Tomb Raider Reloaded revealed as throwback Lara Croft sport for Android, iOS

Ruben Fields
November 24, 2020

Square Enix has announced Tomb Raider Reloaded.

Emerald City Games is most well known for developing mobile title G.I. When he's not handing out beatdowns in the latest fighting games, exploring video game history, or playing through RPGs with his partner, he's searching for new food and drinks in the constant pursuit of good times with good people inside and outside the South Texas area. Tomb Raider Reloaded features a stylized cartoony version of the classic Lara Croft from the original Tomb Raider games.

Check out this brand-new teaser trailer for Tomb Raider Reloaded, developed by our friends at Emerald City Games & the Square Enix London mobile team - coming to your mobile device in 2021!

There's a new Tomb Raider game coming to mobile in 2021 — watch the first teaser trailer here It's called Tomb Raider Reloaded

This is purely speculation though, as we still don't know for certain how the game will play. Wolves, spiders, giants and even a T-Rex are gunning after Croft!

In addition to these potential enemies, there are also the usual spike and arrow-based traps that you'll be familiar with if you've virtually raided some tombs at some point in your gaming history. Why is Croft risking her life yet again, though? It's just a cinematic trailer though, so it doesn't really give all that much information on what this Tomb Raider game will actually be like.

Unfortunately, the teaser trailer didn't provide many details. But what about you, would you want to play this game when it's available? Lara Croft as Tomb Raider is a popular character and boasts of some AAA titles by Square Enix only, some of the notable ones being Rise of the Tomb Raider and its sequel, Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

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