Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Is Back With More Gameplay From E3 2018

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The first gameplay for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider is here now and we get to see how the franchise has evolved from the last Tomb Raider title

We have been good and waited until this year's E3 to finally see Shadow Of The Tomb Raider in motion. At least in terms of gameplay. Since it has been known that Eidos-Montréal will have the game ready for us on September 14th, it was a given that we would get to see it during Square Enix's media event this year and then again on the show floor. They could have kept all of that under wraps until the release date, but that is just not how all of this marketing thing goes to make sure we are pre-ordering and ready for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider. I guess that is good for all of us who have been dying to see just what is in store for us with the game.

Unfortunately, this new bit here is not much and does not give us a solid look at the gameplay or changes for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider. That is not to say that the game does not look like a solid follow up to the last few titles, but it is hard to tell you what is truly new and unseen for the game. There will be shooting with bows, there will be stealth takedowns, there will be running and gunning, and then will be tombs that need raiding. All that we have come to expect for a Tomb Raider title in the revitalization of this franchise. Thankfully, this was a just a taste of what was out here and we have much more to share in the coming days fresh from E3.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider — Louder Than Words

The first gameplay trailer for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider showcases the high-octane action, inner conflict, and challenges that will lead to Lara Croft’s defining moment.

As she races to save the world from a Maya apocalypse, Lara must master a deadly jungle, overcome terrifying tombs, and persevere through her darkest hour before being forged into the Tomb Raider she is destined to be.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider will be available on September 14th, 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC/Steam.

How are you feeling about Shadow Of The Tomb Raider after all of this that we have had? Are you glad that it looks like much has not changed for the game since the last one or were you hoping for some kind of vast difference over the last title? What new features would you like to see in the game that we have yet to have? Let us and the world know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, keep coming back here. We had a chance to go hands-on with the game and will give you a more in-depth breakdown that the video here is just not able to explore as of yet.