Amazon Games Will Publish New Tomb Raider Game Based On Unreal Engine 5

Amazon Games To Publish Next Tomb Raider Game On Multiple Platforms!

Amazon Games announced that it would be the publisher in charge of publishing the next Tomb Raider game developed by Crystal Dynamics, which Embracer Group acquired in May of this year.

The new game will be available for multiple platforms globally and promises to be “the largest and most expensive Tomb Raider game to date.

First announced in April, the new Tomb Raider game is being built on Unreal Engine 5. It aims to “push the boundaries of fidelity and deliver the high-quality cinematic action/adventure experience fans deserve,” according to Tomb Raider franchise general manager Dallas Dickinson.

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