They are missing now few weeks at the exit of Shadow of the Tomb Raiderthat we had opportunity to try recently at the Square Enix booth at Gamescom. Fortunately there is always new content to help us to deceive the wait, starting with our interview with the game director and the producer di Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which you can read in a few days. In addition, Square Enix has released a new trailer on the gameplay of the game.
The trailer is short-lived, but shows several interesting elements. In the window there are Lara's abilities, starting from skill tree of considerable dimensions, to which we will be able to enter in moments of rest in the camp. The skills are divided into three groups, and the trailer focuses on the scavenging, From preparation of poisonous traps to the ability to infer the presence of animals or resources thanks to the senses of Lara. Developing these and other skills will be essential in what it is intended to be the toughest game of franchise in terms of difficulty. The trailer is available below in its entirety.
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