While waiting for Square Enix to release the Shadow of the Tomb Raider in September, we have a new underwater survivor who shows that Lara Croft tries his best to avoid traps and enemies. Square Enix also revealed difficulty settings for the Shadow of the Tomb Raider, but more about it later.
The short underwater survival sailor, which you can check out at the end of this article, starts with Lara as a diver of a rock in water. Then she sees to swim through various caves probably in search of a hidden entrance. The shadow of Tomb Raider's trailer also shows that Lara Croft prevents an unsuspecting enemy by popping up from a lake and pulling the thread down. She has also been shown to try to open a door and attack a kind of aquatic animal who has bitten her hand and refused to let her go and also on a fun scene where Lara Croft tries to escape the lava as she is very close to a volcano . 1
This was revealed by the developer Eidos Montreal via a blog post on Steam, discovered by VG247. However, if you choose Deadly Obsession difficulty settings, you must play all the elements in the game at the most difficult level.
For a better idea of whether you want to play this game, check out the Shadow of the Tomb Raider's E3 2018 trailer. That trailer showed detailed game shooting, where Lara Croft entered intense jungle battle and overloaded more enemies in a single sequence. At the moment it is clear that this game will contain a mix of stealth battle, puzzle and gunplay and we want more details closer to the game's launch.
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