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‘Shadow of the Tomb Raider’ – Concept Art and Screenshots (April 2018)

An archive of the 'Shadow of the Tomb Raider' screenshots and concept art released in April 2018

Shortly after the release of the “End of the Beginning” reveal trailer on April 27, Square Enix, Eidos Montréal, and Crystal Dynamics released a number of brand new screenshots and concept art for Lara Croft’s upcoming adventure, Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Here is an overview of the official screenshots and concept art released in April 2018.


Lara Croft takes in the sights and sounds of Mexico in her latest video game outing, exploring Maya ruins, gate-crashing parties, and triggering the occasional apocalypse.

Concept Art

These first few pieces of concept art give fans a glimpse of what they can expect in the upcoming game: rock climbing, ancient Maya ruins, catastrophic floods, and a celebration of the Mexican holiday, “Day of the Dead”.

And although it isn’t technically concept art, this list would be incomplete without this breathtaking artwork by Tomb Raider veteran comic artist Andy Park.

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'Shadow of the Tomb Raider' art by Andy Park

Shadow of the Tomb Raider art by Andy Park

All images are property of Square Enix, Eidos Montréal, and Crystal Dynamics.

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