Starting tomorrow, we will finally be able to discover the remaster of the Tomb Raider trilogy, but before that, let’s see what it looks like on Switch. Your turn to judge.
February 14, 2024, that is to say tomorrow, marks a big day for some players. It’s the return of Lara Croft in Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered. So yes, it’s not a brand new game, but it’s still a good surprise. On the menu, various and varied improvements, impacting both graphics and gameplay. Now, all that remains is to know which version you will choose to immerse yourself in the adventures of the explorer. Are you hesitant to opt for the one on Nintendo Switch? Maybe this new video will convince you.
Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered on Switch, this is what it looks like
As a reminder, in addition to the Big N console, the remaster will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. But then, what exactly is changing? We are not dealing with a total overhaul, but rather with alterations which will not necessarily distort the basic experience. Aspyr, which specializes in portages, spoke to us in particular about controls “much more fluid”. The gameplay therefore promises to be better on these Tomb Raider, but that’s not all. Graphically, we should be able to notice several changes.
In addition, we even learned that there will be a Photo mode at our disposal. The latter grants the possibility of freezing time to take a screenshot at any moment in the game. You can even access a selection of 8 facial expressions, and six different poses. Be careful, it won’t be as complete as other more modern productions, but that’s it. Regardless, we’re curious to see what this remaster of the first three Tomb Raider gives.