Square Enix confirms new Tomb Raider in development

Square Enix confirms new Tomb Raider in development

Square Enix confirms new Tomb Raider in development

Well, sort of. Square Enix has confirmed today that a new Tomb Raider is in-development through a very informal method: social media. That's pretty much the extent of it though.

They say they are "Putting their fans first" and there won't be a big gap between the game being announced and everyone being able to play it. Of course, just because Square Enix is playing coy doesn't mean we don't have some insight about the title. Honestly, we wish we could share it with you right now, but we're taking a new approach this time around.

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It's unclear whether that new approach refers to the announcement itself or the nature of the game, but we'll find out sometime next year.

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While details are obviously vague at this time on the next title in the series, presumably it will be a continuation of the current series that started with 2013's Tomb Raider reboot and its sequel, 2015's Rise of the Tomb Raider.

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