Tomb Raider Definitive Edition

Release Date: January 30, 2014
Platforms: Playstation 4, Xbox One
Developer: Crystal Dynamics
Publisher: Square Enix
Mode(s)Single player and Multiplayer


When a sudden storm destroyes her reseach vessel, a young and innexperienced Lara Croft finds herself stranded on a mysterious and remote island off the shores of Japan.

Despite several signs of various inhabitants the island is oddly deserted, and an uneasy feeling settles in as strange sounds emerge from the shadows. With only her determination, inner strength, and resourcefulness to help her, Lara must overcome the challenges of a harsh and unforgiving journey that will take her across a vast island wilderness and deep into the claustrophobic and menacing underground tombs from the island's past.

As she struggles to prevail through brutal combat encounters and treacherous exploration, Lara will be pushed to her limits and forced to adapt to her situation in order to survive and escape from the lethal predators that stalk her every move.


Released in January 2014, this version of the Tomb Raider 2013 introduced some graphical changes and a new and improved Lara model, now with the added feature of AMD's Tress FX.

The game now runs at a native 1080p in both consoles, but the framerate was capped at 30fps on the Xbox One, due to instability, while on Playstation 4 the framerate was kept at 60.

It also utilizes Kinect voice commands to navigate through menus and change equipment.All the downloadable content released on the original version were included on this package, such as an additional tomb, outfits, various multiplayer maps and weapons.


Artbook Packaging:

Limited Artbook Packaging

Source: Wiki Raider & Wikipedia
Screenshots: Edming (TR2013 and Definitive Edition)

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