The game is due out on January 28 in North America and January 31 in Europe.
According to Crystal Dynamics, the game isn’t simply an ‘up-rez’d’ version of the original release, but “pulled apart and rebuilt” with “obsessive detail and new technology.” The game will be native 1080p with TressFX hair rendering and “a next-gen Lara model.” It will include the following content:
- The fully rebuilt game for next-generation consoles
- The Tomb of the Lost Adventurer
- Eight DLC multiplayer maps
- Six DLC multiplayer weapons
- Four DLC multiplayer characters
- Six outfits for Lara
- Dark Horse digital comic book “Tomb Raider: The Beginning”
- Brady Games digital art book “Tomb Raider: The Art of Survival”
- “The Final Hours of Tomb Raider” documentary series
The Xbox One version will allow you to use Kinect to change weapons, attachments, and navigate the menu with your voice. You can also rotate and inspect relics with hand gestures, and find new viewpoints by leaning into the world.
The PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller will light up red and orange when using the torch, and flash quickly as Lara shoots.
Watch the debut trailer below.