Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s Launch Trailer Introduces Lara Croft’s Newest Adventure

Square Enix released the launch trailer of Shadow of the Tomb Raider and another showcasing support for an eye-tracking peripheral.

on September 9, 2018 7:04 PM

Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have gone all-out this weekend with trailers of Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Today they released two more, which added to two yesterday, means four in two days. I’m not sure if that’s a record, but it’s certainly sizable.

The first trailer we get today is the launch trailer of the game, which makes sense since we’re less than a week away (I know, I know, once upon a time, launch trailers happened on launch day). It gives a nice bird-eye view of the story of the game and of the gorgeous environments we’ll have to explore as Lara.

The second is a little more peculiar, as it shows how the development team integrated support for Tobii’s eye-tracking controller into the game. It’s certainly niche, but very interesting.

You can watch the trailer below. If you want to see more of the game you can also watch the one from yesterday about Xbox One X support, and the reveal of photo mode. You should also not forget to read our preview from E3 2018.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider will launch on September 14th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If you want to reserve a copy, you can currently pre-order it on Amazon.

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