Friday, April 16, 2021

Tomb Raider 25th Anniversary crossovers announced for Final Fantasy, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, and Fortnite

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The celebration of Tomb Raider’s 25th anniversary is underway and there is a ton of content for fans and newcomers to get their hands on and experience. In addition to Definitive Survivors Trilogy, Recipe book, and announcements of “The Lost Valley” statues during the Square Enix Presents showcase, Tomb Raider crossovers were also revealed. The three games that receive Tomb Raider content include Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius: War of the Visions, and Fortnite (Creative).

Details regarding exactly how the action-adventure franchise will fit in with Breakpoint and Final Fantasy are still unknown. Based on previous Ghost Recon content, this could potentially be an opportunity for players to navigate the open world alongside Lara. Or maybe fan favorite graves will be explorable; Only time will tell. The Final Fantasy crossover is perhaps the most mysterious of the three; who knows how Lara (or any other popular Tomb Raider character) will perform in the fantasy world of Square Enix’s most beloved franchise.

Fortnite, of course, is well known for its myriad of crossovers. Earlier this week, Epic Games announced that Fortnite Season 6 present a single player experience, three Lara Croft skins and wild animals. The new cross between Tomb Raider and Fortnite, however, comes to the latter’s creative mode; the Croft Manor will be a fully explorable arena.

While waiting for the next Tomb Raider crossovers, keep an eye out for content surrounding other Square Enix titles like The last chapter of Life Is Strange and The exciting arrival of Black Panther to the Marvel Avengers. Are you excited about Tomb Raider crossovers? What do you think the content will look like? Let us know in the comments below.

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