Shadow Of The Tomb Raider’s Opening Minutes Have Crashed Down On Us

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The first fifteen minutes of Shadow Of The Tomb Raider have been released and it looks like we are off to a familiar start in this part of the Tomb Raider saga

If you were looking to spoil the opening fifteen minutes to Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, then you have come to the right place as that is what we have here for you today. For some reason Eidos-Montréal has opted to let IGN ruin the opening to the game in the midst of all of the other things we could have received here. It is either that or Square Enix sees this as a great way to get us all amped for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider to launch in just over a month from now. Nonetheless, that is what we have here for you so you have been informed thusly. If you were looking to not get anything spoiled besides gameplay mechanics, then you may want to move right along from here.

If you are still here, then you are ready to have Shadow Of The Tomb Raider's opening minutes ruined for yourself. It all looks to be the raw opening to the game as we have Lara and crew in a terrible travel situation that ends with here crashing down on another deserted location of sorts. One should learn to never travel with her in these stories. That or maybe we should see Lara get to a location perfectly fine in one instance and then have all the enemies show up. Unless I am wrong, all of these new Tomb Raider titles have started with her in this same situation. Even if it is not where we start off when the gameplay actually begins.

All of that said, you can move along and take a look at what is about to be spoiled for you here for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider. It is definitely heavier on the story side of things than it is on the gameplay side. We do get to see a few of the tutorials pop up to explain how to move and other basics, but there is not much in the way of actual gameplay and a whole lot more in the way of in-engine scenes to spoil some of the fun. Enjoy.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider — The First 15 Minutes

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider will be available on the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, and Windows PC/Steam on September 14th. Fans can also pre-order to play the game early on September 12th.

Did you choose to spoil the opening to Shadow Of The Tomb Raider or are you going to hold out until September 14th to see it all? Are you curious as to why Lara is in another vessel that is about to crash and burn at the opening of the game again? Do you think we will have to follow the story path offered up here or could Lara have gone a different way yet still get the desired outcome? Let us and the world know what you are thinking down in the comments and then discuss. For more of this kind of footage for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, be sure to check back in on the site here. We will have that as well as general gameplay for those who do not want the game spoiled as of yet.