NVIDIA recently recommended a GTX 970 for Rise of the Tomb Raider, but what does that give you?
It’s a good thing NVIDA are only bundling Rise of the Tomb Raider with their GTX 970 cards and upwards because they don’t recommend anything slower.
Not that you need a reason to purchase one of these splendid GeForce GTX cards, but NVIDIA’s giving you one anyway.
And we can finally confirm it’s late January release date, courtesy of Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics.
Little else is mentioned on the Steam page, which means no hardware requirements for the moment.
Lara makes her leap to PC earlier than you may think.
Fallout 4 vs. Rise of the Tomb Raider. Who will win?
See how Lara tackles the wilderness in the latest Rise of the Tomb Raider trailer.
No seriously, we did a lot of climbing.
Lara Croft is back in her biggest adventure to date, and Rise of the Tomb Raider is looking really good.
But it’s coming to PC a lot sooner.
Rise of the Tomb Raider has us pretty excited, and this is why.
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition is being put through the ringer – does PS4 or Xbox One come out on top?
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition definitely runs at 60FPS on PS4, but no official word on Xbox One performance is suspect
Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft has changed a lot over the years – here it’s all laid bare
A Tomb Raider reboot sequel was always going to happen, despite the first game only recently earning a profit.
Does the next-gen console version of Tomb Raider look any better than the PC version?
We check out how Lara Croft has aged over the years
AMD’s TressFX allows for real-time bad hair days
MyGaming wraps up the pre-order prices for Tomb Raider