Rise of the Tomb Raider – 3 Low-Res In-Game Images Leak Ahead of E3
GamerCenterOnline have obtained three low-resolution for Rise of the Tomb Raider, which can be viewed below:
Rise of the Tomb Raider is scheduled to arrive in Winter 2015 exclusively on Xbox platforms. While there have been some doubts as to whether the title will be coming to the Xbox 360, due to some listings including only the Xbox One version, as far as we know Rise of the Tomb Raider is still coming to both Xbox platforms.
Amazon unintentionally leaked the release date of Rise of the Tomb Raider which according to the retailer is listed for November 13.
Xbox One is clearly leading the way in exclusives with Halo 5: Guardians, Forza Motorsport 6 and The Rise of The Tomb Raider. Even more exclusives are on the way, as Graeme Boyd, social marketing manager at Xbox, has revealed in an interview with gamer2gamerevolved that there are more exclusives besides the ones that are already announced.
Boyd admitted that Halo 5 is hugely important to Microsoft but there’s much more besides Fable Legends, Quantum Break and Rise of The Tomb Raider.
“Absolutely. As you can imagine, Halo is a huge deal for us at Xbox and I can’t wait to see where Master Chief’s story is going in Halo 5. If you’ve been following the #HuntTheTruth stuff there’s some really interesting stuff going down, and I think we’ll really need to question our understanding of Chief as a character and the relationship we’ve all had with him over the last 15 years.
“I think the new direction 343 are taking there feels fresh and new and exciting but still distinctly Halo, so I’m really excited to see and play more of that.”
“But the most exciting thing for me is that Halo 5 is just one exclusive Xbox One title still to come. We’ve also got Forza 6 on the horizon, Fable Legends, Quantum Break, and lots more to come – and don’t forget that Xbox One is the only place you can play the new Tomb Raider this year. That – plus all the big third-party titles – means it’s a brilliant time to be an Xbox gamer.”
Microsoft’s E3 press conference gets underway at 5:30pm on June 15, with the show beginning one day later on June 16. We will bring you any new information from Microsoft and E3 2015 as soon as it becomes available.