Tomb Raider reloaded the teaser trailer. Hopefully, more details will come to light as development progresses.
Square Enix haven't revealed any information about Tomb Raider Reloaded outside of what we see in the trailer.
It's been two years since Lara Croft's latest video game was released - developer Eid Dos-Montreal's Tomb Raider's deadly trilogy Keeper Shadow - and finally, Square Enix is reloading next year's Tomb Raider in the form of Lara's long-overdue return.
Square Enix Teases Tomb Raider Reloaded on Mobile
Lara Croft's adventures have brought her over to mobile platforms in the past, and they've been pretty splendid experiences, but games like Lara Craft GO have been more methodical experiences. From the looks of it, the game seems to be an action adventure one only. It's now in development under Emerald City Games in cooperation with the Square Enix London mobile team, and it's slated to arrive sometime in 2021. Here is the official teaser trailer. You may be willing to meet your expectations immediately, but given that it is a free-to-play mobile game.
Perhaps Reloaded marks the start of Square Enix's Tomb Raider birthday celebrations?
The only other solid piece of information we have is the game's art style which... different. Of course, we also catch a brief glimpse of Lara Croft herself, who - along with the enemies - looks a little bit like a figurine brought to life, in my opinion at least. The only indication it gives is that it is going to be populated with characters in 3D cartoon skins, Lara Croft included. But far from being a graphically intense, and generally tense high-resolution thriller like the last couple of console titles, this is a free-to-play game for smartphones.