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Tomb Raider Remastered trilogy release date, trailers, and features

We have all the information you could need on the Tomb Raider Remastered trilogy here, including the release date, trailers, and new features.

Tomb Raider remastered trilogy: a woman wearing a blue tank top and shorts raids a tomb.

When was the Tomb Raider Remastered release date? There have been so many iterations of Lara Croft over the years, but perhaps none are more iconic than the original. The savagely angular face, the tank controls, and the… dinosaurs? Well, it’s time to don your favorite adventuring shorts, grab both of your favorite pistols and get ready to raid some tombs.

The Tomb Raider series walks a fine line between being some of the best adventure games of all time and surprisingly robust puzzle games, as well as some platforming elements. It’s because of this that Lara Croft has stayed relevant over the decades, and it’s the perfect time to get your hands on the Tomb Raider Remastered trilogy now that it’s finally out.

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Tomb Raider Remastered release date

The Tomb Raider Remastered trilogy was released on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. This release date was initially announced during the Nintendo Direct in September 2023.

It’s available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.

The Tomb Raider Remastered trilogy includes the following games:

  • Tomb Raider I + The Unfinished Business Expansion
  • Tomb Raider II + The Gold Mask Expansion
  • Tomb Raider III + The Lost Artifact Expansion

Tomb Raider Remastered trailer

The announcement trailer showcases all three Tomb Raider games that are included in the collection, along with the impressive graphical overhaul. Players can switch between the original and remastered visuals at the touch of a button, to see just how far the game has come since the heady days of 1996.

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The trailer also gave us a glimpse at the secret levels included in the Remastered trilogy, and the return of some of Lara’s more famous adversaries. Relive encounters like facing off against the mysterious swordsman, and the aforementioned dinosaur — a T-Rex, if we’re not mistaken.

Tomb Raider Remastered features

As well as giving the original Tomb Raider games a much-needed facelift, developer Aspyr has also implemented a series of additional features and settings to further enhance the experience of players old and new. These are:

  • Tank controls: While you can take advantage of the new control method, the old tank controls are there for players who want a truly authentic old-school Tomb Raider experience.
  • Boss health bars: Knowing how far you are into a boss fight is taken for granted these days, but back when Tomb Raider was released, you just had to persevere until one of you dropped. An aim with the remaster was to keep everything as minimalist as it once was, but we’d agree that including boss health bars is a solid choice.
  • Achievements: Over 200 achievements have been added to the Tomb Raider Remastered collection, including, you guessed it, one for locking the butler in the freezer.
  • Photo mode: What better way to show off the fancy new visuals than with a dedicated photo mode. Now you’ll be able to share your experiences with the world.

Now that the Tomb Raider Remastered trilogy is finally out, you can get a taste of that classic ’90s gaming nostalgia with the Croft legend herself. Once the credits roll on her adventures, check out some of the best platform games to fire up afterwards. We’ve also got a collection of the best action-adventure games if you’re all limbered up and ready to take on another T-Rex.