• Mystery Man

The Image Depicts Lara Croft's Evolution Throughout The Course Of 20 Tomb Raider Games

A picture depicts how Lara Croft's model has evolved throughout the duration of the legendary Tomb Raider franchise's 20-year run.

Lara Croft from Tomb Raider is one of the most recognizable video game heroines, and this illustration displays how her form has developed over the franchise's titles. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the most recent AAA game in the Tomb Raider series, published in 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.


Shadow of the Tomb Raider had lower review scores than the two games that came before it, with much of the accolades going to the tombs and riddles. Following its first release, Square Enix took a vacation from the franchise while their western studios worked on Marvel's Avengers and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. Now, one Tomb Raider fan has shared a photograph showing Lara's numerous models over the game's 20-year history.

Related:
Far Cry 6 To Get Game Of The Year Edition With New Expansion?

CouchPotatoFamine, a Reddit user, posted a graphic depicting how Lara Croft's model has altered over the Tomb Raider series. Because the image layers all of the faces on top of one another, it does not reveal all of the characteristics of the individual character models. The face, neck, and hair are still visible, allowing enthusiasts to make some fascinating comparisons.


Aside from the increased detail, users will see how Lara's hairdo has altered throughout the years. Some fans believe that the fifth Lara Croft model is the most attractive, while others point out the awkward-looking third version of her face. Players have also commented on how Lara looks to become dirtier as the series progresses, with the final model sporting more intricate grime on her face.

One fan recalls being blown away by the animated ponytail in the first edition, and another user expresses their belief that video game visuals will never improve after witnessing a mirror reflection in Max Payne 2. Many gamers agree that the first few models resemble dolls, while opinions on the rest appear to be mixed. In a $300 million deal that also includes Eidos and Square Enix Montreal, Square Enix recently sold Crystal Dynamics and the Tomb Raider series to Embracer Group. Following its confirmation, Crystal Dynamics confirmed that the new Tomb Raider game is presently in production. It's being constructed in Unreal Engine 5, however, it's still in the early stages.


Source: CouchPotatoFamine

4 views0 comments