The rebooted Crystal Dynamics trilogy might be headed to new consoles with enhancements.
Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal, and Square Enix have, all said and done, been collectively successful in reimagining and rebooting the famed Tomb Raider series with their trilogy of games released over the past few years. While fans are no doubt curious about what comes next, before we get to see that, it looks like we’ll be getting a chance to revisit its recent past first.
A listing for Tomb Raider: Definitive Survivor Trilogy recently popped up on the Microsoft Store, and though the listing has since been taken down, you can check out a screencap of the listing below (courtesy of ResetEra). As per the description and details on the listing, the trilogy will support 4K resolution and HDR 10, and will include Tomb Raider: Defintive Edition, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition.
2021 is, of course, the series’ 25th anniversary, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix celebrating that with a release such as this one. Meanwhile, the series’ developers recently also suggested that future games in the series would look to unify both of its timelines, which should be interesting to follow for series fans. Read more on that through here.