Crystal Dynamics has revealed that three classic Lara Croft adventures will be getting remastered on modern platforms: Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider II, and Tomb Raider III. The games will all be releasing on February 14, 2024 as part of a collection appropriately titled Tomb Raider I, II, III Remastered. The collection was revealed during today’s Nintendo Direct, but in addition to a Nintendo Switch release, the games will also be coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and PC via Steam. Players will be able to toggle between the original graphics that appeared in the late ’90s, as well as newly remastered visuals.

A trailer for Tomb Raider I, II, III Remastered can be found in the Tweet embedded below.

In addition to remastered visuals, players can also expect to see all of the expansions and secret levels that were included in the original Tomb Raider games. The remaster is being handled by the team at Aspyr. For those unfamiliar with the developer, they have handled a number of similar remasters over the years. Notably, the studio has developed several Star Wars remasters, including Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Knights of the Old Republic, and Episode I: Racer.

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