The Tomb Raider Reboot Trilogy Is Free On The Epic Games Store

All three Tomb Raider games will be available for RM0 until 7 Jan 2022.
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Epic Games’ 15 Days of Free Games year end promotion ends with a bang by giving away Square Enix’s Tomb Raider reboot trilogy in the Epic Games Store.

Collectively, the games are worth RM425.10 and titles include:

The giveaway will end at 12:00AM on 7 Jan 2022.

Tom Raider Game of the year edition

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The first game in the reboot trilogy was developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix. It was released in March 2013.

Tomb Raider retells Lara Croft’s origin story. With an emphasis on survival the game recounts how Lara turned from a student into a battle hardened explorer.

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration Edition 

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The sequel was launched two and half years later as an Xbox 360 and Xbox One exclusive, then released in PC two months later. PlayStation received the title almost a year later with the 20 Year Celebration Edition.

Set a year after the first game, Rise of the Tomb Raider sees Lara following her father’s footsteps in search for the lost city of Kitezh and the promise of immortality.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

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The final game in the trilogy was developed by Eidos Montreal and Crystal Dynamics. It was launched in September of 2018.

In Shadow of the Tomb Raider finally depicts Lara Croft as the iconic dual pistol-wielding Tomb Raider as she races to stop the Maya apocalypse.

The Definitive Edition also includes all downloadable skins, outfits, skills as well as seven DLC tomb challenges.

What’s next?

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Now that’s all done, the Epic Game Store will return to it’s weekly free game schedule.

Up next is Clever Beans and Deep Silver’s top-down action game, Gods Will Fall.

The game will be available for free at the Epic Game Store 7 to 14 Jan 2022.

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