Tomb Raider Reloaded is a new mobile adventure featuring the legendary main heroine Lara Croft that will be released shortly. When it arrives on February 14, fans can expect to enter into a unique roguelike experience loaded with all the greatest aspects of the Tomb Raider franchise as well as some new twists and gameplay to love. Those who are excited to play this new game may question whether there are any additional incentives available or how they can pre-register so they are ready when the game begins. You may, however, pre-register, and this tutorial will walk you through the procedure so that you can jump into this new adventure as soon as it is released.
How to Pre-Order Tomb Raider Reloaded
Tomb Raider Reloaded pre-registration is simple and will only take a few minutes. Android users may sign up for pre-registration in the Google Play Store, which will alert you and install the game when it becomes available. When the game is released, pre-registered gamers will also receive a golden version of Lara’s trademark twin pistols. iOS users may now sign up for game release notifications on the official website. It is unknown whether iOS users will also receive the golden dual pistol bonus.
Tomb Raider Reloaded is a new mobile game starring Lara Croft that will be the franchise’s first step into the roguelike genre with all of the trappings that make the series famous. In this top-down adventure, players will navigate procedurally generated rooms inspired by iconic places from the franchise, such as the Lost Valley and St. Francis Folly. As they strive to get the scion artifact, players will be clearing through tombs teeming with new and familiar adversaries, dodging traps, and solving riddles.
The game will also have permanent improvements that you may acquire and unlock, such as craftable weapons, runes to boost attributes, XP modifiers, and a slew of Lara costumes from previous games. As an added bonus, Keeley Hawes, who has previously voiced Lara Croft in Tomb Raider titles such as Anniversary and Underworld, will reprise her role as Lara Croft for the game. This isn’t the only project featuring the treasure hunter in the works; we already know that Amazon will publish the next mainstream game in the series, which is now in production at Crystal Dynamics and will be a sequel to 2018’s Shadow of the Tomb Raider.