We are Getting Closer to Shadow of The Tomb Raider’s Release

We are Getting Closer to Shadow of The Tomb Raider’s Release

There is only a few days left until Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s September 14th release (by pre-ordering the Croft Edition, you can play on the 12th). Let's take a look at the system requirements, exclusive Croft Edition pre-order outfits, and a new awesome addition, the Photographer Mode.

…For a start here is the launch trailer:


If you pre-ordered SOTTR on Steam you can start pre-loading the game now, so you don't have to wait hours and hours on the release day. Here are the system requirements to help you find out if you can run the game smoothly:

Minimum: Recommended:
OS: Windows 7 64bit
Processor: Intel Core i3-2200 or AMD equivalent
Memory: 8GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 / AMD HD 7770
DirectX: 11
Hard Drive: 40GB HD space
Other: internet connection
OS: Windows 10 64bit
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K 3.4GHz /
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.20GHz
Memory: 16GB
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1060 (6GB) /
AMD Radeon RX 480 (8GB)
DirectX: 12
Hard Drive: 40GB HD space
Controller: Xbox controller
Other: internet connection


If you pre-ordered SOTTR's Croft Edition for any platform, which will be available on September 12th, you will get three exclusive outfits (and let's hope that everyone will have an access to them later on):

Robes of Puka Huk

The robes of a renowned herbalist, Puka Huk is rumored to be able to step between worlds.
Wearing them increases the amount of harvested animal resources and health regeneration.
The outfit is also paired with Puka Huk's bow.
(Comes with Deluxe Edition pre-order as well!)


A green twill oxford and beige canvas pants, the outfit increases the amount of harvested natural resources and experience gained from hunting.
It is paired with a side-by-side, break action shotgun.

Tactical Adventurer

A black variation of Lara's primary ensemble.
Wearing it increases the amount of ammo crafted and grants more experience for stealth kills.

The outfit is paired with the K&H KAP, a comfortable, reliable pistol to get Lara through tough times.


Finally there is an official Photographer Mode built in the game this time, so you can take screenshots with a lot more interesting options now:

  • Camera: Field of View & Camera Roll
  • Depth of Field: Distance & Intensity
  • Picture: Brightness & Saturation
  • Filters: Eight filters with adjustable intensity
  • Borders: Seven borders including letterboxing & polaroid ratios
  • Logos: Add a SOTTR logo to one of nine pre-defined spots
  • Expressions: Change Lara's facial expression to happy, sad, sly, surprised, angry, and more!

Shadow of the Tomb Raider's Photo Mode

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