Tomb Raider I-III Remastered: It’s Official, A Remastered Version Of The Original Games Is Coming! [VIDEO]

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered is coming soon to Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation and Xbox!



The original Tomb Raider was released back in 1996 for SEGA Saturn, PlayStation and MS-Dos. Since then, Lara Croft’s Indiana Jones-inspired adventures have captured the hearts of fans for decades. Now it looks like it’s finally getting its own remastered version.

Fans have been demanding for some time that the original Tomb Raider trilogy be remastered for the modern age. Well, fans, your wish has been granted. During today’s Nintendo Direct, it was announced that the original trilogy would be released in a gorgeous collection in remastered form.

The remasters will be produced by Aspyr, who have previously ported Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and its sequel to Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.

“Follow the iconic Lara Croft around the world and face off against deadly foes and dangerous myths. Experience the classics boasting upgraded graphics, with the option to switch to the original polygonal look at any time,” reads the description of Tomb Raider I-III Remastered.

Based on the announcement trailer, it looks like the remastered games in the collection will be very faithful to the source material. They will retain its wonderful polygonal visuals. Still, the characters and environmental textures have received an impressive update. It looks like the gameplay will remain as it was, but we seriously wouldn’t have it any other way.

What’s more, players will be able to switch between the original visuals and the revamped update on the fly. Furthermore, the collection will include all previously released DLC and secret maps that were initially included in the PC ports. The expansions include “The Unfinished Business” (Tomb Raider), “The Gold Mask” (Tomb Raider II) and “The Lost Artifact” (Tomb Raider III).

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered will be released on 14 February 2024, which happens to be Lara Croft’s birthday.

Source: YouTube

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